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USA Cricket and New Zealand Cricket launched a strategic partnership featuring a historic Twenty20 international series between the BLACKCAPS and Sri Lanka set to take place this week in Lauderhill, FL.
ESPN will showcase the May 22nd and 23rd Twenty20 international matches between New Zealand and Sri Lanka.

The two matches will be shown exclusively on ESPN3.com, ESPN's live sports broadband network, giving fans a 24/7 online destination that delivers more than 3,500 live, global sports events annually. On an Internationally level the matches will be broadcast on ESPN International and ESPN StarSports. Additionally legendary cricket stars including Aussie great, Ian Chappell and Indian great, Sunil Gavaskar will provide commentary during the ESPN coverage allowing fans across the world the opportunity to hear from the cricket icons.

USA Cricket and New Zealand Cricket announce a strategic partnership furthering the awareness and interest in the sport of Cricket through a historic Twenty20 series between the BLACKCAPS and Sri Lanka taking place in Lauderhill, FL May 20-23rd currently referred to as the American Cricket Cup.

ImageMiami FC remains undefeated as they worked their way to a 1-1 draw in the final game of the season-opening home stand against the Carolina Railhawks.

“You can be dominating Carolina, but if you don’t put them away, they will punish you and they did tonight,” Miami FC head coach Victor Pastora said. “Today feels like a loss. We played very well in the first half and outplayed them in the second half. But we have to put things in perspective and we feel like we are making progress and the results will follow.”

For Jamaicans at home and in the Diaspora, the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the World Championships in Berlin a year later were unforgettable. Most will remember the outstanding performance of Usain 'Lighting" Bolt who proved he was still the fastest human being on the planet, outclassing the field in the 100 meters (9.58 secs) and 200 meters (19.19 secs) (both world records) at the World Championship in Berlin, Germany. In similar fashion, Olympic champion Shelly Ann Fraser took home gold in the women’s 100 meters while Kerron Stewart, hurdles champion Brigitte Foster-Hylton, Delloreen Ennis-London, 400m champion Melaine Walker, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Aileen Bailey and Simone Facey all made us extremely proud.