Q1.What is JCC Junior Cricket Championship?
JCC Junior Cricket Championship is India’s first Club Level Cricket Tournament spanning across 100 Clubs simultaneously throughout India. Its unique design consists of a private club structure across the country based on the neighborhood criteria. Youth under 18 will get a chance to play club cricket based on a nation wide “Cricket Talent Hunt” to help them showcase their cricketing skills on India’s biggest integrated cricketing platform.
Q2. What is JCC Talent Hunt?
The JCC talent hunt is a platform that gives you an ultimate opportunity to showcase your cricketing skills. This is the opportunity of the lifetime – If you can whack a Six, deliver the ultimate pace, strike the middle wicket with your lethal Yorker or simply stump the batsman.. JCC Talent Hunts lets you live your dream. It’s that playground where only the best will advance.
The JCC cricket talent hunt will be conducted by some of the best and most respected names from the world of Cricket from India and abroad. The Talent Hunt is specially designed for JCC by none other respected National Dronacharya Awardee and Level III Coach of BCCI Dr. Sanjay Bhardawaj. The entire selection process will be under his and legendary Chetan Sharma’s supervision:
Each and every participant of JCC Talent Hunt will be provided a comprehensive feedback electronically with pictures, illustrations and video recordings highlighting their strength and areas of weakness to help them improve their game and overcome their shortcomings.
Q3. What all will I get in Rs. 6666+ GST?
JCC has planned a lot of attractions for you. The list is given below:
Even If you fail the Talent Hunt – We have a lot in store for you:
Q4. How To Apply for JCC Talent Hunt
Step 1 – visit www.jcc-india.com and fill-in the Pre Registration Form
Step 2 – After filling in the above information, pay Rs. 1000 ( Indian Rupees One Thousand Only) as “Pre Registration Charges”. Please note that your Pre-Registration will only be completed after you have successfully paid the pre registration charges of Rs. 1000/-.
Q5. What are the Registration Charges details?
Total Registration Charges are Rs. 9999 + GST (Rs. 11799/- All Inclusive).
AT present there is a Special Discounted Offer called, “LOCKDOWN DISCOUNT OFFER” is available to every prospective participant in the following manner:
Attraction 1- Avail 33% Discount and,
Attraction 2 – Pre – Registration with just Rs. 1000- Only During Lockdown.
So the Lockdown Discounted Price shall be Rs. 9999 + GST (Rs. 11799/- All inclusive) – less Rs. 3333 (33% discount) = Rs.6666 + GST of Rs. 1200 = Rs 7866 Only.
Balance amount of Rs. 5666 + GST of Rs. 1200 = Rs. 6866 shall be payable post Lockdown is lifted and the date for Talent Hunt is announced.
You will receive a special JCC branded Jersey along JCC branded Cap with your name personalized on it, absolutely free if you pay the entire registration in advance at the time of Registration.
The starting point of this journey begins with the Pre Registration. You can Pre Register by filling up the simple form at JCC portal – www.juniorcricketchampionship.com . You need to follow the following steps while completing Pre Registration:
Step 1 – Fill in required field ( Name / Age / Location / Playing Position and Mobile Number. Do provide you email and home address as optional
Q6. How To Pay for JCC Registration
You may pay by using a Credit Card / Debit Card or through Paytm, Phone Pe, Google Pay, UPI, Bhim and Mobikwik. You may also bank transfer. Please note that no one at JCC will ever ask you to pay cash –
JCC follows a NO CASH POLICY.
Please refer to the detailed terms and conditions (T&C policy) for more details.
Q7. How To Fill-Up The Pre-Registration / Registration Form
It’s very easy and simple to fill up the form. You can choose to fill up the form in English, Hindi or Bangla language.
Fill in required field of the form
Q8. What is JCC Refund Policy?
You can withdraw the pre-registration amount anytime in 07 days from the date of your registration. No questions asked. We care for you and respect your decision to withdraw with-in 07 days of making your pre-registration. The detailed Refund Policy of JCC is mentioned in the terms and conditions (T&C Policy).
Q9. What is the JCC Structure?
JCC is based on neighborhood private club concept.
Its unique structure lets you cheer and play for a club that’s close to your emotions and close to your heart. JCC recognizes that cricket players want to represent the club based on a location where their families have been living for ages. It’s their chance to bring pride to their “Mitti”… Its your pride to represent your neighborhood or your city across the larger than life – 100 Clubs presence of JCC vast network across India. These wonderful people as cricket coach are chosen from those who have excelled to represent India and know what it takes to play for the country’s national team. There’s a lot to learn from these great coaches of JCC.
JCC 100 clubs are present in over 65 top cities of India so that there’s a JCC Club next closer to you.
Q10. What are the JCC Age Divisions?
The prospective young cricketers can play in any particular year / season of JCC in one of the applicable division based on their current age. Broadly JCC is open for any participant between 08 to 18 years of their age as per following three divisions:
There’s a great deal of sensitivity towards age group to ensure a level playing field and fairness of competition. The age criteria is based on their age as on December 31st of the respective year / season of JCC. You will need to submit age proof at the time of Talent Hunt.
