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Warner Park Sporting Complex

Warner Park Sporting Complex is an athletic facility in Basseterre, St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis. It includes the Warner Park Stadium, which was one of the hosts for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. It is named after Sir Thomas Warner, the explorer who established the first English colony on St. Kitts.

The eastern segment contains the cricket pitch, pavilion, media centre and seating for 4,000 which can be increased with temporary stands to 10,000 for major events. The stadium was largely financed by Taiwan with donations totalling $2.74 million. The total project cost US$12 million, half for the cricket stadium and half for the football facilities.

The western segment contains the football stadium, with seating for 3,500. In the northern section of the park, there are three tennis courts, three netball / volleyball courts, the Len Harris Cricket Academy, and a small open savannah, Carnival City, used primarily for hosting Carnival events.

List of Five Wicket Hauls

As of 7 January 2020

A total of seven five-wicket hauls have been taken at Warner Park, one in a Test match and six in ODIs.

Test matches

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at Warner Park
No.BowlerDateTeamOpposing TeamInnORWResult
1Harbhajan Singh22 June 2006 India West Indies1441475Drawn[1]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in Men's One Day Internationals at Warner Park
No.BowlerDateTeamOpposing TeamInnORWResult
1Mitchell Johnson6 July 2008 Australia West Indies27.5295Australia won[2]
2Sunil Narine16 July 2012 West Indies New Zealand210275West Indies won[3]
3Imran Tahir15 June 2016 South Africa West Indies29457South Africa won[4]
Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Warner Park
No.BowlerDateTeamOpposing TeamInnORWResult
1Dane van Niekerk7 November 2013 South Africa West Indies27285South Africa won[5]
2Tremayne Smartt12 September 2014 West Indies New Zealand110245West Indies won[6]
3Shakera Selman17 September 2014 West Indies New Zealand110155West Indies won[7]

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28 September 2019