Current Training Sessions

Sunday Morning

8:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
Tustin Sports Park


Tuesday Evening

5:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
Cypress Community Park
LEVELS 1 & 2

6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Lake Forest Sports Park

Wednesday Evening

6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Lake Forest Sports Park


Thursday Evening

5:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
Cypress Community Park


Friday Evening

6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Lake Forest Sports Park

LEVELS 2 & 3

LEVEL 1 - Sunday & either Tuesday (Irvine) or Wednesday

LEVEL 2 - Sunday, either Tuesday (Irvine) or Wednesday, & Friday

LEVEL 3 - all days; Tuesday (Lake Forest)


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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 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

On Sunday 7th October, members of the Orange County Cricket Association (OCCA) and Southern California Youth Cricket Academy (SCYCA) gathered for the annual award night at Godavari Restaurant in Lake Forest, CA. OCCA was founded in 2007 and youth program SCYCA was started in 2014.  

About 100 players (adult & youth), officials, parents, and friends were in attendance to recognize individual performances and the progress of both organizations service Orange County, California and neighboring counties.

Awards were presented to best performers in 2018 at the ceremony. Following youth players were recognized at the event;

·         Scoring a century – Andrew Daluwatta

·         Scoring a half century – Rayaan Bhagani

·         Taking 3 / 4 wickets in a game -  Danyal Bhagani, Pranav Reddy Pagydyala, Andrew Daluwatta, Harika Amineni, Nemitha Dassanayaka, Abhinav Amineni


SCYCA completed a series win over WTCC with a 16 run win on 9/19/2018 at Woodley Cricket Grounds.

Most of SCYCA senior players were rested for this game by fielding developmental team. SCYCA won the toss and elected to bat first.  Although top order struggled middle odder batted sensible posting a par score of 106 in 25 overs. (Rishi 16 (26), Arham 17 (21), Akhilesh 12 (20), Harika 9* (15), Aaroh 2wk / 17 runs.

SCYCA bowling attack kept the pressure on WTCC, runs were hard to come by. Danyal claimed two early wickets giving advantage to SCYCA.  Arqam 14 (39), Ronty 15 (17), Vikram 15 (17). Harika 2 wk / 12 runs.

Player of the match – Harika Amineni

Check Criclubs for full scoreboard. 

SCYCA 124 / 8 in 30 overs (Tharuk 15(32), Harika 18(56), Pranav 16(18), Gargi 25*(36), Mohammad 2w / 24 runs, Ronty 2w / 9 runs) WTCC 88 / 9 in 30 overs (Ronty 21(50), Mohammed 19(31), Harika 4w / 17 runs)

SCYCA won the toss and elected to bat first. Opener Sevitha got out cheaply, but all other top order batsmen reached double figures keeping a healthy run rate. SCYCA posted a challenging total of 124 runs at the end of allocated 30 overs.

WTCC took the back seat losing two early wickets claimed by SCYCA opening bowlers Danyal and Rishi (one each) who bowled good line and length. Although Ronty and Mohammad build a good partnership in middle overs, runs were hard to come by with introduction of spin attack. Harika bowled an excellent spell and claimed 4 wickets / 17 runs, while Pranav bowled a very economical spell from the other end.

Player of the match – Harika Amineni

Check Criclubs for full scoreboard. 

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