Just north of the city of San Fernando, the Brian Lara Cricket Academy is the first state-of-the-art cricket training facility constructed by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Team Results. 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With the advent of a new title sponsor for the West Indies domestic 50 over competition, Trinidad and Tobago was chosen as the venue for all matches for a three-year period from 2014 to 2016[72] and the ground has hosted these matches. [16] On this tour India were victorious, the first time they had ever been so against the West Indies in the Caribbean. The Brian Lara Stadium was planned to host the warm-up matches for the 2007 World Cup, but these plans were foiled due to the delays in construction of this billion dollar arena. Plans are ongoing for Cricket West Indies’ Regional Four-Day season to be played in Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago from April. Brian Lara Cricket Academy is situated 2½ … [16] Pakistan came in 1957, followed by England two years later. The home team won by 137 runs. [66] In 2010 due to the arrest of Christopher "Dudus" Coke and subsequent social unrest and deteriorating security situation in Kingston, Jamaica the 1st South Africa/West Indies test match that was initially allotted to Sabina Park was relocated to Trinidad.[67]. [16], The outbreak of World War II halted Test cricket at the ground after this 1935 tour, however domestic cricket continued. [20] Between the Tests, the ground had also hosted several of the first-class matches of the tour, as well as continuing to host matches of the Inter-Colonial Tournament, including the 1935 and 1937 finals. They also contributed to the growth of cricket on the island, for trial matches were held on weekends while a tour was in progress, and local talent was invited to play. A bird's eye view of the Brian Lara Stadium - one of the two grounds on which CPL 2020 will take place, The groundstaff clear water from the covers ahead of CPL 2020's opening match, Brian Lara Stadium continues to attract flak, View the full index of related articles », Readers recommend - Curated tweets by ESPNcricinfo. [65], Test matches were not allocated to the ground for 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017 which prompted a reaction from Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association President Azim Bassarath, who stated that "we in T&T need to have Test matches here so that our young and developing players can get a taste of the best form of the game.". [16], The West Indian's had begun to experience difficulties in the final years of the 1960s. [16] These became more and more frequent in the first decade of the 20th century, along with more tour games against the invitational XIs of Richard Bennett and Lord Brackley. [21] In 1952, the original pavilion was replaced with a two-tier structure as part of an extensive renovation of the ground. [41] Further success came in 1978 when two Tests against Australia at the ground both saw heavy West Indian victories. The stadium is used by the local football team and has the capacity for 10,000 people. [22] Everton Weekes scored 206 of the runs, the second of two double centuries scored by him at the Oval, following a knock of 207 during the aforementioned tour by India. England under Colin Cowdrey returned in January 1968 – and during this match at the Queen's Park Oval a generous declaration by Gary Sobers allowed England to win and level the series—followed by India in 1971. This time the West Indies recorded its first Test match victory at the ground, defeating Bob Wyatt's England by 217 runs. [33] The bowling analysis of 9/95 by West Indian Jack Noreiga was also made during the same tour and remains the best bowling analysis at the Queen's Park Oval. Name City Clubs Capacity; Hasely Crawford Stadium: Port of Spain Defence Force, Police FC, San Juan Jabloteh 23 000 Other. The Dwight Yorke Stadium, located in Bacolet, Scarborough, Tobago, (Trinidad and Tobago), is named after former Aston Villa, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Sydney, Sunderland and Trinidad and Tobago footballer Dwight Yorke. Advertisement. [25] Wisden called the match one of "most dramatic Test matches for many years" and labelled the disorder "unfortunate" and "remarkable", remarking that the situation "became so bad that a riot developed. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies. With centuries from Bruce Laird and Greg Chappell, the Australian WSC team secured victory. During the first decades of the 20th century, the private Queen's Park Oval was a very exclusive cricket ground and club. On 17 May 1954, the Oval then hosted England once more and the home team scored 681/8d, which remains the highest team score at the ground. [59] The West Indies also suffered at the hands of South Africa during ODI matches played at the ground.