The Garden State Cricket League is proud of its ethnic and cultural diversity; it is a non-political, non-profit organization. The GSCL is responsible for organizing season-long competitive cricket with teams under its purview and with other leagues locally and nationally. The league pledges support for the development of youth and women’s cricket. The GSCL shall organize annual championship competitions with teams under its authority.
ICUSA hosted its first Indoor cricket tournament in the heart of winter in 2001/2002. It was a novelty in the cricket culture of New York to have cricketer lovers playing cricket in the winter season. The tournament was a huge success in that it attracted a number of teams and many spectators. The tournament conformed to the requirements of the International Indoor Cricket ruled and regulations. The tournament was very competitive and the final was thrilling with Rockaway Cricket Club defeating Galaxy.
NATA (North America Telugu Association) is a cultural organization. It conducts Cricket Tournament and League for Youth in New Jersey, USA.
The New Jersey Cricket Association is one of the oldest cricket organizations in the New Jersey. The league was founded by seven clubs in 1980 the year Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter for the U.S. presidency, and TV fans were in suspense over "Who Shot JR?". A decade later, league membership had nearly tripled to 20 clubs. The explosive growth wasn’t surprising, given that the Garden State, sandwiched between New York and Philadelphia, is the third most popular destination for immigrants from around the world.
Washington Metro Cricket League (WMCL) was founded to serve as the home for hard-tennis ball cricket in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The league continues to work closely with Fairfax County to raise awareness of the game by hosting matches at various venues within Northern Virginia. Now operating with 32 teams across multiple divisions, and over 600 active players participating in its tournaments
WCL is an amalgamation of cricket clubs in the Atlantic Region of the United States Cricket Association. The WCL is administered by the elected members of the Executive Committee. The elected members hold their posts for a period of two (2) years. The following posts are currently recognized within the Executive Committee