Sabina Park, the home of the Kingston Cricket Club, is situated at 24 S Camp Road in the driest part of Kingston and for many years the pitch was one of the hardest and fastest in the Caribbean. In recent years the surface slowed, despite attempts to restore life by relaying it on more than one occasion. Its greatest moment in Test cricket was the 365 not out made by Garry Sobers (born 1936) against the Pakistanis that stood for many years as the highest individual test score. Conversely its worst moment was when the England – West Indies Test in 1998 was abandoned on the opening day due to an appalling pitch endangering the players.
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