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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.

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Triangular Series - La Manga - March 2019

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The La Manga resort played home to a Junior Cricket Festival last week with six teams taking part in the event.  

Five teams came from the UK (Danes Hill "A", Danes Hill "B", Kingswood School, First Cricket Academy and Barlastan CC) and the sixth team Ceylon Cricket Academy returned again this year to complete the teams on show.

The tournament was categorised as an Under 13 tournament of mixed genders, but players as young as eight competed throughout the four days of cricket.

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We entertained the Shepway Stragglers this weekend. They're a wandering side from Kent made up with a fine blend of youth and experience. The younger element far outweighing the elder unfortunately for Menorca.

The weather was a marked improvement on last weeks chilly start to the season

On Saturday Menorca won the toss and elected to take to the field. Both Wilson and skipper Cotton bowled economically at the offset with the latter removing Shepway's opener Baker - White for a second ball duck. After that we saw some superb hitting from both Jasper Smallwood and Ben Simpson. Simpson hitting a 64 ball ton including 8 sixes. Smallwood also hit 8 sixes in his 87. Menorca had bowled reasonably economically but the middle overs were punished with Sturgeon and Day coming in for some punishment. Shepway amassed 248/8 in their allotted overs which at this stage of the season with the outfield nearly as slow as some of the movement in the field is quite an achievement.

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El Torneo de Criquet (Tape ball cricket Tournament Madrid,Spain)

En el Torneo participaron ocho equipos de España. Madrid Super Stars Burgos Cricket Club Vitoria-Gasteiz CC Puerto Zalmi Valencia Valencia Eagles Ayora Qalandars Madrid B Zamaraga Cricket Club

De los cuales Madrid SS,Vitoria-Gasteiz CC, Zamaraga Cricket Club y Ayora Qalandars(Valencia) llegaron en Semi Finales.

En primer Semi Final Madrid SS vs Vitoria CC. Madrid bateo primero hizo 62 carreras en 3 overs, en respuesta solo pudieron hacer 10 Carreras en sus 3 overs. Muhammad Ali y Ali Cheema fueron mejor lanzadores del partido.

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Last weekend an experimental Spanish 'A' side finished runners up in the T20 La Manga Classic competition. 

The annual event at the Murcia based complex attracted six teams this year included a team from Germany. The hosts were joined by Dusseldorf CC, Barking CC, Barnes CC, The Royal Engineers and the ECB England Deaf squad.

During the round robin group stage it became apparent that the two strongest teams in the competition on this particular weekend were the Spanish 'A' side and the England Deaf squad.

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To make sure that every kids practice sports in school as access to sport Barcelona city government has initiated a project called "L'escola fa esport a la ciutat" (School sports in the city) . Previously under this project there was other sports activities but with the success of the project "Barcelona Cricket Jove" city council decided to add cricket as one of the sports of this project.

Around 300 students came to the CEM Mar bella near the Sant Marti beach of Barcelona as part of this activity. Where FEEB provided all the support to learn and play cricket.

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The third team joining Malta and Spain in the triangular event at La Manga last weekend was Estonia.

Unfortunately, several players from the Eastern European country did not meet the eligibility clearance required by ICC Europe to make it a T20I event so the matches were re-classified as friendlies.

Nontheless the games were taken very seriously by both sides and it was the hosts that won both matches to stay unbeaten through the course of the tournament.

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Spain came out of the triangular series with Estonia and Malta unbeaten, and more importantly, showed renewed energy and focus under the guidance of their new National Team Coach Pete Williams.

The first game against Malta was the last match on day one of the Triangular series and with both teams having won their matches against Estonia it would decide who sat on top of the leaderboard after each team had played two matches .

Malta batted first but found the strength and depth of the Spanish bowling too difficult to handle. Only two of the Maltese batsmen reached double figures as the visitors managed just 98 for 9 from their twenty overs. Tom Vine was the pick of the bowlers for Spain, finishing with figures of four for 28, whilst debutant Taqueer Hussain also bowled well and bagged his first ever wicket for the hosts, by clean bowling Sumair Khan in the fourth over to start the Maltese demise.

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Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 1st X1 195 for 4 beat Gloucs Seniors 193 for 10

Gloustershire OB´s won the toss and decided to have a bat on the evergreen Woodbridge Oval wicket. Collinson the first to fall when Bobby Nix calmly passed the ball to Geoff Evans who juggled it until it finally nestled safely in his hands.

Thomas came and went rather quickly when the pace of Ahmad troubled him and a leading edge popped up to Amjad at cover point. Ahmad´s second on the day. Meanwhile Kyle Roper did Bobby Nix for pace and the wicket keeper who was returning after a few weeks absence from Albir had to sadly sit out the rest of the days play. Baker became Ahmad´s third victim clean bowled. Lawson(19) fell to a blinding J Perman catch reaching high and backwards to secure Shenkman a wicket. Feebery(32) became Shenkman´s second when playing around a full straight one. Edge lived up to his name and edged one off the inside of his bat giving Waseem a wicket.

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Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 1st X1 169 for 7 beat Goose Green C C 168 for 10

Goose Green opted to bat on their first visit to the Woodbridge Oval, the first 6 overs from Abdul and Ahmad made the visitors rue the decision, Ahmad claiming his first with his first ball Taylor edging one that Laundon took comfortably. Abdul not to be out done had Glassey reaching to place the ball into the hands of Shenkman at point. 10 for two. from three. The next three overs put the match securely in the hands of SACC skipper Laundon who caught Lawton and Twiss for zero and Bispham for 4 leaving the visitors stumbling on 10-5 from 6 overs. A great start for SACC openers, Abdul 3 overs 2 for 10 and Ahmad with the days best figures of 3 overs 2 maidens 3 wickets for 4 runs.

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