Q11. What is the format for JCC?
JCC has developed its proprietary format and specially designed methodology as its unique program process, which is shared as below;
Post selection in the Talent Hunt, the selected or chosen participants will be selected in the JCC clubs – as per respective division as per their age.
JCC Clubs with its all three teams shall be briefed and groomed for pre live matches.
Round 1 of Live matches will be played across 10 locations to arrive at 10 Regional Group Champions –
JCC Unique Process
Q12. What is the JCC Journey?
Q13. What will be the Selection criteria at JCC?
The selection to JCC Clubs is purely merit based. You will need to qualify the Talent Hunt to be able to join the Club of your choice. The talent hunt module is specially designed by respected National Dronacharya Awardee and L3 Coach of BCCI Shri. Sanjay Bhardawaj. The selection criteria will test each participant on their physical faculties, speed and agility, balance and not just Cricketing skills. The comprehensive Talent Hunt module is specially designed for JCC and is based on scientific and cricket selection routines.
Q14. How’s the selection To JCC Clubs will take place?
JCC club structure is based on neighborhood private club concept – that lets you cheer and play for a club that’s close to your emotions and close to your heart. JCC recognizes that cricket players want to represent the club based on a location where they have been living for ages with their families. It’s their chance to bring pride to their “Mitti”… Its your pride to represent your neighborhood or your city across the larger than life – 100 Clubs presence of JCC vast network across India.
JCC 100 clubs are present in over 65 top cities of India so that there’s a JCC Club next closer to you. JCC has a unique format, which has been designed specially and for the first time in India.
Q15. What are the JCC Groups details?
JCC 100 clubs are divided in 10 regional Groups. Each group has 10 Clubs so therefore 10 teams.
Since there is three age Divisions, there will be 300 Teams in all under 100 clubs. These teams are selected based on individual performances at the “Talent Hunt”. JCC management decision will be final and binding on selection and team formation as all results will be merit based, audited by a qualified auditor and uploaded on JCC portal in a transparent & fair manner. The registered participant will be able to access the club list and to see their closest club. More details can be viewed in (T&C Policy).
Q 16. How are the Live Matches planned for JCC?
After the teams are formed and participants know which club they are playing for, they will be briefed and trained to get ready for the live matches. The Live matches will be played as per following schedule:
These matches will be played at 10 different locations simulateanously through-out the country. The exact location will be shared with the succesful registered participants post selection.
Q 17. How Will I know Talent Hunt Details?
As soon as you have completed the pre registration successfully, we will keep you updated at regular intervals of the next steps including the date of Talent Hunt, venue location and even location Pin for your convenience. You will get regular notifications if you download the JCC app post pre registration, which will be available soon.
Q 18. What safety measures with regards to Covid 19 are planned by JCC?
Considering the current scenarios the JCC experts are working overtime to ensure a “Safe Cricket” environment with sanitized cricket balls, sanitized ground, pre-cautions routines such as compulsory hand was prior to entering JCC arena and maintaining social distance even while practicing. We are fully geared for economic restart post lockdown and have completed extensive groundwork.
Q 19. What is the Zero discrimination policy of JCC?
JCC is an amazing opportunity for buddying cricketers to play first ever club level cricket, be part of the larger than life cricket network, make friends and share their best cricketing moments Live on JCC Social!!!
JCC believes in creating an environment for the best to succeed in the ethos of inclusive community and equal opportunity for all with zero discrimination policy!!! JCC ensures a merit-based structure, transparent process and completely merit based approach. There’s no discrimination at all in the JCC process from start till the end.
Q 20. What’s the vision of JCC?
JCC is envisioned as an integrated Cricket Platform to prepare the Indian youth with modern day cricket challenges and help them perform at an international environment ultimately helping them take Cricket as a professional career.
Q 21. What is the JCC Leadership Team consists of ?
JCC is proud to have in its fold India’s best Cricket Coaches so that Cricket’s rich legacy is imparted by the best. JCC salutes the Cricket Masters, the respected and honorable Coaches !
Coach of Honors – Dr. Sanjay Bhardawaj, Dronacharya Awardee
Dr. Sanjay Bhardwaj is the prestigious Droncharya awardee and has produced star Indian players like Gautam Gambhir, Amit Mishra, Unmukt chand and Nitish Rana. He was the coach for under 15- ICC Cricket World Cup 1996-2001. He has also served as the batting coach of Delhi in 2011.
Dr. Bhardawaj has received Ph. D in Physical Education after masters in physical education and a Cricket Diploma from NIS. He has been serving the School Sports Promotion Foundation as its Secretary & Chief Coach in its panel since 2015.
