Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia

This state of the art stadium has been labelled as the benchmark for future construction in the Caribbean.

india Updated: Jun 09, 2006 14:53 IST
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West Indies

St Lucia's new ultra-modern Beausejour Stadium has been labelled as the benchmark for future construction and development of international cricket grounds in the Caribbean.

The ground was first used for a first-class match between India and a Busta XI from April 26-28 when International Cricket Council (ICC) match referee Ranjan Madugalle was sent in to undertake an inspection to see if it would meet ICC's minimum standards.

Set in 22 acres beneath the hills, the 13,000-capacity stadium is highlighted by modern infrastructure, including four stands with bucket-type seating, 18 hospitality suites and a fashionable pavilion that contains large dressing-rooms and lounges for both teams.

Its outfield, a perfect oval, is predictably lush green.

First Published: May 08, 2006 17:19 IST