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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.

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SPAIN NATIONAL SQUAD

La Manga Cricket Tournament April 2018

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COME AND PLAY CRICKET AT LA MANGA CLUB RESORT - THE HOME OF SPANISH CRICKET.

Next Major Events 5th- 9th April 2018  T20 Tournament 

8th - 12th April 2018  Youth cricket festival

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Spanish over 40´s Cricket team Victorious in Denmark

This year the Spanish over 40s team travelled to Denmark to compete in the annual Quadrangular tournament, an international tournament fought out by 4 teams, Denmark (Dansk XL), England (Forty club XL), Holland (SGS XL) and Spain.

In the past two years, in Spain and Holland the Spanish team successfully won the T20 competition and were keen to make it a hat trick of wins in Denmark. Importantly though, the squad were also aiming to make a strong challenge for the more prestigious 45 over competition which it always failed to perform in.

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DENMARK 292 ALL OUT BEAT BY SPAIN 63 ALL OUT BY 174 RUNS

Match Sixteen of the ICC CWC Under 19 qualifier in Europe saw Denmark come out strong winners against Spain at St Margaretsbury Cricket Club in Essex today.

Spain bowling first had the Danish opener Aqdus Raqhman bowled by Riaz off the very first ball of the day to give the Spanish an encouraging start. However, as in previous games they came up against one batsmen in particular who was in scintillating form. This time it was in the shape of Lucky Ali who made a fine century for his country before being clean bowled by Kyle Roper late in the Danish innings.

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An absolute run feast took place at the Woodbridge Oval as Sporting Alfas added another twenty points in their win bank to continue their stranglehold on the top of the ECCL Premier Division.

Put into bat by Valencia Stars the home side opened with the new partnership of Gary Crompton and Wajid Abdul. Crompton survived a difficult chance behind when on one, and then went on to carry his bat through the innings with a fantastic knock of 237 not out. He was well supported by Abdul, who made an equally fine 108, and together they accumulated 339 for the first wicket. This was a record for Alfas, surpassing the previous one of 256 set by Phil Pennick and Mark Spencer against the Nomads in March 2012.

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La Manga played host to the contest between Pinatar and Madrid United and once again it was a batters paradise as both teams scored over 300 to ensure over 1300 runs were scored in the two ECCL Premier League games played yesterday. 

Batting first Pinatar had two centurions in their final total of 344 for 5. Opener Akash Panchal crafted a fine 106 whilst Happy Singh hit exactly 100 before retiring due to heat exhaustion. Qadar toiled valiantly for the team from the capital and took three wickets for his endeavours.

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NETHERLANDS 257 FOR 5 BEAT BY SPAIN 63 ALL OUT BY 194 RUNS

Spain's third match in the event was at Bishop Stortford and against one of the hot favourities for promotion, The Netherlands.

Spain bowled first and amazingly had the Dutch struggling at nought for two with Riaz bagging another two wickets in his first over. From that point on the Netherlands took control, with Spain having no answer to the batting of Etman. The Dutch youngster hit a sparkling 140 not out off 170 balls in an innings that included eleven fours and one six.

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NORWAY 190 FOR 7 BEAT BY SPAIN 187 ALL OUT BY THREE WICKETS

With both teams suffering defeats in their first game yesterday it was a chance to get back on track in the tournament almost immediately. The toss was won by Spain who without hesitation decided to bat. A different opening partnership of Charlie Hunt and Shehryaar Riaz gave "La Seleccion" a steady start, taking them to 26 without loss until the latter was caught behind off the bowling of Niazi for six.

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BELGIUM 118 FOR 5 BEAT SPAIN 115 ALL OUT BY FIVE WICKETS.

Spain started their ICC CWC Qualifier Europe Division tournament with a match up against Belgium at Harlow Cricket Ground in Essex. The squads training preparations was hampered by a cancelled flight from Barcelona for the Cataluyna based boys meaning they did not arrive in the UK until yesterday morning.

With the other three matches of the day delayed by rain this was the only fixture to get off on time and Spain were put into bat after Belgium won the toss. Playing on a grass wicket was a new experience for a lot of the boys and it showed as there was a constant flow of wickets to the delight of the Belgian contingent in the crowd.

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Madrid Super Stars overtook Levante CC for third place in the ECCL Premier League with a comfotable 65 win victory in a game dominated by both sides bowling attacks.

Levante elected to field after winning the toss and with Sami and Bruno Nunges bowling in tandem the home side bagged three wickets in the first ten overs for just 52 runs.

Levante continued to take wickets at regular intervals until late resistance from Tasawar (39) and Imran Younus took the total to just over the two hundred mark.

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Today the final 14 players for the Junior Spanish team were announced for the ICC Europe Under 19 Division Two tournament that takes place in Essex later this month.

The team comprises of eight players from the ECCL and six players from Cataluyna. Mark Perman will be the National Team Manager for the event with Armaghan Khan taking on Coaching duties.

The Junior Development Manager of Cricket for Spain Neil Brook let the Juniors know by an official Cricket Espana letter today.

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