Mindoo Phillip Park

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Mindoo Phillip Park is a multipurpose stadium located in Marchand, Castries, Saint Lucia.[1] It is a training and competition venue for cricket, football, rugby and track and field, among other sports. It was formerly a home venue for the Windward Islands cricket team.

First class cricket has not been played since 2001 due to the construction of Beausejour Stadium.[2] The ground hosted two One Day Internationals, in 1978 and 1984.[3] Both matches involved West Indies and Australia. On 12 April 1978, Australia beat West Indies by 2 wickets. On 19 April 1984, West Indies returned the favour, winning by 7 wickets.

The venue had previously been known as Victoria Park, but in 1979 it was renamed after Francis "Mindoo" Phillip, widely acclaimed as the island's greatest cricketer.


Coordinates: 14°00′14.81″N 60°59′04.51″W / 14.0041139°N 60.9845861°W / 14.0041139; -60.9845861