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Last Updated: Wednesday, 31 January 2007, 14:19 GMT
World Cup venues - Grenada
Sabina Park in JamaicaSt Kitts and NevisSir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua Kensington Oval, BarbadosQueen's Park, GrenadaProvidence Stadium, GuyanaBeausejour Cricket Ground, St LuciaQueen's Park Oval, Trinidad

GRENADA:
QUEEN'S PARK

Queen's Park, which is part of the National Stadium complex, was only opened seven years ago but was badly damaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

It has been rebuilt with the help of funding from the Chinese government.

Before the damage, one Test and eight one-day internationals were played at the cricket stadium, which lies next to a football and athletics ground.

Super 8s matches will be staged at Queen's Park, which will have a capacity of 17,000 when reopened.

Local hero: The most capped of the three islanders to play for West Indies was wicket-keeper Junior Murray, who struggled to make a huge impression in 33 Tests and 55 one-dayers after following Jeffrey Dujon into the team.

SEE ALSO
Cricket World Cup - Antigua
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket
World Cup venues - Barbados
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket
World Cup venues - Guyana
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket
World Cup venues - Jamaica
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket
World Cup venues - St Kitts
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket
World Cup venues - St Lucia
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket
World Cup venues - Trinidad
31 Jan 07 |  Cricket


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