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About CLNJ
Cricket League of New Jersey (CLNJ) has been providing opportunity for cricket enthusiasts to play competitive league cricket in New Jersey. With over 35 teams & over 1000 players actively participating, CLNJ is a fairly large not-for-profit organization that is efficiently managed by democratically elected officers.
Cricket league of New Jersey (CLNJ) was formed in 2000 with 16 teams and growing ever since. Below are some charts that captures CLNJ growth in terms of number of teams since 2000.
In 2000: 16 Teams
 
Crescent CC
Pakistan CC
Somerset CC
Drexel CC
Panthers CC
Tropical CC
Friends CC
Piscataway CC
Newark CC
Gymkhana
Prince CC
South Gujarat CC
Indus CC
Princeton CC
New Brunswick CC
Middlesex CC
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Year
Champions
Runners up
2000
Newark CC
Panthers CC

In 2001: 20 Teams

BAPS CC
Middlesex CC
South Gujarat CC
Bombay Boys CC
New Brunswick CC
Mavericks CC
Crescent CC
Newark CC
Raiders CC
Drexel CC
Pakistan CC
Indus CC
Franklin Park CC
Panthers CC
Princeton CC
Friends CC
Piscataway CC
Holmdel CC
Gymkhana
Prince CC
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Year
Champions
Runners up
2001
Newark CC
Princeton CC

In 2002: 24 Teams

BAPS CC
Indus CC
Panthers CC
Bombay Boys CC
Jersey Eagle CC
Piscataway CC
Crescent B CC
Lehigh Valley CC
Prince CC
Crescent CC
Mavericks CC
Princeton CC
Drexel CC
Middlesex CC
Raiders CC
Gymkhana
Newark CC
Rutgers CC
Holmdel CC
NJ Titans CC
South Gujarat CC
ICC
Pakistan CC
Warriors CC

 

Year
Champions
Runners up
2002
Middlesex CC
ICC

In 2003: 26 Teams

BAPS CC
Lehigh Valley CC
Prince CC
Bombay Boys CC
Mavericks CC
Princeton CC
Friends CC
Middlesex CC
Raiders CC
Gymkhana
Miracle CC
Rutgers CC
Holmdel CC
Newark CC
South Gujarat CC
Indians CC
NJ Titans CC
South Jersey CC
Indus CC
Panthers CC
Stars CC
Jersey Eagle CC
Penn State CC
Warriors CC
Lansdale CC
Piscataway CC
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Year
Champions
Runners up
2003
SGCC
Piscataway CC

In 2004: 32 Teams

BAPS CC
Ion Flash CC
Piscataway CC
BCCNJ
Jersey Eagle CC
Princeton CC
Bombay Boys CC
Kings CC
Raiders CC
Crescent CC
Lehigh Valley CC
Rising Stars CC
Edison CC
Mavericks CC
Rutgers CC
First State CC
Middlesex CC
South Gujarat CC
Friends CC
Miracle CC
South Jersey CC
Gymkhana
Mirro CC
Stars CC
Holmdel CC
Newark CC
USCA
Indians CC
NJ Titans CC
Warriors CC
Indus CC
Panthers CC
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Year
Champions
Runners up
2004
Newark CC
Crescent CC

In 2005: 34 Teams

BAPS CC
Jersey Eagle CC
Raiders CC
BCCNJ
Kings CC
Rising Stars CC
Bombay Boys CC
Lehigh Valley CC
South Gujarat CC
Crescent CC
Mavericks CC
South Jersey CC
Edison CC
Middlesex CC
Stars CC
First State CC
Miracle CC
USCA
Gymkhana
Newark CC
Warriors CC
Holmdel CC
NJ Titans CC
Hightstown CC
Indians CC
Panthers CC
Hell Raizers CC
Indus CC
Piscataway CC
Tiranga CC
Ion Flash CC
Princeton CC
SGCC-Jr CC
Incredibles CC
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SGCC-Jr CC

 

Year
Champions
Runners up
2005
Newark CC
SGCC

In 2006: 40 Teams

BAPS CC
Jersey Eagle CC
Raiders CC
BCCNJ
Kings CC
South Gujarat CC
Bombay Boys CC
Lehigh Valley CC
South Jersey CC
Crescent CC
Mavericks CC
Stars CC
Edison CC
Middlesex CC
USCA
First State CC
Miracle CC
Warriors CC
Gymkhana
Newark CC
Hightstown CC
Holmdel CC
NJ Titans CC
Hell Raizers CC
Indians CC
Panthers CC
Tiranga CC
Indus CC
Piscataway CC
SGCC-Jr CC
Incredibles CC
Princeton CC
Caribbean CC
Aggressive CC
NJIT CC
Miro CC
Hyderabad Blue
Prince CC
United CC
Livingston CC
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Year
Champions
Runners up
2006
Who will it be
Who will it be

Every year CLNJ teams play three warm-ups, 15 season and the playoff’s games. The season starts in April and ends in September. The complexity of managing the league increases as number of teams grows. To handle such complex tasks an Executive committee is elected every year at the 1st AGM. Below are the charts of our current and past Executive committee members that not only effectively managed our league, they helped in cricket growth in and around New Jersey areas.
In 2000:

President:
Vimal Verma
Vice President:
Hardah Ramnauth
Secretary:
Ajay Sharma
Treasurer:
Shad Razac
Web Master:
Murali Donthireddy

In 2001:

President:
Vimal Verma
Vice President:
Shahzada Saleem
Secretary:
Ajay Sharma
Treasurer:
Naveed Agha
Web Master:
Murali Donthireddy

In 2002:

President:
Vimal Verma
Vice President:
Atif Ahmed
Secretary:
Ashish Sabharwal
Treasurer:
Naveed Agha
Web Master:
Murali Donthireddy

In 2003:

President:
Vimal Verma
VP of Scheduling:
Kal Patel
VP of Marketing:
Pradeep Vachani
VP of Grievances:
Hasan Jawad
Secretary:
Pragnesh Patel

In 2004:
The number of Executive committee members increased to 9 from 5.

President:
Pragnesh Patel
VP of Scheduling:
Asif Bari
VP of Technology:
Vikas Kapoor
VP of Umpires(1):
Ketul Patel
VP of Umpires(2):
Musthafa Khan
VP of Marketing:
Akram Khan
VP of Team & Players Regulation:
Anoop Desai
Secretary:
Pragnesh Patel
Treasurer:
Ketan J. Patel
Web Master:
Rajiv Nigam
   

In 2005:

President:
Pragnesh Patel
VP of Scheduling:
Asif Bari
VP of Technology:
Suresh Bommanaboina
VP of Umpires(1):
Nilesh Patel
VP of Umpires(2):
Dimpal Patel
VP of Marketing:
Asghar Kazim
VP of Team & Players Regulation:
Anoop Desai
Secretary:
Syed Zohair
Treasurer:
Pradeep Vedala
Web Master:
Rajiv Nigam

In 2006:
The CLNJ management committee was re-structured and split into two branches. To manage our league more effetely.
1. Executive committee
2. Operational committee

Executive committee
President:
Asif Bari
Secretary:
Syed Zohair
Treasurer:
Pradeep Vedala
Director of Marketing:
Asghar Kazim
Vice President of Operations
Dimpal Patel
Operational Committee
VP of Team & Players Regulation:
Rajiv Nigam
Umpiring coordinator (1)
Venkat Krishnan
Umpiring coordinator (2)
Samir Shah
Scheduling Coordinator
Preet Takkar

For players aspiring to play higher levels of cricket CLNJ is affiliated with USACA that offers opportunity to players to shine at local level and then move on to represent their state, region and country.
 
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