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ICC hands official warning to Durban, Port of Spain

Sep 8, 2016: The ICC has handed official warnings under its pitch and outfield monitoring process to Kingsmead in Durban and the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain

ESPNcricinfo staff

ICC news

Kingsmead and Queen's Park Oval outfields rated poor

Aug 24, 2016: The match referees of the Durban and Trinidad Tests, Andy Pycroft and Ranjan Madugalle respectively, have rated the two outfields for the matches as "poor"

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain, 4th day

Similar failings mar Tests at historical venues

Aug 22, 2016: The lack of play in Port-of-Spain and Durban over the last four days points to a disregard for common-sense scheduling and a failure to equip grounds to deal with bad weather

Karthik Krishnaswamy in Port of Spain

West Indies v India, 4th Test, Port of Spain

Threat of rain interruptions looms over Test

Aug 18, 2016: Rain washed out close to four sessions of the second Test, and an entire day's play in the third. It is likely to interrupt play, by all appearances frequently, in the fourth Test as well

Karthik Krishnaswamy

West Indies news

T&T disappointed at not hosting Tests

Dec 26, 2010: The chief of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association has expressed disappointment at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain not being allotted any Test matches for 2011

ESPNcricinfo staff

A volunteer's viewpoint

Crushing the essence of the Caribbean

Apr 5, 2007: Ian S Mohan, a teacher based in Trinidad, was one of many volunteers who are helping out at World Cup venues. He outlines his experiences during the first-round matches

World Cup venues unharmed

Earthquake shakes Antigua and Trinidad

Feb 27, 2007: Antigua and Trinidad, two countries that will be hosting World Cup matches next month, were jolted on Tuesday by an early-morning earthquake

AFP

President opens new building

Queen's Park Oval pavilion unveiled

Feb 8, 2007: When the World Cup bowls off in Trinidad on March 15, many will view the experience from the attractive, scenic new pavilion of the Queen's Park Oval

Queen's Park Oval behind schedule

ICC inspector concerned with progress in Trinidad

Feb 8, 2007: An ICC inspection has thrown up serious concerns over the progress of two new stands at Trinidad's Queen's Park Oval

ESPNcricinfo staff

Cricinfo audio - Post-match talk

Is the Chappell Way working?

May 29, 2006: Amit Varma and Anand Vasu discuss a resurgent West Indies, and whether the Indian team is headed in the right direction

ESPNcricinfo staff

Fourth ODI post-match talk on Cricinfo audio

The road to 2007

May 26, 2006: While West Indies have shown with this series win that they won't be pushovers in the World Cup, where did it go wrong for India? An analysis on Cricinfo audio

ESPNcricinfo staff

Cricket and more at the Queen's Park Oval

Time out for nostalgia

May 15, 2006: Fazeer Mohammad tells us why the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad is his one of his favourite grounds

Fazeer Mohammed

World Cup 2007

World Cup organisers confident of readiness

Dec 15, 2005: The Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 say they are on schedule

Mark Pouchet

West Indies v South Africa, 4th ODI, Trinidad

Prince and Kemp lift South Africa to another victory

May 14, 2005: West Indies v South Africa, 4th ODI, Trinidad

Jenny Thompson

West Indies v South Africa, 2nd Test, Trinidad, 5th day

Unplayable Ntini trounces West Indies

Apr 12, 2005: Makhaya Ntini recorded his best Test figures of 7 for 37, to complete a sensational 13-wicket match haul, as South Africa ripped through West Indies' resistance on the final day at Trinidad.

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

West Indies v South Africa, 2nd Test, Trinidad, 4th day

Sarwan and Bravo keep West Indies afloat

Apr 11, 2005: Ramnaresh Sarwan reached the close of the fourth day in Trinidad on 93 not out, seven runs short of the seventh and, potentially, most valuable Test century of his 51-match career, as he and Dwayne Bravo added 78 for the sixth wicket in a crucial

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

West Indies v South Africa, 2nd Test, Trinidad, 3rd day

Smith hundred puts sloppy West Indies on the back foot

Apr 10, 2005: Graeme Smith's ninth Test hundred helped put South Africa, who finished on 370 for 6, a lead of 23, in a strong position at the end of the third day at Port of Spain

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies v South Africa, 2nd Test, Trinidad

'I'm sure we can bowl them out again' - Nel

Apr 9, 2005: Andre Nel was upbeat about a South African victory in the second Test at Trinidad after the top-order batsmen began their reply in a strong fashion

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, 2nd Test, Trinidad, 2nd day

Smith leads South Africa's reply

Apr 9, 2005: Graeme Smith struck an unbeaten 90 to put South Africa in a strong position at the end of the second day at Trinidad

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

West Indies v South Africa, 2nd Test, Trinidad, 1st day

Brilliant Lara stands alone for West Indies

Apr 8, 2005: At the start of this series, there were doubts as to whether Brian Lara would ever play another Test match, as the brouhaha between Cable & Wireless and Digicel reached its crescendo

Bulletin by Andrew Miller
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