Current Training Sessions
8:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
5:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
5:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
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)
DANYAL STARS IN 10 WICKETS WIN OF SCYCL – U14 2018 FIRST MATCH
SDCCYA 29 / 15 overs (Joel 8 runs, Danyal 4w / 11 runs, Harika 2w / 6 runs, Nemitha 2w / 0 runs) lost to SCYCA 30 / 2.4 overs (Pranav 11*, Gargi 11*) by 10 wickets.
Having won the toss SDCCYA decided to bat. SDCCYA stated the innings well scoring 15 runs for no loss in 2.4 overs when Vardaan got run out (Pranav / Savitha), from that point Danyal claimed wickets in regular intervals while SCYCA spinners operated magnificently from the other end. At the end SDCCYA was restricted to 29 runs, far below a challenging score.
SCYCA openers had no problem in carrying SCYCA home in 2.4 overs without losing any wicket.
SCYCA is facing Woodley Tigers next Sunday, 9/23/2018 (Sunday) at Tustin Sport Park.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA YOUTH CRICKET LEAGUE – 2018
SCYCL 2018 – U14 is scheduled to kick-off with inaugural match between SCYCL vs SDCCYA on September 15th, 2018 at Centennial Regional Park.
There are 5 teams competing for SCYCL 2018 – U14 title this year. Format remains unchanged, one home and away game for each team followed by the final match between two table top teams.
Following teams are set to compete for 2018 title;
1. Southern California Cricket League Youth (SCCAY)
2. San Diego Cricket Club Youth Association (SDCCYA)
3. Woodley Tigers Cricket Club (WTSS)
SCYCA WEEKEND ROUND UP – EMPHATIC HIGH WITH TWO WINS
A busy weekend for SCYCA boys and girls under clear skies and warm temperatures in Orange County, California.
U-15 THREE MATCH SERIES (SATURDAY)
Andrew scored a valiant century as SCYCA pulled off a consolation 64 run win over SDCCYA to go down 1-2 in 40 over three match series concluded on June 9th, 2018 at beautiful Centennial Regional Park. Trishul was unlucky to get runout having scored 49 runs ending 101 runs partnership with Andrew.
SDCCYA started follow on well with 86 runs on the board for 5 wickets at 15th over. At the end SDCCYA were 64 runs short, losing 9 wickets against excellent bowling spells by Andrew and Harika who shared 7 wickets amongst them. Aditya played a brave innings scoring 66 runs, but did not get enough help from team mates to take SDCCYA home.
U-13 FRIENDLY MATCH (SUNDAY)
SCYCA travelled on June 10th, 2018 to Woodley Park for the fourth friendly match against new Woodley Tigers, winning the first, nail-biting tie in the second, and losing the third. SCYCA openers started the inning sensibly, followed by all the team mates posting a very challenging 160 / 2 wicket at the end of allocated 30 overs. (Pranv 31 runs in 23 balls, Tharuk 21 runs in 20 balls, Harika 13 runs in 14 balls)
Woodly Tigers managed to score 113 runs at the end of the innings facing SCYCA accurate bowling.
SCYCA PRACTICE (SUNDAY JUNE 10th)
Normal Sunday practice was held at Youth Athletic Park in Mission Viejo conducted by SCYCA head coach Pri De Silva.
RSM MIDDLE SCHOOL GETS CRICKET EQUIPMENT
May 99h, 2018
SCYCA coaches Pri De Silva and Shantha Suraweera along with OCCA player Newton Weerasinghe conducted cricket demonstration for the students in Rancho Santa Margarita Middle School on May 8th, 2018.
Six periods of 30 minutes sessions were held for grade 7 & 8 students. After brief introduction to cricket and watching video clips of matches at highest level and introduction to cricket on a big screen, students were eager to get out and play cricket. Students got the opportunity to enjoy the taste of cricket and were well received.
PE teachers are very enthusiastic about this program that opens an opportunity to another sport at the school.
SCYCA U-13 CLINCHED VICTORY OVER WOODLEY TIGRES AND LOST U-15 FIRST MATCH AGAINST SDCCYA, FIRST MATCH OF 3 MATCH SERIES
May 9th, 2018
SCYCA invited Woodley Tigers, newly formed cricket club in the region for a U-13 friendly match on April 29th, 2018. Batting first SCYCA posted 141 runs on the board (Pranv 35, Rayaan 15, Harika 11). Wooley Tigers managed to score only 42 runs against SCYCA good bowling attack (Pranv 4 for 4 runs, Harika 2 for 1 run).
First of three 40 over match series was played between SCYCA and SDCCYA on May 6th, 2018 in San Diego. Having won the toss SDCCYA elected to bowl. SCYCA wickets stated falling consistently with no good partnerships throughout the innings and managed to score only 63 runs in 25 overs, well below the par score. SDCCYA had to bat 24 overs to take the home team to the victory. SDYCA will have to win the second match on May 12th, 2018 to stay alive.
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