[39]. He topped the Test batting rankings on several occasions and holds several cricketing records, including the record for the highest individual score in first-class "[26] Officials of the ground and the West Indies team had to apologise to the MCC, as had the Governor of Trinidad, Eric Williams and Learie Constantine. [70][71] The ground hosted another Twenty20 International against Zimbabwe in February 2010 and against India in 2011. [59] In 2012 the pitch was described by the media during the Australian tour as "slightly damp, tacky appearance" after rain, and then "tinder-dry. The formation of the Caribbean Premier League has given the QPO a new tenant - The Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel[73] and the ground has hosted Red Steel league matches in each of the three seasons as well as the semifinals and finals of the 2013 and 2015 editions of the CPL. [23] This was the final match played on the clay surface with matting laid on top. [46] The first One-Day International at the ground took place between India and the West Indies in March 1983, with the hosts taking a comfortable victory. However, across the series they were victorious 2–1 in what Wisden called the "series for the unofficial championship of the world. [30] Australia returned to the ground in 1965 for the Second and Fifth Tests of the tour. Pakistan toured the West Indies in 1977, by which time the hosts were becoming a major force in world cricket. Cricket West Indies (CWI) has ... first two ODIs slated for the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka. Two new stands at the Queen's Park Oval were constructed for the event. [16] The ground hosted the finals of the 1906 and 1910 Inter-Colonial Tournaments. [2] The first match recorded by CricketArchive, CricInfo and Wisden took place on 29 January 1897, between Lord Hawke's touring party and a team put out by the Queen's Park Oval Club. The Queen's Park Oval is a sports stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, used mostly for cricket matches. 2007 CRICKET WORLD CUP The 2007 Cricket World Cup was hosted by the West Indies from March 13 to April 28, 2007. By Romario Samaroo January 9, 2021 ... Cricket West Indies; Grounds / Guyana National Stadium, Providence. [28] India returned to the West Indies 1961 and played two further Tests at the Oval. The Queen's Park Oval is a sports stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, used mostly for cricket matches. It was defeated by Australia in a 1994–95 series, the Third Test of which was played at the Queen's Park Oval,[50] as were two of the ODI matches. For the 2016 CPL season the QPO will host home matches for the Trinbago Knight Riders who replaced the Red Steel in the tournament when the ownership changed. [37][38] Their victory in the second involved a record 406-run fourth innings to chase the West Indies total down.[2]. The West Indies were chosen as hosts for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, with the Queen's Park Oval selected as one of the venues. [29], The Beaumont Cup competition was held at the Queen's Park Oval from 1958 onwards, and from 1964 the Regional Four Day Competition also began, with the ground hosting Trinidad home games for both competitions. The Brian Lara Cricket Academy is a multi-purpose stadium in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago, that was completed and inaugurated in 2017. [16], Following a return by Pakistan in 1992, England toured the West Indies over the winter of 1993–94. The Trinidad and Tobago cricket team play most of their home matches at the ground,[2] and it is the home ground of the Caribbean Premier League team Trinbago Knight Riders. A score of 681/8d in 1954, and double-centuries by Everton Weekes in consecutive series during that same year, prompted the laying of a turf wicket in 1955 in an attempt to balance batting and bowling. These matches included a score of 413/5 by India against Bermuda on March 19, which remains the highest total made in an ODI at the Queen's Park Oval. 720 – 1972/73 season", "West Indies v India India in New Zealand and West Indies 1975/76 (2nd Test)", "West Indies v India India in New Zealand and West Indies 1975/76 (3rd Test)", "List-A Matches Played At The Queen's Park Oval", "Which was the most dominant Test side ever? The match was the first between the West Indies and the MCC to have taken place at the Queen's Park Oval. Mumbai Indians vs Trinidad and Tobago, 2nd Semi-Final . [39] The West Indies dropped to eighth in the Test rankings, with another heavy loss at the Queen's Park Oval against England in 2004,[58] amid complaints about the quality of the pitch from England players. Find information on stadiums in Trinidad and Tobago as well as 790 stadiums