National Youth Cricket League (NYCL), vision is to create a forum which shares knowledge, information to all those associated with youth cricket and create opportunities for kids across various age group and locations play the game with a wider audience. This is not an effort to create a rebel group or to compete with any organization.
Today youth cricket is spread across country and get very minimal information sharing or opportunities to play beyond their club games or regional clubs. Our goal is to start with a national level tournament so kids have a event to look forward to and compete against variety of skills across the country. Getting a opportunity to see the talent across country and where they stand individually will help this kids immensely in improving their own game.
NYCL will further plan and create a lot more regular and structured initiatives for kids across country so that they can develop into professionals who can represent USA cricket when opportunity arrives.
- U10: 20 Overs
- DOB: Born after 09/01/2004
- U12: 20 Overs
- DOB: Born after 09/01/2002
- U14: 20 Overs
- DOB: Born after 09/01/2000
- U16: 20 Overs
- DOB: Born after 09/01/1998
Colored Clothing and white ball.
- Tournament starts in July in St. Louis & North Carolina
- Level U10 & U14 in St. Louis starting July 2nd to 5th (4 days)
- Level U12 & U16 in North Carolina starting July 9th to 12th (4 days)
- Maximum of 8 teams per level with 2 Groups.
- Host will absorb ground + insurance cost (approximately $2000)
- East Bay Youth Cricket Association
- Missouri Youth Cricket Association
- Triangle Cricket League
- Cricmax Academy
- California Cricket Academy
- Indoor Cricket USA
- Dallas Youth Cricket League
- United Youth /NTCA & Affiliates
- ACA Avataars
- Southern California Youth Cricket Club
- Cricket League of New Jersey
Groups will be announced once the teams are finalized.
Saint Louis, Missouri - TBA
North Carolina - TBA
National Youth Cricket League (NYCL)
The National Youth Cricket League (NYCL), which started as a dialog between youth organizations late last year has transformed into a national youth movement and now has 21 youth programs from across USA that are participating.
A spontaneous and one-off discussion quickly gathered momentum in December catalyzing youth academies and cricket programs from across USA to come together, exchange ideas and create a tournament plan for representative youth cricket.
NYCL Tournament 2015
National Youth Development Tournament 2015 starts on July 2nd in MO and July 9th in NC. This Tournament is conducted by NYCL and hosted by MYCA & TCL.
Registration form will be available soon.