Richie Benaud Oval is a ground based in the Parramatta Junior Rugby League District and is the home ground of the Parramatta Junior Eels.
The ground located on the corner of Castle St and Bellevue St in North Parramatta.
The ground is named after former Australian Test Cricket Captain and Channel 9 Cricket Commentator Richie Benaud, who represented Australia in 63 Test matches (28 as captain), was at one stage the leading wicket-taker for Australia in Test matches, scored two Test centuries with the bat and had a long career in the media post playing including leading Channel 9’s Cricket coverage.
Coming from the M4 exit at James Ruse Dr and turn right towards Rosehill. Head along James Ruse Dr exit at Pennant Hills Rd turning left, right onto either Bellevue St or Castle St.
Ground: Richie Benaud Oval
Location: North Parramatta
Address: Corner Castle St & Bellevue St, North Parramatta
Parking: Parking available along both Castle St & Bellevue St
Bankstown Bulls Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc.