The 2G Flicx Pitch in the USA

The 2G Flicx Pitch in the USA

The 2G Flicx Pitch in the USA, Canada and the Caribbean is hugely popular and one of our biggest markets . There are large ex pats and south east Asian communities playing cricket now and USA cricket has huge ambitions for continuing that growth. We have supplied Universities, Clubs, Academies and many cricket leagues in the states where frequently they are using “public areas” on which to play cricket so having an easy to use, portable “roll out, roll up” solution is key to getting the game on.

Applications of the 2G Flicx Pitch in the US include

  • Converting public areas such as parks into cricket fields. With the 2G Flicx Pitch there is no impact on the under surface below and the pitch is quick and easy to roll out and back up after the game (Learn More)
  • Over synthetic fields used for American Football, Hockey, Soccer into cricket venues
  • Over baseball diamonds again to host cricket
  • Indoors in cricket academies as well as sports halls

Testimonials

“Batsmen like playing on the 2G Flicx Pitch wickets as they produce even bounce and good pace which has increased the level of competitiveness in our matches and the ball comes onto the bat nicely so shots like drives can be executed in confidence. We are very satisfied with how the 2G Flicx Pitches are working for us” – Aditya Sehgal, San Diego Cricket Association

“We take immense pride in providing the Beehive State with a pitch which enhances the scope of cricket in Utah to the next level. Our new pitch allows an even playing field for the batsman and bowlers, helps the youngsters develop their skills as well as provides a set-up for adults to hone their skills. We truly believe that the 2G Flicx is to play a catalyst for us as a club to reach one of our true goals and that is to create opportunities for more people to enjoy the global game!!”- Utah Lions

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