Country Club, formerly known as the Interfin High Performance Academy is a cricket ground based in Harare.
It is also home to Country Club Karts an arrive and drive go-karting venture with a 440m long track. Open to the public on weekend afternoons, Country Club Karts also offer parties for children and adults, team-building and corporate days.
It has been the home ground to some powerful teams in the Zimbabwean domestic circuit, such as the Takashinga Cricket Club, the CFX Academy cricket team. It is also home to the Zimbabwe Cricket Academy, part of the infrastructure burned by Mark Vermeulen in 2006. So far, a total of 22 first class matches, 34 List A matches, and seven Twenty20 matches, have been played in this stadium.
- Famously, during the 2008-09 Faithwear Inter-Provincial One-Day Series when the stadium hosted some matches along with the Harare Sports Club, on the eve of Game 4, the highly anticipated clash between Easterns and Northerns the match was abandoned on citing poor state of the playing grounds. This led ZC to make an inquiry, but the results were never made available.
- Ground Page Cricinfo. Retrieved 1 January 2012
- Ground Page CricketArchive. Retrieved 1 January 2012
- Venues in Zimbabwe BRMTaylor. Retrieved 1 January 2012
- FIRST-CLASS MATCHES PLAYED ON COUNTRY CLUB, HARARE (22) CricketArchive. Retrieved 1 January 2012
- LIST A MATCHES PLAYED ON COUNTRY CLUB, HARARE (34) CricketArchive. Retrieved 1 January 2012
- TWENTY20 MATCHES PLAYED ON COUNTRY CLUB, HARARE (7) CricketArchive. Retrieved 1 January 2012
- Faithwear Inter-Provincial One-Day Series 2008-09 BRMTaylor. Retrieved 1 January 2012
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