in North America, 2151 stadiums in the World. It has hosted more Test matches than any other ground in the Caribbean with 60 as of January 2018, and also hosted a number of One-Day International (ODI) matches, including many World Series Cricket games in 1979 and matches of the 2007 Cricket World Cup. Constructed for the under 17s World Cup in 2001, held in Trinidad and Tobago, Architen Landrell fought hard to win the contract for the Grandstand canopy. The Brian Lara Cricket Academy is a multi-purpose stadium in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago, that was completed and inaugurated in 2017. [11] Arthur Priestley's touring eleven then played a Queen's Park XI on February 12, with the game drawn.[12]. From then on greater effort was made to prepare turf wickets in an attempt to balance batting and bowling at the Oval. "[62] The ground has a crowd capacity of around 18,000 and day/night cricket is supported by the presence of floodlights, hosted on 6 towers around the ground. [51] The West Indian captain during the match, Brian Lara, went on to be the leading run scorer at the Queen's Park Oval in ODI matches, as well as hold record for the highest score made there. [43] With World Series Cricket (WSC) commencing a West Indies tour in 1979, the third "Supertest" was held at the Queen's Park Oval. [63] None of the final stage games were played at the ground, with the Super Eight stages all being played at either the Providence Stadium or the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. [24] However, the Queen's Park Oval clay surface was disproportionately suited to batting. Meanwhile, in domestic cricket, the Beaumont Cup had been renamed the Texaco Cup, and both it and the Shell Shield continued to feature at the Queen's Park Oval. [49], By the late 1990s the West Indian team had begun to decline. Home Stadium Trinidad And Tobago Brian Lara Stadium. [75] Natural turf was used in the early years however Mole crickets caused too much damage on the original pitch which was laid directly onto the natural soil, so soon after the ground was purchased a pitch of clay was laid over a wicket made of coir matting. Next match schedules for Guyana National Stadium, Providence with news, scores and venue information. Cricket enthusiasts have been thrilled with approximately 100,000 sq. A sister stadium, the Union Park Stadium, stands in Marabella, only a short distance away. Privately owned by the Queen's Park Cricket Club, it is currently the largest capacity cricket ground in the West Indies with seating for about 20,000.[1]. [74], The pitch has two ends, the Pavilion End and Media Centre End. Then, on 20 February 1913, the MCC played a combined West Indies cricket team, who was playing one of its earliest matches as a representative eleven, and only its fourth against an MCC side. England drew with the West Indies—under Clyde Walcott—despite centuries from both West Indian openers. Manny Ramjohn Stadium is situated 1½ km northwest of Brian Lara Cricket Academy. [16] The first one-day cricket matches had begun in the West Indies, and the Queen's Park Oval hosted its inaugural Gillette Cup match between Trinidad and Tobago and the Windward Islands in February 1976. Since 2007 there has been six (6) test matches the most recent of which was the infamous washed out match held in August 2016 against India. The match, which was a draw but saw the ground's first century—119 by Plum Warner—was not counted as first-class. The ground was celebrated as "the only venue in the West Indies, and one of four in the world to host more than 50 Test matches and 51 ODIs" during a ceremony to open the new stands. While there was not much to celebrate in 2020 due to the impact of the Covi19 pandemic, Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board president Azim Bassarath … C. L. R. James records that "they were for the most part white and often wealthy" and that "a black man in the Queen's Park was rare and usually anonymous. "[60] An earthquake in late February that measured 5.1 on the Richter magnitude scale caused damaged to the fledgling stands. [32] Gavaskar would go on to make a total of four centuries at the ground, the most by any player. TRINIDAD and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) president Azim Bassarath has written to the Minister of Health, Terrance Deyalsingh seeking Government approval for … [68] In that period of time the ground did host its first Twenty20 International, against England as a one-off match. International cricket would not return to the ground until 1947 when the MCC returned and played Trinidad twice at the ground in the lead up to the first post-war Test at the Queen's Park Oval on 11 February 1948. Brian Lara Cricket Academy is situated 3 … Nevertheless, the new pavilion was unveiled in time for the