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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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Delivering "major' events across three formats

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First Ever Game Under Floodlights - Pinatar Arena

September 2015

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Madrid United returned to the VCG yesterday for a league confrontation with Levante and put in a strong performance to emerge victorious by five wickets.

Winning the toss the visitors invited the hosts to bat and a fiery spell of opening bowling from Toqueer ensured runs were hard to come by. The first wicket fell with the score on 18 when Tony Little was clean bowled by the former Slough Town player for three.

Damian Garvey and Scott Burchell put on 50 for the second wicket but then Garvey and Levante captain both fell in the sixteenth over to put Levante on the back foot. From that point wickets fell at regular intervals as the home side were reduced to 142 all out by the 29th over.

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The first game saw St Georges play LCC. LCC won the toss and elected to field. LCC took an early wicket but then D.Smith (103) and A.French (35) steadied the ship with French falling on 114-2. Smith fell in the 31st over and St Georges finished up with a total of 217-4 to chase. LCC started well with M.Tahilani (29) scoring freely before falling in the 6th over. After the disappearance of the LCC captain, there was not much resistance with only one other batsman reaching double figures and LCC finishing on 76 all out. 

The second game between Khalsa and LCC was a fairly one sided affair. Khalsa won the toss and in a bid to extend their Net Run Rate lead batted first. They scored 249 for 8 wickets with most of the batsmen chipping in. In reply, LCC struggled to get any momentum throughout the innings falling well short at 91 all out. Khalsa then went top of the table by a clear win with a massively favourable Net Run Rate leaving St Georges all the work to do in the final game of the season. 

The final game of the season between St Georges and Cobras would decide the final league standings and proved to be the spectacle it deserved. Cobras winning the toss put St Georges in to bat. After losing an early wicket, St Georges seem settled reaching drinks at 113-1. Opener D.Smith (69) fell in the 22nd over leaving A.French (57) ticking over at the other end.

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Spanish international Yasir Ali will be hoping for silverware today when Punjab Rotterdam play in the Netherlands Domestic T-Twenty Finals Day.

In the semi final his club will meet current holders ACC for a place in the finals in Schiedam. The other semi final is contested between HBS Den Haag and Dosti United.

The two semi finals and the final itself can be followed live thanks to the Dutch Cricket Board on You Tube by clicking on the link 


Sporting Alfas strengthened their grip at the top of the ECCL Premier Division today with a convincing win over Valencia Star at the Woodbridge Oval.

Having won the toss the visitors decided to bat first and they started off well with Yasir in particular in sparkling form. The Valencia batsmen hit a quickfire 58 off just 22 balls.

However, the introduction of Faran Afzal changed the context of the game and the former Spanish International took four for 14 as the Valencia Star innings crumbled. The visitors were finally all out for just 128, claiming a second batting point by just three runs.

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Badalona Shaheen completed a comprehensive victory over City Lions last weekend with an 118 run victory in the latest Cataluyna League game.

Shaheen batted first and posted a mammoth 289 for five in their innings. Dilawar completed a fine unbeaten half century and he was sensibly supported in the middle of the innings by Farrukh (50) and Sajawal (24).

This was all after the openers Bilawal (49) and Mustafa (35) had given Shaheen a solid start in a fine opening partnership. Anique was the pick of the City Lions bowlers taking two wickets for 57 runs in his five over spell.

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Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 2nd X1 143 for 2 beat Pinatar Pirates CC 2nds 140 for 10

A week after Pinatar’s resounding home victory, the two teams faced off against each other once again, this time at the home of Alfas where the home side knew nothing but a victory would suffice if they wanted to keep in the race for the league, even after only 4 games played.

Like last week, the toss went the way of the home side and the visitors were asked to set a target. It was very nearly the perfect start as in the 2nd over, Perman got Singh to sky one to deep backward Gully where Ahm...Read full story.


The second phase for the selection of the Junior Cricket Team for Cataluyna takes place on July 23rd in Badalona.

The first phase took place in May when 39 players were selected to go through to the second phase of the process.

After the second phase is completed the squad will be trimmed down to just 25 players.

Prior to the second phase all nine clubs have members under consideration for the Under 19 squad.

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Two games were scheduled for the GPL last weekend put only one was played due to a downpour at the Angles Cricket Ground.

New Target CC and Olot Tigers were the unfortunates sides that were affected by the weather, so both teams received one point each towards their league total.

The match that did get to see some action was the confrontation between Salt CC and Girona Cricket Club and it was the former that won for their second success in consecutive matches, having disposed of Farners in the Cataluyna league the week before.

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Pak Barcelona and Empuriabrava entertained spectators with a feast of a game last weekend in a match that went right down to the wire before Pak Barcelona claimed victory by just five runs.

Batting first Pak Barcelona scored 205 for 7 from the over allocation. All nine batsmen that headed to the crease reached double figures but there was no one who managed to turn their good start into a particularly large score. Adil with 37 top scored and an unbeaten eighth wicket partnership between Amir (30) and Kamran (21) did ensure that their side did post a very competitive total.

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 The Cataluyna Cricket Association will be holding their inaugural Asia Cup on the 16th July at Montjuic Stadium in Barcelona.

The brainchild of the new Cataluyna Cricket Directorate it will feature players representing Pakistan, India and Bangladesh from the various federating clubs throughout the region.

Government Officials and numerous dignataries from the local community will attend the event. The opening ceremony will take place at 8.30 am in the morning, with the first match, a mouthwatering clash between India and Pakistan taking place half an hour later.

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