First Ever Game Under Floodlights - Pinatar Arena
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Pinatar II and Valencia Star were in league action last weekend at the Pinatar Arena and it was the home side that emerged victorious.
Stars won the toss and elected to field.Kevin Buckley and Gopi Singh put on 86 for the first wicket before Buckley was bowled by Jabar for the first of his four wickets.
Although G Singh made a fine 61 the innings of the day came from R Singh who hit 88 before being caught late in the day. Pinatar finished on 214 for 7 from their 40 oves....Read full story.
The following cricket article appeared in the Spanish press recently.
The squad fly out from Barcelona El Prat airport today for the six man tournament that starts tomorrow in Sweden.
Spain will be competing for promotion against Germany, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Israel and hosts Sweden.
Spanish and SACC captain Christian Muñoz invited Pinitar Pirates to set the score, Farhat and Akash opening for the visitors started well accumulating runs at a steady rate, until Farhat (10) was given LBW off Mohib, Munib raced to a dozen before Mohib got him well caught by Muñoz.
Sajid joined Akash who lost his way and was run out after leaving his crease for a walkabout! Sajid looked in good nick until his rash decision, after a well struck boundary, gave Muñoz a catch and Keiren Perman his only wicket on the day, when possibly he should have had more. Banks having to play a more defensive role than normal carried the innings for 45 minutes, but after a 10 minute Henessy partnership watched amazed we his partner allowed a full toss from Farans first ball smash into middle stump half way up....Read full story.
Just a few days to go before the Spanish Squad head to the most important tournament on their cricket calendar, the ICC World Europe Division Two Championships.
Spain will play in a round robin tournament against Israel, Isle of Man, Gibraltar, Gemany and hosts Sweden.
The 14 strong squad include 8 players from the 2014 tournament at La Manga and Faran Afzal also has ICC Competition experience from a previous tournament in Belgium. The five newcomers include four players that are based in Cataluyna and Jamie Roper of Sporting Alfas, who was called up after a family bereavement for Yasin Muhammad. Cricket Espana send our condolences to Yasin at this very difficult time....Read full story.
Levante II and Pinatar II were the latest teams to endure a league game in the hot sun at the VCG and it was the visitors from Murcia who came out on top.
The hosts batted first and started well enough putting on 63 for the first wicket thanks to openers Tony Little and Rob Pickford. Little was finally out for a well constructed 29.
Coming in at three was Mark Green, making his seasonal debut but he fell without troubling the scorers with jut one run added to the total....Read full story.
There were three games associated with the ECCL Leagues this weekend that started with a run festival in Torrevieja. The normally low scoring pitch saw over 500 runs scored in a ECCL Division Two contest between Torrevieja and Levante II.
Batting first the visitors scored an impressive 250 for 7 to accrue maximum batting points, a challenging feat at the best of times on the Torry wicket. Graham Hunt top scored with 89 and Tony Little was among the runs again, hitting a fine 66 for his team....Read full story.
Five games were played in the Cataluyna League last weekend as the four group tables begin to take shape.
Two games were played in Group A. In the first match Minhaj Cricket Club easily beat Espluges CC by six wickets. Espluges could only manage 167 in their twenty five overs and Minhaj chased the total down with four overs to spare.
The other Group A game was the top of the table clash between Cataluyna CC and Badalona Shaheen. Cataluyna batted first and scored 133 for 6 from their over allocation. In reply Shaheen only managed 118 all out to fall to a fifteen run defeat....Read full story.
Levante had played Valencia Stallions fifteen times previously in league and friendlies and had not registered a victory against their local rivals until yesterday's encounter.
On another hot day at the VCG the Stallions won the toss and elected to bat. Both openers started well and it was not until the ninth over with 55 on the board that Levante took their first scalp. That signalled a steady flow of wickets as Levante took control of the game.
Their inspiration came from an unlikely source as veteran Pete West rolled back the years to take his first five wicket haul in a quarter of a century. His guily mixture of spin and flight proved too tempting for the Stallion batsmen who played reckless shots to give away their wickets cheaply....Read full story.
A weak Torre team travelled up to face Alfas in a top V bottom clash in League 2, Torre missing some of their more familiar faces and Alfas looking to get back to winning ways after last week's loss.
Winning the toss, Torre's captain elected to bat and Darwin himself strode out to open with L. Blann. Both openers saw through the 1st 10 overs with out loss, albeit with a few chances put down, Blann riding his luck a bit. Finally, with the score on 64, Blann (45) went for a big hit to bring up his 50 but only managed to hit it high up into the sun. Byrne called it while the bowler Waqar wanted it as well, a dangerous collision narrowly avoided as Byrne went over and Waqar went under, the 'keeper holding onto the catch and Alfas had the breakthrough.
1 became 2 shortly after as Bash got Appleby (1) to pop one up into the waiting hands of Abdul and Torre were 67/2. That became 68/3 in the next over as Waqar continued his devestating spell by clean bowling Guichard (0) and then 2 runs and another over later he did the same to Rahul (0) 70/4.
Sporting Alfas saved their best league performance to date for the Madrid Stars and in the process took away the visitors unbeaten league record in a one sided performance that saw the home side romp home by 197 runs.
Batting first Alfas took maximum batting points, posting a score of 289 for 6 at the interval. Debutant S. Bhatti made an impressive start by scoring an unbeaten century and he was ably supported by Adam Algar and Christian Munoz who both contributed with half centuries....Read full story.