National Cricket Stadium (Grenada)

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Grenada National Cricket Stadium
'The National Stadium'
Ground information
OwnerWest Indies Cricket Board
OperatorWindward Islands cricket team
TenantsWindward Islands cricket team
End names
River End
D'arbeau End
International information
First Test28 June – 02 July 2002:
 West Indies v  New Zealand
Last Test24–28 March 2022:
 West Indies v  England
First ODI14 April 1999:
 West Indies v  Australia
Last ODI12 January 2020:
 West Indies v  Ireland
First T20I15 January 2020:
 West Indies v  Ireland
Last T20I3 July 2021:
 West Indies v  South Africa
First WT20I29 October 2015:
 West Indies v  Pakistan
Last WT20I1 November 2015:
 West Indies v  Pakistan
Team information
Windward Islands cricket team (1999–present)
As of 24 March 2022
Source: Cricinfo

The National Cricket Stadium, is the name of a cricket stadium complex on River Road, Grenada in the Caribbean. A Grenada cricket team first appeared in West Indian cricket in 1887, against a touring Gentlemen of America team at the old Queen's Park. Ten years later the team was recorded playing against Lord Hawke's touring team. Although, unlike several matches during the tour, that match did not have first-class status. In 1899, G. A. de Freitas and William Mignon became the first Grenada cricketers to play first-class cricket.

The newly rebuilt Queen's Park Stadium became the 84th Test venue in 2002 when it hosted its first match between the West Indies and New Zealand. As of 18 August 2014, two test matches have taken place at the ground.[1] It was one of the locations for the 2007 Cricket World Cup.

After being rebuilt in 2000, the new complex was damaged in September 2004, as a result of Hurricane Ivan.

The oval is noted for being elongated towards the Pavilion end, giving a more baseball type look to the ground. The stadium was funded by the People's Republic of China.

List of Five Wicket Hauls[edit]


Four five wicket hauls in Test matches have been taken at the venue.[2]

No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Result
1 Shane Bond 28 June 2002  New Zealand  West Indies 2 30.1 104 5 3.44 Drawn
2 Kemar Roach 17 July 2009  West Indies  Bangladesh 2 23.5 48 6 2.01 Lost
3 Shakib Al Hasan 17 July 2009  Bangladesh  West Indies 3 24.5 70 5 2.81 Won
4 Darren Sammy 17 July 2009  West Indies  Bangladesh 4 16 55 5 3.43 Lost

One Day Internationals[edit]

Three five wicket hauls in One-Day Internationals have been taken at the venue.[3]

No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Result
1 Chris Gayle 1 June 2003  West Indies  Australia 1 10 46 5 4.60 Won
2 Dwayne Bravo 24 February 2013  West Indies  Zimbabwe 1 10 43 6 4.30 Won
3 Adil Rashid 27 February 2019  England  West Indies 2 10 85 5 8.50 Won

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Queen's Park: Test Matches". ESPN Cricinfo. 17 June 2011. Retrieved 17 June 2011.
  2. ^ "Statistics - Statsguru - Test Matches - Bowling Records". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 7 September 2019.
  3. ^ "Statistics - Statsguru - One-Day Internationals - Bowling Records". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 7 September 2019.

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Coordinates: 12°3′32.6″N 61°45′7.6″W / 12.059056°N 61.752111°W / 12.059056; -61.752111