The 'Shyam Cricket League' (SCL) displayed the real prowess when provided the right nurturing environment & guidance by their mentor, 'KRISHNA'. SCL is an initiative by Catch Match sports Pvt. Ltd (CMSPL) in India to search young, talented and passionate cricketers.. CMSPL is a event management Company and have the vast experience in organising, arranging, nourishing the young talented youth cricketers across all India. The organization core value is to promote passionate youngsters who are talented and have the desire to live their dreams.


The sagacity and enthusiasm of the directors of the Catch Match Sports Private Limited have taken cricket leagues to high acclaim in India. They are farsighted statesmen who have organized these Cricket League to ensure that any passionate player doesn’t get unrecognized. It is a national platform where the children above 12 years of age, who have a passion for playing cricket, can showcase their talent.


The registration process at “Shyam Cricket League” is easy with a nominal registration fee of Rs. 500/-. The interested candidates can register themselves online at www.shyamcricketleague.com. The male candidates who are above the age of 12 years are eligible to take part in the trials. There are five age groups under which the players can register himself (U-14,U-16,U-19,U-23 and above-23). The best thing is that there is no upper age limit. The player with the flair to play cricket can register and be selected to play for the league. After his selection, a fee for the league needs to be deposited. The fee for playing at the “Shyam Cricket League” is only Rs. 6000. The Chance to play in SCL is a ladder to success for cricketers.


The players are destined to reach their dream platform with the league. As soon as they are enrolled, they are entitled to play with the league. Moreover, these are the benefits for the players:

Shyam Cricket League Advantage

Participating Certificate

Participating Medals

Cash Price

News Media & Broad Cast

Selection By Coaches

Players Auction

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