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5 Places to Watch Cricket in the Caribbean

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Here are five island stadiums where you can enjoy the architecture, surroundings, and fans, whether or not you know what wickets, bails, and creases are. —Emma John
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Factory Rd, St John's, Antigua and Barbuda
If you want to see an international match in Antigua, you’ll need to go to the modern Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium, named after one of the greatest West Indian cricketers of all time. But for a sense of how fans encourage the famous...
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94 Tragarete Rd, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
A historic West Indian cricket ground, Queen’s Park Oval has hosted the most multiple-day Test matches in the Caribbean, beginning with England’s first visit in 1930. Catch a match featuring the local QPCC Premier team or the Trinidad & Tobago Red...
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President Kennedy Dr, Bridgetown BB120004, Barbados
Remodeled in advance of the West Indies–hosted 2007 World Cup, this historic ground, established in 1882, holds more than 11,000 fans in four modernized grandstands. The lively atmosphere is legendary. By Emma John This appeared in the Jan/Feb...
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Queen's Park Road, St George's, Grenada
Home to local, regional, and national matches, the stadium, constructed in 1999, was badly damaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004. It has since been restored as a multisport facility with views of the surrounding hills and St. George’s Bay. By Emma...
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Situated near Rodney Bay, the 14-year-old stadium, with an undulating roofline, is one of the world’s most beautiful international cricket grounds—especially as a fiery sunset yields to night and floodlights illuminate the green field. By Emma...