National Stadium Grenada T20 records

The National Stadium Grenada T20 records contains statistics and pitch reports on all T20 international matches played in Grenada as well as a list of previous T20 results at this ground and record high and low T20 scores as well as best performances by a batsman and bowler at The National Stadium Grenada.

The National Stadium in Grenada was formerly known as Queen’s Park and details from T20 games at that time are also included below.

While the National Stadium in Grenada has played host to international matches since 2002 including Tests and ODIs it has to date only seen a single T20 international game take place. However, the stadium is set to play host to 5 T20 internationals in 2021 to be played between hosts the West Indies and a touring South Africa side that has already won the 2 Test series between the teams with relative ease.

Stats and records last updated to include matches from 1 July 2021

Previous T20 results at The National Stadium Grenada

To date the West Indies have hosted one T20 match against Ireland in Grenada and 5 matches against South Africa in 2021 in preparation for the World Cup later this year. The venue is also yet to be used to host any games in the CPL so the amount of data on top level T20 cricket here is very limited.

TeamsGames PlayedWinsTies or N/RLosses
West Indies5203
South Africa4202
Ireland1100
Last 5 T20 matches at The National Stadium Grenada
TeamsYearToss1st innings2nd inningsResult
WI vs RSA2021RSA
field
WI
167/6
RSA
146/9
WI
21 runs
WI vs RSA2021WI
field
RSA
167/8
WI
166/7
RSA
1 run
WI vs RSA2021WI
field
RSA
166/7
WI
150/9
RSA
16 runs
WI vs RSA2021WI
field
RSA
160/7
WI
161/2
WI 8 wkts
30 balls
WI vs IRE2020IRE
bat
IRE
208/7
WI
204/7
IRE 4 runs
Wins batting first vs batting second
Batting firstBatting second
Wins41
Average first innings score and winning score at the National Stadium Grenada

Average first innings score: 174

Average first innings winning score: 177

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Highest score in a T20 match at the National Stadium Grenada

The highest score in a T20 match at the National Stadium Grenada was made by Ireland who struck a total of 208 in the first innings of the inaugural iT20 played at this venue.

Having won the toss and elected to bat first on a good pitch with short boundaries, Ireland knew that against a powerful West Indies batting line-up they’d need to score big and openers Paul Stirling and Kevin O’Brien didn’t disappoint with a blistering partnership of 154 from just 75 balls to lay the foundations for their impressive total.

The 93 runs that the pair scored in the powerplay was a record in all international T20 cricket as they smashed a relatively inexperienced West Indies new ball attack to all corners. Things might have been worse for the hosts had Dwayne Bravo and Hayden Walsh not slowed the scoring in the middle and death overs with Ireland only managing to score 52 runs from the last 7 overs.

Watch highlights of the highest score in a T20 international at the National Stadium Grenada

In reply West Indies fell just 4 runs short of Ireland’s total but in doing so recorded their best score at his venue.

Lowest score in a T20 match at the National Stadium Grenada

South Africa’s score of 146 for 9 is the lowest total recorded in an international T20 match at the National Stadium Grenada.

Having won the toss and elected to field, South Africa were set 168 to win but lost a couple of early wickets in the form of Reza Hendricks and captain Tema Bavuma. On a pitch that had proved difficult to score on once the ball was soft, South Africa were at about par when the fielding restrictions were ended but managed to lose wickets at regular intervals which checked their progress.

Star man Quinton de Kock played the only innings of any real substance but when he was dismissed at the start of the 18th over for 60 from 43 balls with the visitors still needing 42 runs from the final 3 overs then any lingering hopes South Africa may have had were extinguished.

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Top Score by a batsman in a T20 at the National Stadium Grenada

Paul Stirling’s rapid 95 from just 47 balls is the top score by a batsman in a T20 held in Grenada.

Stirling’s innings included 6 x 4s and 8 x 6s as he pulverised the West Indies attack during the powerplay scoring 67 runs from just 25 balls while the field restrictions were in play and alongside fellow opener Kevin O’Brien helping to set a new world record for highest powerplay score in a T20 international.

Highlights of the innings can be viewed above under the highest team score record.

Best bowling figures at the National Stadium Grenada

Dwayne Bravo’s 4 for 19 represents the best bowling figures in a T20 international at the National Stadium Grenada. His effort game against South Africa in the 4th game of a 5 match series at this venue.

Bravo clearly enjoyed the slower surfaces at the National Grenada Stadium and the fact that he was usually saved until the death where his variety of change up deliveries caused the South African batsmen plenty of problems.

In fact, in this match all 4 of his victims came from the 16th over onwards with 3 of the wickets falling to catches to Lindl Simmons in the circle including the prize scalp of Quinton de Kock who chased a wide slower ball from Bravo that he hit straight to Simmons at backward point, all but ending South Africa’s hopes of chasing their target.

Highlights of the best bowling figures in a T20 at the Grenada National Stadium can be viewed above.

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