ST LAWRENCE GROUND, CANTERBURY

ST LAWRENCE CRICKET GROUND (CANTERBURY)

The St Lawrence Ground is a cricket ground in Canterbury, Kent. It is the home ground of Kent County Cricket Club and since 2013 has been known as The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, due to commercial sponsorship. It is one of the oldest grounds on which first-class cricket is played, having been in use since 1847, and is the venue for Canterbury Cricket Week, the oldest cricket festival in the world. It is one of the two grounds used regularly for first-class cricket that have had a tree, the St Lawrence Lime, within the boundary.

Capacity at the ground was increased to 15,000 in 2000, and four One Day International matches have been played there, one each in 1999 (part of the 1999 Cricket World Cup), 2000, 2003 and 2005. The ground was the venue for the first day/night County Championship match, played as a trial in September 2011.

 

ST LAWRENCE CRICKET GROUND (CANTERBURY) Pitch Report

St Lawrence ground is batting favourable ground for 1st innings. Chasing is very hard in this ground.

BLAST T20 Match Pitch Report and Toss Factor:

In this ground 22 blast matches played in which 15 matches won by batting team and 7 matches won by chasing team,. If any team won the toss here than they decided to bat first.

Here are last 5 BLAST matches average scores of both Innings at ST LAWRANCE ground:

BLAST Matches 1st Innings Average Score – 178 runs

BLAST Matches 2nd Innings Average Score – 148 runs

LAST 10 YEARS OUTCOME

T20 Stats

  • Total matches
    22
  • Matches won batting first
    15
  • Matches won bowling first
    7
  • Average 1st Inns scores
    177.64
  • Average 2nd Inns scores
    162.09
  • Highest total recorded
    236
  • Lowest total recorded
    124
  • Highest score chased
    189
  • Lowest score defended
    159