matches. [2] A popular venue due to its capacity (7,000 when first constructed, the highest in the Caribbean) the ground was very profitable for the owning cricket club. ... JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi . [90], To the side of the Nelson Mandela Park which is closest to Serpentine Road are three (3) pieces of art which have been placed there by Digicel after the pieces were selected as the winning pieces of the competition launched to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the City of Port of Spain. As far back as 2001, the country was the destination of the FIFA Under-17 World Championship, for which it constructed four FIFA-standard stadiums — three in Trinidad and one in Tobago — with a total seating capacity of 37,500. These prints have been placed on the exterior the walls since around 1985 and display abstract works, cultural and nature inspired scenes. Read about Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Team latest Scores, News, Articles only on ESPNcricinfo.com. The ground hosts domestic First Class, List A and T20 matches,[16][39] of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force National Team. [34] Labour shortages hampered the efforts of the construction workers. Download Images Watch Videos Online With a swimming complex, state of the art gymnasium, cricket training facility and academy, and so much more, this stadium was well worth the wait. The crowd began to throw bottles onto the pitch, some ran on to the field, and general disorder spread until the game had to be halted. [62] Once the tournament had gotten underway, several Group B matches were played at the Queen's Park Oval between teams such as Bermuda, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The teams met March 25 at the Queen's Park Oval and England were reduced to 46 all-out by Curtly Ambrose. Champions League T20 2013. [16] The score of 220 made by Indian Sunil Gavaskar at the Queen's Park Oval during the Test match there remains the highest score made by any player at the ground. New Zealand returned that winter, followed by an Australian tour over the winter of 1972–73. According to a CricInfo review of the new ground on the eve of the World Cup, it featured a "library and museum space on the ground floor, as well as a top class health, spa, gymnasium and restaurant facilities, and an entertainment centre with satellite TV and other comforts. A multi-purpose stadium and world class cricket venue. The latter saw a heavy West Indian defeat. [17] Harry Ince scored 167 in the West Indian first innings, Richard Ollivierre took a five-wicket haul and Joseph Rogers took a six-for as the MCC slid to a heavy defeat. In 1911 and in 1913 the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) toured the West Indies, with four matches played in total between the MCC and Trinidad at the Queen's Park Oval across both tours. Trinidad and Tobago National stadium is used mostly for cricket matches. No Twenty20 Internationals has been played since. For the next decade the team would win 40 and lose only six Tests. Matches were played at Sabina Park: Jamaica, Warner Park Stadium: St. Kitts and Nevis, Beausejoun Stadium: St. Lucia, and Queen’s Park Oval: Trinidad and Tobago. In preparation for the 2007 World Cup there were significant renovations that took place at the Oval with the provision of several new facilities and buildings, as well as upgrades to existing infrastructure. [42] A six-wicket-haul by Vanburn Holder in the Fourth Test of the series, also at the Queen's Park Oval, ensured another West Indian victory. The cricket field has also been used to host several domestic and international football matches, and several music events. These, however, suffered drawbacks. Next match schedules for Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba with news, scores and venue information ... Brian Lara Stadium, Tarouba. Privately owned by the Queen's Park Cricket Club, it is currently the largest capacity cricket ground in the West Indies with seating for about 20,000. City: Tarouba, Trinidad (Trinidad And Tobago) ... Future Cricket Schedules and other information may change and we are constantly reviewing everything to avoid errors but we can not take responsibility regarding correctness of all content. The Media Centre End was renamed in 2011 to the Willie Rodriguez End in honour of the former Queen's Park and Trinidad and Tobago player. Match Details. The following is a list of TT Pro League stadiums that have hosted a TT Pro League match since its inception in 1999.The Pro League serves as Trinidad and Tobago's highest level of association football and the annual league tournament has hosted matches in sixteen football stadiums. [16], On 1 February 1930, the Queen's Park Oval hosted its first Test match. The Brian Lara Cricket