Current Training Sessions

Sunday Training

8:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
Tustin Sports Park
12850 Robinson Dr,           Tustin, CA 92782

Wednesday Evening

6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Lake Forest Sports Park
28000 Rancho Pkwy,             Lake Forest, CA 92630

Friday Evening

6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Lake Forest Sports Park
28000 Rancho Pkwy,             Lake Forest, CA 92630

 

 Upcoming Tournaments

Category Tournament Dates Location
U-13  Socal T20 Nov 23 - 26 Van Nuys, CA
U-11  Socal T20 Nov 27-30 Van Nuys, CA

Registration and Dues

Existing Players no need to re-register. New Players please register by clicking on Register button below.

Click on Pay Dues button for Payment Options. 
 
 

 NEWS

All traveling teams expressed satisfaction and great hospitality by SCYCA during just completed cricket tournament. Some of the feedback received as follows;

“It was a wonderful experience for the kids and the parents. Appreciate all the efforts that went in to making this a successful event” - SRCA

“Thank you for your hospitality and well conducted tournament. We applaud your efforts in bringing the players and teams together for a wonderful weekend of cricket, and taking care of even a small details to ensure a pleasant experience for all” - SDCCYA

“It has been a pleasure to be part of this tournament. Congratulations on hosting a very successful tournament. Kids loved it and it goes a long way in promoting cricket. We all understand the challenges one has to go through to host tournaments and I loved the minute details that were looked into. Congratulations!! And thank You!!! For having us.” - WTCC

SCYCA thanks all the teams participated this year and the Academy is planning to organize this event as an annual event.

 

 

SCYCA completed another successful tournament in U-13 category at Tustin Columbus Park on September 1st, 2019. Four teams from San Diego, San Ramon (Northern California), Los Angeles and Orange county participated in 2-day tournament. Four teams played three matches / team in round robin format, before qualifying for the play-offs. San Diego Youth Cricket Association won the championship showcasing a nail-biting encounter. San Ramon Cricket Association took the runners-up trophy home.

Shantha, Chairman SCYCA addressing the presentation ceremony thanked all teams, umpires, and SCYCA board who worked tirelessly to make this event a great success. Shantha highlighted the proposed dedicated cricket filed at OC Great Park and expressed that such facilities can be used for league matches, upcoming USA national tournament and possibility of playing high profile games, if cricket will be part of Olympics in Los Angeles in 2028.

Speaking at the presentation ceremony Irvine City Council member, Farrah Khan revealed that discussions are in progress to provide two cricket fields at OC Great Park and a possibility of a cricket Stadium at the same location in future. She was amazed by the enthusiasm, skill level and the competitiveness that she witnessed at the filed. She recognized girl players and encouraged more girls’ participation.

All matches were scored live and casted live through Facebook for enjoyment of friends and relatives in USA and abroad.  Click on “cricclubs” for scorecards and other information on all games.

Visit SCYCA FB page https://www.facebook.com/SCyouthcricket/  for more pictures and videos.

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SCYCL has complete over half of preliminary round matches with 3 games in the last weekend of November 10th & 11th.  SCYCA continued dominance overpowering SCCAY, chasing a challenging score of 187 in 40 overs in U-17 game on last Sunday at Woodley park.

 

U-14-point table

 

 U-17-point table

 

 Andrew (SCYCA) and Abhay (SCCAY) are leading in batting department scoring 163 and 64 runs in U-17 and U-14 category respectively. Harika (SCYCA) is the leading wicket taker in U-17 category taking 8 wickets and Danyal (SCYCA) and Harika (SCYCA) are leading in U-14 category with 6 wickets each. Based on the CricClubs ratings system Andrew (SCYCA) and Danyal (SCYCA) are topping the ranking in U-17 and U-14 respectively.

 

SCYCL has created great opportunity for Southern California youth players to showcase their talents in competitive tournament environment and the skill development and application is noticeable during this tournament. U-17 final match is scheduled at Smith Murphy Park on December 22nd and final match date for U-14 is TBD.

 

Visit www.scycricketacademy.com and click on CricClubs for complete match schedule and scorecard. 

SCYCA won all the three SCYCL home games by winning SCCAY at Centennial Regional Park on 10/20/2018. SCYCA top order dominated and took SCYCA home or posted challenging scores on board in these games, backed by formidable bowling attack to win all home games. SCYCA will travel to Los Angeles and San Diego for away games having qualified for SCYCA U-14 finals.

SCYCA won the first match against SDCCYA by ten wickets having demolished SDCCYA for 29 in ten overs. They beat WTCC by 35 runs. Beat the oldest academy in Southern California, SCCAY by 6 wickets. 
 
It was the bowling attack of SCYCA that dismantled the SCCAY batting lineup last Saturday, initiated by Danyal giving SCYCA a break through early consistently. Rayaan bowled economically, and spinners Pranav and Nemitha did some exceptional work in middle overs restricting SCCAY under 100 runs. In the fightback, SCCAY got SCYCA openers cheaply, but the rest of top and middle order took SCYCA home convincingly. (Rayaan 42* / 36 balls, Tharuk 11* / 14 balls, Harika 10 / 36 balls). The game was captained, and vice captained by two girls, Gargi and Harika respectively