Aryan Cricket Academy Jaipur

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The Aryan Cricket Academy Jaipur (ACA), which is based in the PINK CITY Jaipur, Rajasthan starting in November 2016 by (Aryan Rathore), with a lifelong passion for Cricket and a talent for working with children, provides professional and innovative coaching for all ages and levels of ability.Our qualified and experienced coaches will ensure that every session is structured, productive and most importantly enjoyable.[1]

Jaipur Cricket League

Jaipur Cricket League (JCL) is a professional league for Twenty20 Cricket competition in India. It was initiated by the Aryan Rathore cricket coach the league held in Jaipur under the affiliation of Aryan Cricket Academy Jaipur.[2][3]


The (Jaipur Cricket League ) is a revolutionary cricketing talent hunt-For All Boys Age Group cricketers across India who wish to play National Level Cricket.[4]

You could be a Batsman, Bowler, wicket keeper or a strong fielder, you will get an opportunity to meet reputed senior cricketers waiting to become your mentors.[5]

History

It is currently contested by Eight teams from the cities of Jaipur , and all over india held from 1 June 2017 to 18 June 2017.

The confirmed participating ACA players include Aakash Sharma, Himanshu Shortriya, Neer Neeraj, Asvinee Sahariya Pradeep Saini[6], Sonu Chauhan , Manish Sharma, Pankaj Saini, Krishan Chauhan, Devendra Chaudhary, Neeraj Kuntal, Bharat Teenwal and Naveen Kumar. Sonu and Pradeep also played in Haryana Premier League, 2017.[7]

Teams

The teams included in the tournament have been named in the following way:


Jaipur Royals Jaipur Riders Jaipur Junior Star Jaipur Green Star Jaipur Young Star Jaipur Northern Night Jaipur Rising Star Jaipur Deccan Charges

Format

The 2017 season will take place between June. The eight teams will play each other once in a round robin format; this will be followed by a finals day at the International Cricket Stadium, Jaipur.[8]

Media coverage

Youtube[9] CricHQ[10]

References