Academy is a multi-purpose stadium in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago, that was completed and inaugurated in 2017. In the years following the 2007 World Cup the Queen's Park Oval has had a sporadic allotment of ODIs, with no matches being played there in 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016. The Brian Lara tarouba trinidad Cricket Academy is a multi-purpose stadium in Tarouba, Trinidad, and Tobago that was recently completed. The inaugural round of Pro League matches took place on 31 March 1999 with four clubs hosting the opening fixtures. Considered by many players, journalists and critics as one of the most picturesque cricket venues,[2][3][4][5] the ground first hosted a Test match in February 1930 when England toured the Caribbean, though it had previously hosted many first class tours as early as the 1897 tour under Lord Hawke. Initially the International Cricket Council expressed concerns that the ground would not be ready in time, with Development Director Don Lockerbie stating that "the ante had to be upped. [16] The decade ended with tours by Pakistan and India, mixed with matches from the now entitled Red Stripe Cup, the new name for the West Indian domestic first-class competition. The retirement of Ambrose and Courtney Walsh in 2001 further hampered West Indian efforts,[55] and they were defeated at the Queen's Park Oval by South Africa in March,[56] and India in August 2001. [47] Australia, New Zealand and England all visited the ground for Test and ODI games during 1985 and 1986, faring poorly. [40] The Second and Fourth Tests of the 1977 Pakistan tour were both at the Queen's Park Oval, and the West Indians comfortable took the former thanks to 8/29 by pacer Colin Croft, supported by Roberts and Joel Garner. [54] This, the opening Test of the series, set the tone for a five-nil whitewash of the host team by the visiting Australians. [39] Several of these games would be hosted at the ground each season. Renovation work commenced immediately to prepare the ground for the matches. 1939 represented the last year of the Inter-Colonial Tournament, and throughout the war years the Queen's Park Oval hosted several first-class games between Trinidad and either Barbados or British Guiana. Chasing 174 at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Stallions were on course for the win on 125 or four with Pakistani Shaoib Malik … [6][7] The "Concrete Stand" was renamed the "Learie Constantine Stand" in recognition of that former West Indies cricketer. No replacement has been constructed, significantly reducing the existing capacity of the stadium. [39] The ground hosted two Tests of the 1997–98 tour by England, the second of which in February saw the West Indies defeated by England. https://www.espncricinfo.com/westindies/content/ground/247418.html Batting in front of a 30,000-strong home crowd on the third day, the West Indies fell from 22 for no loss to 98/8. [8] The natural soil at the ground prevented turf wickets from being laid down, due to the damage caused by the mole crickets that inhabited it, so when the club moved to its new ground the groundsmen laid a pitch of clay with a wicket made of matting prepared on top. [15] In April 1899, Trinidad played a Barbados-based XI led by Arthur St. Hill, an early domestic West Indian fixture. "[24] It crumbled during matches, giving more help to spin bowlers. The first ODI match at the ground was played in March 1983, and the first Twenty20 International in 2009.[2]. The Queen's Park Oval Cricket Club leased the Queen's Park Oval in 1896, moving there from its first home at the Queen's Park Savannah, where it had existed since its founding in 1891. Though they played well against Australia on the 1972–73 tour, they lost 2:1. The Opening Ceremony of the 25th Anniversary of Special Olympics Trinidad and Tobago took place on Friday 4th May, 2007, at the National Stadium at about five forty-five in the afternoon. Following the end of the World Cup, the Queen's Park Oval has had a sporadic allotment of international cricket. [24] Later that year the ground hosted the second Test of an Australian tour. [16][18] Though cricket was largely interrupted by World War I, normal practice resumed with the ground hosting the Inter-Colonial Tournament finals in 1921, 1925 and 1929. it is currently the largest capacity cricket ground in the West Indies. [10] The two teams met at the Oval again on 5 February, when Trinidad were victorious once more. [35] The utilisation of aggressive fast bowlers such as Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson had inspired West Indian captain to bring into his team men of similar virtues. Stadiums in Trinidad and Tobago. Brian Lara Cricket Academy is situated 1 km east of Tarouba. 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