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St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury

  • CountryEngland
  • CityCanterbury
  • Capacity15000
  • Flooditno
  • Established-
  • EndsPavilion End and Nackington Road End

Established in 1847, it got its first international game when England played Kenya during the 1999 World Cup. Early in 2005, Canterbury lost its best feature - the famous lime tree situated just inside the boundary couldn’t fight the storm. A new tree was replanted by Colin Cowdrey on the same spot. But it is yet to grow a considerable amount before it reached its actual height. The striking feature of this stadium is that this ground was built around the tree for a capacity crowd of 15000.

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VENUE TRACKER

Matches
4
Home Team Wins
1
Away Team Wins
0
Wins batting 1st
2
Wins batting 2nd
2
No Results
0
Neutral Team Wins
3
Matches Tied
0
Most Prolific Batsman
Jacques Kallis
125
Runs
Most Prolific Bowler
Darren Gough
4
Wickets
Highest Innings Score
272/5
by South Africa on June 29, 2003 - South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 46 runs
Lowest Innings Score
Highest Score by an Individual
125*
by Jacques Kallis v Zimbabwe on June 29, 2003 - South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 46 runs
Best Bowling Figures by an Individual
4/34
by Darren Gough v Kenya on May 18, 1999 - England beat Kenya by 9 wickets
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