David Head reckons the 'Grey Ashes' could return to Pasterfield Sports Complex in the future following this week's debut at Cardiff-Boolaroo District Cricket Club's new home ground.
The Belmont-based Veterans Cricket Australia president feels the series, played between over 60's teams from Australia and England each year, may even find its way back to the venue down the track.
"Certainly," Head said when asked if he'd consider using the Cameron Park facility again following Thursday's 50-over fixture.
"Excellent day with ground, wicket and facilities.
"UK tourists and Australian players were most impressed."
Australia levelled the series at 1-all with a 22-run victory over England in game two.
The hosts made 4-212 with half-centuries to captain Mark Gaskell (54) and No.3 Greg Quinn (53), which featured a second-wicket partnership of 93.
Glenn Richardson (47 not out) and Peter Jensen (35 not out) combined for an unbroken stand of 81 after coming together at 4-131.
In reply England were restricted to 9-190 with Mick Kettle taking 4-31 from 10 overs, including four wickets in a row as the total went from 3-56 to 6-105.
The series decider takes place at Brisbane's Peter Burge Oval on December 8.
England won game one with nine balls to spare at Bowral's Bradman Oval last week.
The tourists play in Tamworth on Saturday.