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To promote cricket in Spain through clubs and academia.

To encourage young people (Spanish and non-Spanish residents) to play cricket in Spain.

To develop cricketing skills and knowledge for all ages, through a structured coaching and education programme.

To develop representative Spanish national teams for international competition.

To encourage a competitive yet good sporting attitude throughout the game.

To integrate and maintain cricket in Spain through membership of the Asociacion Española De Cricket and the European Cricket Council.

Providing a world class environment for international cricket

Delivering "major' events across three formats

Providing targeted support to Members

Promoting the global game.

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La Manga Cricket Tournament April 2018

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There are many novel ways of raising money for your cricket club but perhaps one of the more enterprising is to do a "gig" with your rock band.

That is exactly what Ian Shackleton of Madrid Cricket Club his doing.

His band Hot Danger are playing the Wurlitzer Ballroom in Calle de Las Tres Cruces 12, Madrid on Wednesday the 12th October start time 10 pm.

Special guests are another band called Population 5 and Ian will be donating his part of the proceeds to his beloved cricket team.

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Sporting Alfas travelled up to Valencia looking to claim maximm points for their ECCL Premier League Title quest and went home with nineteen of the twenty points available to them.

Winning the toss the visitors decided to field first. The hosts made a steady start neither scoring runs or losing many wickets in the first few overs. At the first drinks interval (15 overs) Levante were 51 for 2 and it took them until the 29th over to reach three figures. A late onslaught in the last third of the innings took Levante's score to 232 for 8.

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Sweltering heat greeted Sporting Alfas’ 2nd XI at the Valencia Cricket Ground on Sunday as they were to face locals Levante CC. Levante CC Captain and Club Chairman Dave Tivey showed why he got the vote at the AGM by winning the toss (something no other Levante captain has been able to do for some time now) and decided to bat first… well, he was probably thinking more about putting the opposition out into the heat first to tire them out.

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Spain finished a respectable third out of six teams in Group B of the ICC World Twenty20 Europe Region Qualifiers.

After losses in their first two games against the teams that qualified in Group B (Jersey and Italy) Spain faced the Isle of Man on the morning of Saturday 1st Septmber. The Manx men are currently ranked 40th in the world compared to Spain's 56th place ranking on the global stage.

The VOC ground in Rotterdam played host and after winning the toss Spain elected to field. Once again, the ICC and ESPN websites failed to provide watching fans a commentary (stalling after the third ball of the first over) and it was left to Team Manager Gary Crompton to feed regular updates to Spanish supporters via his facebook page.

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Menorca v BAC Strikemaster X1 Saturday 1st Sept 40 overs

Menorca 262 A Bingley 118, T Pettifer 48, M Dow 26. C Southgate 4/44, C Hollingsworth 2/27.

BAC Strikemaster X1 104 P Stafford 53, J Hagger 3/30, G Wilson 2/24, S Cotton 2/18

Menorca won by 108 runs
Menorca v BAC Strikemaster X1 Sunday 40 overs

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Cricket Espana are delighted to announce that this years T20 champion will be invited to the play in the very first edition of the European Cricket League!

The new champions league of Cricket in Europe!

The European Cricket League will include match payments, prize money and all costs covered for the teams!

Now Cricket Espana clubs have the chance to be crowned the kings of Europe!

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Jersey 93 for 0 beat Spain 92 for 8 by 10 wickets.

After the first day loss to Italy, Spain had arguably the toughest challenge of the whole tournament up next with a contest against Jersey. 

One of the favourites in the event the Channel Islanders had lots of cricketers in their squad with International tournament experience, including Jonty Jenner, who is currently on the books of Sussex CCC.

Winning the toss Spain elected to bat first. They made one change from the previous day with Muhammad Asjed coming in for Tom Vine, the intention being to strengthen the batting line up. Asjed opened with Awais Ahmed and the pair struggled to produce runs in the power play.

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Today was the start of the eagerly awaited ICC World Twenty20 Europe Region Qualifiers in Holland when Spain and 17 other teams would vie for six places to proceed to the next stage. The ambitious tournament split the teams into three Groups of Six with Spain being placed in Group B alongside Belgium, Finland, Isle of Man and Italy and Jersey. 

In the draw Spain were handed a tough start with a match up against Italy in Voorburg. The Italians were in World Division Four as recently as 2016 but without star names like Gareth Berg, Damian Crowley and Carl Sandri they had a new look to their squad.

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Pinatar Pirates took another step closer to securing the ECCL Division Two title with a 30 run victory over Torrevieja CC at La Manga Resort last weekend.

Invited to bat after losing the toss the Pirates made a total of 198 all out, falling just two runs shy of a fourth batting point. J Singh hit a fine half century and other notable entries in the scorebook for Pinatar  were S Singh and L Singh, who made 45 and 21 respectively. Cullshaw bagged four wickets for Torrevieja who would have been happy at the interval with their work in the field.

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