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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Southern California Youth Cricket League (SCYCL) 2017 that provides exposure, excitement and experience to southern California youth cricket, as the 2nd edition got under way on October 29th, 2017.

Top youth cricketers across three cricket Academies / Associations in southern California will share the skill, understanding, friendship from October through December and play competitive cricket under SCYCL 2017 U-15 trophy.

Every season brings with new challenges. Skill set of youth players have increased since last year and they are maturing fast, becoming better by each game / season.

Three matches have already been played out of six preliminary round matches. SCYCL 2016 U-14, defending champions, SCYCA recorded two convincing wins from home and away games against San Diego Cricket Club Youth Association (SDCCYA) and lost to Southern California Cricket Association Youth (SCCAY) on 11/26/2017.  Two crucial matches will be held December 2nd and 3rd weekend where SDCCYA will face SCCAY for a must win game to qualify for finals.

Andrew Daluwatte scored first century of the tournament and Trishul Manoj was on 98* for 2nd wicket record partnership.

Tournament leaders to date: 

Batting - Andrew Daluwatte 174 runs (three matches) SCYCA

Bowling – Harika Amineni 6 wickets (three matches) SCYCA

Ranking – Andrew Daluwatte 745 points. SCYCA

Visit for more information and click on Cricclubs for match details on already played and for the future match schedule.

Final and series deciding game was held on 10/22/2017 in San Diego.

SDCCYA – 151 for 3 (30 overs)

SCYCA - 156 FOR 1 (24 overs), Rayaan 23 (50 balls), Trishul 100 (70 balls), Andrew 24 (16 balls).

See SCYCA match center for complete scoreboard.

The second edition of the Southern California U-15 Youth Cricket League will start from October 29th, where defending champions Southern California Youth Cricket Academy (SCYCA) will take San Diego Cricket Club Youth Association (SDCCYA). Over next one month and half three teams from southern Orange County will play one home and away games each other before the two table top teams play the finals on December 17th 2017 at Smith Murphy field.

Spectators can follow the tournament matches from anywhere in the world by visiting and selecting live match from the schedule.

Here is the full schedule of the tournament.

Match# Home Away Location Date Start Day
1 SCYCA SDCCYA Del Cerro ES, Mission Viejo 29-Oct-2017 9:00 AM Sunday
2 SDCCYA SCYCA Canyonside Park, San Diego 05-Nov-2017 10:00 AM Sunday
3 SCYCA SCCAY Del Cerro ES, Mission Viejo 26-Nov-2017 10:30 AM Sunday
4 SCCAY SDCCYA Smith Murphy, Buena Park 02-Dec-2017 10:30 AM Saturday
5 SCCAY SCYCA Smith Murphy, Buena Park 03-Dec-2017 10:30 AM Sunday
6 SCCYA SCCAY Canyonside Park, San Diego 10-Dec-2017 10:00 AM Sunday
Final TBD TBD Smith Murphy, Buena Park 17-Dec-2017 10:00 AM Sunday


OCCA / SCYCA held annual award ceremony on 9/24/2017 at Foothill Ranch Clubhouse. SCYCA youth received participation medals for 2017.

SCYCA bowlers kept unbeaten SCCAY in check to win the inaugural Southern California Youth Cricket League championship in a hard-fought super-over.


SCCAY was unbeaten in four preliminary round matches; the team came into final as the favorite to win the 2016 SCYCL champions trophy on December 18, 2016. SCYCA won the toss and elected to bat on a pitch dampened by heavy rains two days earlier.


SCYCA started with two spinners and kept good line and length, not allowing SCCAY openers to steal runs. Harika took 3 wickets in her five over spell giving away only 12 runs, forcing SCCAY into the back seat with only 31 runs in the 10th over and already down 5 wickets. SCCAY middle order produced useful partnerships, cautiously posting ones and twos. SCYCA bowlers kept the pressure on, claiming wickets in regular intervals, restricting SCCAY to a low total of 102 runs. This was nevertheless a challenging score, considering the slow outfield.


SCYCA openers started their innings cautiously; they batted steadily but runs were hard to come by. Noah was bowled with only 10 runs on the board at the seventh over. SCYCA captain Andrew join Trishul and kept the scoreboard moving with and 87 run partnership in 20 overs. Andrew was bowled by trying to accelerate at the 28th over. SCYCA needed 5 runs in the 30th over to clinch the championship. Trishul was run out by trying to steal a run leaving 2 runs needed from the last ball. Kanishk managed to score one run from the last ball forcing a tie and a super over.


SUPER OVER: SCYCA – 9 runs for two, SCCAY – 6 runs for two.