North Marine Road Ground (Queens, Scarborough - Yorkshire)

Scarborough, England
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Famously known as the Queens it held its first ODI on August 26, 1976 between England and West Indies. A capacity crowd of 11,500 can be seated here. It first staged games in 1863 although they did not play a Championship game until 1896. This place is most known for its end-of-season festival which is a leisure time for both players and tourists. It is situated right next to the sea and is dominated by the raised pavilion. A new seating enclosure was added in 1902 and further extended over the next five years. A concrete stand was added in 1926 and in 1956 a new West Stand was erected.

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Most Prolific Batsman:
Graham Gooch (126 Runs)
Highest Individual Score:
119 by Vivian Richards
Most Prolific Bowler:
Lance Cairns (5 Wickets)
Best Bowling Analysis:
5/28 by Lance Cairns