Mr. Chetan Sharma
Mr. Chetan Sharma – first Indian cricketer to take a hat trick in a world cup match. Till date only eleven hat tricks have been taken in the ICC Cricket World Cup. Chetan has served as the Head Selectors for juniors at DDCA. Mr. Sharma has over 1,00,000 thousand hours of TV presence and more recently he shot to the Web Series fame with appearance in leading cricket based series, Inside Edge 2” at Amazon Prime Video. Mr. Sharma runs his own cricket academy and is well versed with the cricket operations required for successfully running JCC. We are delighted to have experienced Cricketer Mr. Chetan Sharma as a JCC Mentor. Every child, coach and member of the JCC will gain tremendously from his rich cricketing experience
Shri. Ashok Malhotra
Shri. Surinder Khanna
Mr. Surinder Khanna is a former test cricketer and a stylish wicket-keeper batsmen. Mr. Khanna has played for Delhi in the Ranji Trophy. He made his debut in 1976. A century in each innings (111 and 128) in the Ranji Trophy final against Karnataka at Bangalore in 1978–79 brought Surinder Khanna into the limelight. That season, he scored 657 runs (73.00) to star in Delhi’s maiden triumph in the national competition. A capable wicketkeeper and a dashing middle order batsman, Khanna was a tower of strength to Delhi for many years and played a leading role in their successes in the late 70s and early 80s.
When the selectors decided to drop Syed Kirmani for the tour of England in 1979, Khanna was given the big break. He was the designated wicket-keeper for India in the 1979 World Cup. He played without much success in all the three World Cup games and the Test place went to the other debutant Bharath Reddy. He did not enjoy a very good record in the first class games, scoring but 41 runs in six games (four innings). He was dropped from the Indian team after that.
With Syed Kirmani and Bharath Reddy firmly entrenched as the two leading wicketkeepers in the country, Khanna’s career seemed over. But he continued to do well for Delhi and his natural style of play suited the ODI game. He was recalled back to the Indian team for the 1984 Asia Cup held at Sharjah. He scored half centuries in low scoring encounters against Sri Lanka and Pakistan. India won the tournament and Khanna was named Man of the Series. He was a member of the Indian team that went to Pakistan in October the same year. He played in the first ODI in which India lost to Pakistan by 46 runs. He was dropped after this game and never made it back to the Indian team.
He continued to pile on the runs for Delhi and eventually finished his career with over 5000 First Class runs. He achieved his highest score of 220 not out against Himachal Pradesh in 1987–88.
Between 1991-1992 he was the professional for Stewarts Melville Royal High CC in Edinburgh. During the 1991 season he scored 1098 runs at an average of 91.5. Nowadays, he is visiting AIR (All India Radio) studios as a cricketing expert during the matches.
Q 22. What is the Prize Money offered at JCC?
JCC offers exciting Prize Money as a token of our gesture towards your exceptional performance. The Prize Money will be divided as followings;
JCC 2020 Winner
The National champion of JCC will take home a whopping cash prize as per following divisions:
Division I Team Winner – Rs. 15 Lakhs
Division II Team Winner – Rs 12.5 Lakhs
Division III Team Winners – Rs. 10 Lakhs
Player of The Tournament:
D1 – Rs 10 Lakhs
D2 – Rs 7.5 Lakhs
D3 – 5 Lakhs
JCC 2020 First Runners Up
The National First Runners Up of JCC will take home a whopping cash prize as per following divisions:
Division I Team Winner – Rs. 10 Lakhs
Division II Team Winner – Rs 7.5 Lakhs
Division III Team Winners – Rs. 5 Lakhs
JCC 2020 Second Runners Up
The National Second Runners Up of JCC will take home a whopping cash prize as per following divisions:
Division I Team Winner – Rs. 7.5 Lakhs
Division II Team Winner – Rs 5 Lakhs
Division III Team Winners – Rs. 2.5 Lakhs
Every JCC Man of The Match will also win a Cash Prizes of Rs. 500. There will be prizes for a few other individual performances also.
Q 23. What is the International League Playing Opportunity for Top Talent?
JCC has entered into a strategic tie-up with an international cricket board to secure 12 players to be chosen from JCC top 100 performing athletes of D1 and D2. This top 100 will be given an opportunity for a trial by the international cricket board. They will select 12 players who will be offered a contract to play as “Junior Talent” in the international T20 Cricket League to be organized outside of India.
Other 88 players from the pool of top 100 will be offered “Cricket Assignments” to enhance their learning’s, rub shoulder with cricketers and gain invaluable experience.
International Level Exposure
JCC has in its fold some of the best Indian and international professionals and experts to help JCC participants gets the best cricket has to offer for this age of participants.
Q 24. What is the Real Cricket Match Playing Experience all about?
One of the greatest hallmarks of JCC DNA is to provide an opportunity to every successful participant of playing cricket on a proper cricket ground in excellent cricket playing conditions (Excluding weather or factors which are beyond the our control).
With every stage as participant’s advances in the JCC journey, we will keep providing them with higher and better standards to commensurate their higher performance. You bring on a best of cricket play. We will bring on Best of the Cricket grounds and fieldsmen to give you best of the “Real Cricket Match Playing Experience”.
Q 25. What is the website address of JCC?
JCC have two web domains
Q 26. What is the JCC Logo?
Q 27. What are the Facebook details of JCC?
Please follow this link to join JCC Facebook Page and stay updated.
Q 28. Is there are Facebook Group for JCC?
You can follow this link to Join the Facebook Group of JCC – https://www.facebook.com/groups/SCGanguly/?source_id=1712844518998777