When you think of the USA, you don't automatically think of a state-of-the-art cricket facility. Until now.
CricMax is the largest indoor cricket facility in North America: An international level centre designed and built exclusively for cricket. It's in New Jersey, yet it is setting a standard that would not look out of place at elite centres in India, Australia, South Africa or England.
The venue has nothing but the best standards of surface, lighting and run up length. Good enough to be used by visiting International teams. And of course, PitchVision under-floor tracking every ball bowled.
But why would a place better known for baseball and mom's apple pie be interested in a world-class "minor" sport facility?