United States of America v Suriname at Lauderhill, ICC Americas Region Division One Twenty20


Okay, not really.

But I will be curious to see if the sporting powerhouse, and my home country, can defeat Suriname today down in Florida.  Suriname, for those curious, is the smallest sovereign state in South America, and has a population just shy of 500,000.  But I still think they have a shot at giving the red, white, and blue a run for their money.

There are two other matches at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground today: Argentina v Bermuda and Canada v the Cayman Islands.  Nice looking stadium, too.

Now, this stadium is breaking news to me.  It was built in 2007 and has hosted several international matches.  I seriously do not know how I missed it.  In fact, Sri Lanka and New Zealand played two t20s there just last year – I had no idea!  Glad to see the US is gaining some cricket infrastructure, at the very least.

I hope to live tweet some coverage of the USA match today.  Gotta support the hometown team, eh.

More later.  Enough for now.  Until tomorrow.

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