Kew Green in Surrey was a venue for first-class cricket in the 1730s. It was used for the second in a tri-series of single wicket matches on Thursday, 4 June 1730 when a Kent team led by Edwin Stead played Brentford for a £50 stake. On Thursday, 27 July, the Whitehall Evening Post reported a "great cricket match" attended by the Prince of Wales. On Monday, 4 September 1732 it was the venue for London versus Middlesex. There are no records of senior matches there after 1732 but Kew Green is still used for junior cricket today as the home of Kew Cricket Club.
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