Florida Cricket Conference

Florida Cricket Conference (FCC) is the premier cricket organization in Central Florida. The organization was established in 2010 by professionals and cricket enthusiasts who looked to introduce cricket to the I-4 corridor. FCC has succeeded to introduce the game of cricket to the locals and to promote cricket at all levels, in particular, at the youth and novice cricketer level, to develop the next generation of players.

American College Cricket USA vs Canada Series Arrives in Poinciana!

In 1844 the 1st sporting event of any kind took place in New York City. It was a cricket match between USA & Canada. That event marked the 1st time young men from different countries battled on a playing field instead of a battlefield, a momentous accomplishment that is not celebrated anywhere in the world bizarrely. To commemorate the occasion American College Cricket started a USA vs Canada Series in 2015 where some of the best college players from Canada & America compete vs each other.

 

Naseer Khan; FCC/Daytona Cricket Club Skipper and USF Bulls member playing for ACC USA

This year the USA vs Canada Series VI will be held on Jan 27 & 28, 2018 at Poinciana Cricket Field hosted by Poinciana Cricket Club and Florida Cricket Conference and with recognition for Peter Jolly and the Poinciana Cricket Club members as gracious hosts. There will be 4 matches, 3 of which will be Live Streamed on the American College Cricket Facebook page:

SATURDAY
9.30 am – American College Cricket USA vs South East All Stars
2 pm – American College Cricket USA vs Canadian College Cricket Canada; will be Live Streamed

SUNDAY
9.30 am – American College Cricket USA vs Canadian College Cricket Canada, will be Live Streamed
2 pm – American College Cricket USA vs Canadian College Cricket Canada, will be Live Streamed

ACC USA has won twice and CCC Canada has won twice, with the 5th Series (in Toronto) being tied after rain washed out the 3rd match. ACC USA hopes to take the lead, being at Home, and would have been Captained by Saurabh Netravalkar (Cornell) who played for India in the 2010 World Cup U19 but he was just selected to play for USA in the West Indies.

Andy Sudan pictured here with cricket legend Shiv Chandrapaul and ACC Founder and President Lloyd Judah

Andy Sudan (Everest University and FCC/Daytona Cricket Club Member) will Captain, and the team includes South African U19 Jet Hardie (Northeastern). CCC Canada will be captained by Hassan Mirza (Ryerson).