View of Keenan Stadium
|Location||Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India|
|Operator||Jharkhand State Cricket Association|
|Tenants|| Indian Cricket Team |
Jharkhand cricket team
|Dalma Hills End|
Naoroji Pavilion End
|First ODI||7 December, 1983:|
|Last ODI||12 April, 2006:|
|Only women's Test||24–27 November 1995:|
|First WODI||1 January 1978:|
|Last WODI||29 February 2004:|
|As of 21 June 2014|
Source: Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Cricinfo
Keenan Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium and an International Cricket Stadium in Jamshedpur, India. It is currently used mostly for cricket and football matches. It is also known as a venue for archery.
The stadium is named after John Lawrence Keenan a former general manager of the Tata Steel. The stadium is situated in Northern Town area of Bistupur and is owned by Tata Steel. It has a capacity of 19,000 people.
Since being built in 1939 the ground has hosted Ranji Trophy matches for the Bihar now Jharkhand cricket team. The venue staged its first international match in December 1983 when West Indies beat India in a One Day International.
The ground has staged a further nine One Day Internationals, of which India won but one, the most recent in April 2006 when England beat India by five wickets. This stadium became infamous for the crowd turning violent and throwing crackers on field during India against West Indies match in 2002/03.
Sourav Ganguly scored a 100 to help India win its only match here. Former Indian captain MS Dhoni has played many matches for Jharkhand in this stadium. He spent much time in this stadium in his early days when JSCA stadium was not built in Ranchi, and also featured in M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, the biopic on Dhoni.
|1||115||Gordon Greenidge||134||1||7 December 1983||Won|
|2||149||Viv Richards||99||1||7 December 1983||Won|
|3||106||Manoj Prabhakar||121||1||26 March 1987||Lost|
|4||107*||Martin Crowe||129||2||15 November 1995||Won|
|5||105*||Sourav Ganguly||139||2||12 March 2000||Won|
|6||101||Salman Butt||116||1||9 April 2005||Won|
|The bowler was man of the match|
|10 or more wickets taken in the match|
|§||One of two five-wicket hauls by the bowler in the match|
|Date||Day the Test started or ODI was held|
|Inn||Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken|
|Overs||Number of overs bowled.|
|Runs||Number of runs conceded|
|Wkts||Number of wickets taken|
|Econ||Runs conceded per over|
|Batsmen||Batsmen whose wickets were taken|
|Drawn||The match was drawn.|
|1||Rana Naved-ul-Hasan||9 April 2005||2||8.4||27||6||3.11||Won|
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