Castle Avenue, Dublin
|Clontarf Cricket Club Ground|
|Location||Clontarf, Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|First ODI||21 May 1999:|
Bangladesh v West Indies
|Last ODI||24 May 2017:|
Bangladesh v New Zealand
|Only T20I||25 July 2015:|
Afghanistan v Oman
|First WODI||16 August 1990:|
Ireland v England
|Last WODI||13 June 2018:|
Ireland v New Zealand
|First WT20I||28 August 2012:|
Ireland v Bangladesh
|Last WT20I||29 August 2012:|
Bangladesh v Pakistan
|As of 24 May 2017|
Source: Castle Avenue, cricinfo
Location and dimensions
The ground lies near Clontarf Castle, and is home to Clontarf Cricket Club. The 50th anniversary of the first game played on the current cricket field was celebrated in 2008. It has a capacity of 3,200 spectators.
Clontarf is one of three One Day International (ODI) grounds in Ireland (the others being Stormont in Belfast and Malahide in Dublin), hosting its first ODI match on May 21st, 1999 as part of the 1999 Cricket World Cup when Bangladesh played the West Indies. Ireland played their first ODI at that venue in July 2007 against the West Indies as part of a quadrangular series.
There are four ODI centuries have been scored at the venue.
|1||116*||Gary Wilson||Ireland||113||Netherlands||16 August 2010||Won|
|2||122*||Mohammad Hafeez||Pakistan||113||Ireland||23 May 2013||Tied|
|3||103||Paul Stirling||Ireland||107||Pakistan||23 May 2013||Tied|
|4||116*||Ed Joyce||Ireland||132||Pakistan||26 May 2013||Lost|
- Clontarf Cricket Club
- "ICC announces schedule of ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015". International Cricket Council. Archived from the original on 18 May 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2015.
- "Bangladesh seek maiden away win against New Zealand". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 17 May 2017.
- "Statistics / Statsguru / One-Day Internationals / Batting records". Retrieved 28 December 2016.
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