The National Stadium in Grenada became the 84th Test venue in 2002 when West Indies played New Zealand. Its fast-tracking from a fairly basic venue to an international came about as part of the region's build up to the 2007 World Cup, and Grenada benefited greatly from the investment. The construction of the $5 million stadium, which lies adjacent to a football and athletics ground, changed the face of Grenadian cricket. The presence of St George's University, which is now the home of the West Indies' Cricket Academy, has also helped push the ground's case.
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