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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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The league campaign continued for Alfas II's with an away match at troubled Intellectuals who, due to very sad news within their club, had struggled to field teams for their first two matches of the campaign. Alfas went looking for the win that would see them top the table but first had to tackle a tricky pitch.

Things started well when, with the toss lost, Intellectuals chose to bat, the decision forced on them as they only had 4 players at the start of the match. Alfas buoyed by this, looked to start well and apply some early pressure.

As was thought, the pitch proved difficult to score on, the mat making bowling unpredictable and the long outfield making scoring shots very difficult. Bash making the initial breakthrough in the 4th over getting Intellectuals Skipper to edge one which Evans took springing full stretch to his right! A truly thrilling catch showing what the right inspiration can do. K. Perman deciding he was not to be left out, struck with the first delivery of the next over, getting one to stay straight and taking middle stump from Wasley. At this stage, 5 overs in and with the last pair at the wicket, Alfas hoped for a quick end to proceedings but with Haider getting a life being dropped, the rest of the Intellectuals (Well, the remaining 5 they had) arrived and more of a match was in store.

Altaf and Haider stayed together for the next 7 overs before the introduction of Abdul brought an end to the big hitting Altaf for 14, trying once too often to clear the boundary and getting caught by Skipper Perman, ensuring that the one that matters, stays in the hands! K. Anwar was next in but fell quickly to Abdul, Tyler taking a good catch.

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Current ECCL Premier League Champions Sporting Alfas started this years campaign with a maximum points victory over last years Runners-Up Madrid United at the Woodbridge Oval last weekend.

Batting first the team from the capital struggled against the econimical Alfas bowling unit and were eventually bowled out for just 138 runs.

Paul Taylor continues to be as accurate as ever with his left arm spin bowling and he took a couple of wickets for just 11 runs. He was well supported by the former first team captain Kevin Laundon, who also took two wickets for 32 runs.

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El pasado domingo 17 de Mayo, entre las 11.00 hasta las 13.00 hrs. tuvo lugar en las pistas deportivas del colegio la actividad gratuita “Cricket in English”, destinada a dar a conocer el cricket entre los niños y niñas de Primaria y que se pudo celebrar gracias a la desinteresada organización por parte del Madrid Cricket Club, uno de cuyos integrantes es Lewis Clark, padre de tres alumnos de nuestro colegio, que se ocupó de todas las gestiones.

El evento resultó un gran éxito, en el que participaron 50 niños de Primaria a pesar de la fecha, en mitad del puente de San Isidro. Todo el equipo del Madrid Cricket ...Read full story.


8/05 Ibiza C.C. vs Mallorca C.C. 40 overs per side.
Mallorca 156 all out beat Ibiza 125 all out by 31 runs.

Ibiza Captain Graham Boe won the toss and asked Mallorca to bat first.The visitors lost their first wicket early but then their Captain Gareth Davis (20) and all rounder Ben Vickers (52) consolidated a 57 run partnership before several wickets fell in quick succession. South African Wes Walker (16) and Dave Papalexion (20) then batted steadily and led Mallorca to a run a ball 123/5 after 20 overs. After the break, Ibiza struck back with more wickets to restrict Mallorca to 156 all out in the 30th over. Ibiza bowlers Mike Amos (4/28), Johnno Gordon (2/47) and Graeme Cooper (2/32) had the most success, with Paul Cruttwell and Justin Manville contributing a wicket each.

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Madrid II CC beat Triskell Taverners last Sunday to cap a great weekend for the capital's first ever cricket club, following their first teams win over Alcorcon the day before.

The game against the pub side from Madrid in Sonseca started with Madrid batting and posting a substantial total. They finally ended up with a score of 264 all out with both Raghavendra Rao and Ed Hitchcock scoring half centuries.

Triskell tried valiantly to chase down the large total on a tempremental pitch but were finally all out for 161, 103 runs shy of the Madrid total.

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The 35 over season, sponsored by Naturally Floors, started with a real bang with some cracking matches played between hugely competitive teams.

First game of the season saw Lanzarote Wolves host PDC Cobras. Batting first Wolves found themselves in trouble early on, a combination of excellent bowling from Cobras and some poor shot selection saw Wolves struggling at 89 for 7. V. Singh with 2 for 9 off 7 overs particularly impressive once again. However a magnificent and game changing 8th wicket partnership of 160 between S. Chhina, 104 and S. Brettell, 52 not out saw Wolves post 271 for 9 from their 35 overs.

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Latest Cataluyna Cricket News :

This weekend is the start of the Cataluyna Junior League at the Campo de UAB in Barcelona. Kicking off proceedings are Cataluyna Junior CC against Barcelona Shabeen Junior CC. Admission is free and the game takes place on Sunday May 17th, 10 am start. 


In other news from the province the Cataluyna Cricket Association Vice President Robert Masih did a interview on the future of cricket in the region. Click on the link below to hear the interview. 

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One of the members of Levante Cricket Club got some exciting news recently when he was selected to play for Spain's Rugby League team in a pre qualifier of the European phase of the 2017 World Cup in Latvia last weekend.

Andrew Pilkington, an opening bowler for the Valencia club, not only played in Spain's win in the Upesciema Stadium, just outside Riga, but also scored a try in the 32-12 victory.

Spain will now join Malta and Greece in the next phase of the Rugby League World Cup 2017 qualifiers later this summer, with the winners going through to the final round of the European phase.

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Special report on Sant Andreu Cricket Club, Barcelona on you tube.

"L’espai del criquet a Barcelona"
Reportaje de Sant Andreu Cricket Club, realizado por Max Ledo y Albert Burjachs para El digital

Marta Martal

Presidenta Sant Andreu Cricket Club


Check out the beautifully painted china, cufflinks, jewellery pots, mugs and much more now available as part of the thirtieth birthday celebrations of Menorca Cricket Club. 

Please support the MCC's efforts to raise funds for charity.

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