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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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Iniciación de cricket para los jóvenes de Barcelona.

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Junior cricket classes are to start in Barcelona.

It is open to everyone between 12 and 18 years old and will be on Saturday mornings.

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Cataluyna Cricket Club were crowned the Forty Overs National Champions of Spain last weekend after overcoming St George CC of Lanzarote and Pinatar Pirates of the ECCL in a triangular tournament played over three days.

The first day of the three day event was a contest between St George and Lanzarote. The team from the Gran Canarias won the toss and decided to bat first. Unfortunately they failed to impress with the bat and were bowled out for just 133 runs. Gilly Singh top scored with 24 runs, whilst Paul Hennessy ended up with bowling figures of three for 20.

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Pupils from Shoreless Lake School were given cricket equipment at La Manga recently. 

The four students from Columbia, Ecuador, Spain and the USA had come to watch the scheduled game between Scotland and Spain which unfortunately had to be cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch.

Teacher Iain Clark has started cricket sessions at the International school in Totana and contacted Cricket Espana regarding the Spain v Scotland match.

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After 10 years with Cricket Espana Bobby Denning has decided to step down as our head coach.

Cricket Espana would like to thank Bobby for all his efforts over this time and for the highs and low we have endured together.

It has been a pleasure working with you and we wish you all the best for the future. 

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A Cricket Espana XI will take on a very strong Cricket Scotland XI in a T-Twenty exhibition game at La Manga resort on Thursday 15th November, start time 11 am.

At the ICC Conference in Dublin this summer both of the countries CEO's (John Howden of Spain and Malcolm Cannon of Scotland) discussed the possibility of some kind of interaction between the two countries whenever Scotland use their warm weather training base on the Murcia coastline.

True to their word, Cricket Scotland contacted Cricket Espana last month about the possibility of an exhibition game at their end of their current visit and the hosts were eager to jump at the chance of playing against such quality opposition.

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The Cataluyna Premier League fixtures have finally been announced and Barcelona Qalanders will start the defence of their title against newcomers Boom Boom Badalona on December 2nd.

The weekends of December the 8th and 9th and December 15th and 16th will see the bulk of the games played with eighteen matches in total scheduled for those two weekends.

The final itself will take place on Sunday December the 23rd at the Montjuic Stadium in Barcelona.

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A great spectacle was on offer at the Woodbridge Oval Albir, a competition being fought out by Torrevieja CC, Pinatar Pirates CC and the home side Sporting Alfas CC.

An early start was required and despite the heavens sending down a steady flow, PPCC and Torrimanga started on time at 9:30 am. PPCC batting first, giving all teams a standard to work on. PPCC reached 114 from their overs with Ravi Panchal top scoring with a classy 54. Torrivieja never really catching up after P Hennessy removed three wickets for 5 runs from his two overs, despite fine efforts from T, Culshaw (17) and C ,Woods (12) that gave TCC a respectable 55 in their over allotment. 

Second match. TCC and SACC, the home skipper won the toss and elected to bat first. Opener on the day Jack Perman was gleefully sent back to the changing rooms by S. Khan when facing his first ball, allowing F Afzal an early opportunity which he took with G Crompton, Both batsmen were striking the ball well until G Crompton nicked behind falling on 26 from 13 balls. Muñoz (36f rom 18) and Afzal (64 from 20) then smashed the luckless bowlers reaching 141 from their overs. TCC hung around and with the help of SACC bowlers reached 78 with 19 coming in extras. Culshaw again in the runs with 29 and T Knowles enjoying his company reaching 22, just over half the runs required.

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After losing the first two days of play to torrential rain the likes the city of Valencia had not seen for nearly thirty years the Valencia Smash finally got under way as a triangular round robin event. 

Hosts Levante would entertain the Mumbai Jaguars and Jai Ho from the UK and it was the latter two that kicked off the contest.

Jai Ho won the toss and put the team from India into bat. Venting his frustration at the loss of two days play the Jaguars opener Aditya hit the first ball for six and immediately his side were on the front foot. Beligerent hitting continued throughout the innings as the Jaguars posted the formidable total of 254 for 1. Siddarth scored a fine 62 not out but Aditya was the star of the show finishing on 138 not out in a knock that included 18 fours and seven sixes.

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Pinatar Pirates got the 16 points they required from their final match with Madrid to overtake Sporting Alfas and become the new champions of the ECCL 45 over league.

With rain forecast in the La Manga area for the early afternoon it was a relief to the Pinatar players that the resort itself was clear and dry because only a win would suffice if they were to become the new champions of the region.

Madrid won the toss and invited Pinatar to bat first. The Pirates decided on the unusual opening partnership of the Panchal brothers (Akash and Ravi) and it proved to be a winning decision as the pair put on 255 for the first wicket. Akash finally fell for 90 but Ravi went on to finish out on 138 as Pinatar secured all five batting points available. Their innings finally ended on 318 for 3.

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