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Fantastic evening on the beautiful island of Ibiza with the local cricket club giving the mature students at the Algarb college in Sant Jordi a cricket coaching session as part of their "Sports of the World" programme.
Congratulations to Ibiza CC on a fantastic season on and off the pitch that as seen them win the Andrew Bond Trophy against Sporting Alfas for only the second time in 23 years and for successfully host a series of touring sides throughout the season.
Day Three of the National Finals was contested between Sporting Alfas of the ECCL and Cataluyna Tigers with the winner knowing beforehand that a victory would see them crowned the champions of Spain.
On an overcast day and with rain in the air Alfas won what could have been a crucial toss and unsuprisingly asked the Cataluyna champions to bat first. Alfas should have had the perfect start but opener Muhammad Ilyas was dropped first ball in the slips. This was to prove somewhat costly because he went on to make 46 in Cataluyna's total of 286 for 9....Read full story.
Game Two in the Triangular series to establish the Spanish National Finals took place between St George of Lanzarote and Cataluna Tigers at the Woodbridge Oval today.
St George won the toss for the second consecutive day and once again elected to bat. Wickets fell with too much frequency for the Lanzarote outfit and they were finally bowled out for just 137 in the 30th over.
Opener Michael McDermott top scored with 33 and Gareth James and Gary Cooper boosted the St George total with cameos worth 23 runs and 25 runs respectively. The pick of the bowlers for the Tigers was Amir Jafri, who took five wickets for just 14 runs. His 29 balls also included a wicket maiden and the Tigers also got a run out off of his bowling....Read full story.
The Spanish National Finals kicked off today with a clash between the Lanzarote champions St George CC and the ECCL Champions Sporting Alfas CC.
The islanders won the toss and elected to bat first. They posted a total of 167 for 7 from their forty overs with Andy French top scoring with a well grafted 40 runs. For Alfas Jack Perman and Wasim Butt took two wickets apiece to put the ECCL side in a strong position at the interval.
The Alfas innings did not start as planned as the lost two early wickets with just 18 on the board. However, a century plus partnership between Spanish international Faran Afzal and Wasim Butt turned the game in Sporting's favour and they finally overtook the St George score in the 29th over with six wickets in hand....Read full story.
SPENCER DAWES ALICANTE CUP
20TH NOVEMBER 2016
The annual close to the season rolled around once again as the Intellectuals pulled up to Alfas to celebrate the life of the late great Spencer Dawes and compete for the Alicante Cup, won last year by Alfas thanks to a man of the match display by Kieran Perman, who was not able to play this time around, who could claim his mantel and win the trophy for their team?
Richards struck first blood by winning the toss and deciding to set a target. Alfas took to the field and were joined by Falkner and Naveed from the Intellectuals to get things going. However, it was not long before Falkner was back in the hut, Basharat Ali cleaning up the stumps with his 4th ball, strangely enough, this turned out to be the only clean bowled of the Alfas innings, for once, the fielding side held, well not all of their catches but enough!
Shakeel was in next and brought unending enthusiasm with him, wanting to run on every ball and always looking for the single, much to Naveed’s annoyance it seemed! The batsman having to tell his eager partner to calm down a couple of times in their stand. However, the stand never really got off the ground as in the 6th over, Ahmed slipped one a little wide down the leg side which Shakeel nicked and Byrne took the catch diving away to his left. 12/2 off 6.
For the second consecutive year the cricket season will culminate with the Spanish National Finals at the picturesque Woodbridge Oval in Albir.
The ground, which is the home of Sporting Alfas, will host the finals from the 25th - 27th November in a triangular 40 over event.
First up on the Friday, the Lanzarote champions. St George CC will take on the ECCL champions Sporting Alfas. The following day the Cataluyna Champions compete against St George and the final day sees Sporting Alfas take on Cataluyna Tigers....Read full story.
Ibiza showed up in high spirits after their resounding victory the day before in the Andrew Bond Cup and were looking to make it a clean sweep against the 2nd’s on a fine November’s Sunday.
With the toss being bypassed for a quick round of Hot Potato, Alfas took the field while Ibiza were to set a target. Captain Gooda and R. Parmenter took guard, Braithwaite steadied himself and….a Maiden started us off. However, the 2nd over was a bit more exciting, Hamza coming up from the bottom end, Parmenter hit one straight back and was called through by Gooda who forgot to look behind him! Skipper Perman gathering the ball and scoring a direct hit saw Parmenter run out 1st ball!! Gooda not doing a good job at hiding his hysterics either at the other end.
Feazy joined his skipper at the crease and took over calling duties from Gooda and they stayed together for 7 overs before Hamza got Feazy to sky one of his own bowling and managed to take a decent high effort, 15/2 off 8.
G. Cooper was next in and put on a quick 30 with his skipper before Gooda fell to the newest streak in Spanish Cricket getting extended. A. Ransom, who in his 1st two games for Alfas took a wicket with rank long hop got the money ball again and Gooda could only look on aghast as he picked out Amhed in the covers. 45/3 off 14.
Match Number Eight in the Cataluyna Junior League was an entertaining game between two of tyhe front runners Cataluyna CC and Girona Warriors.
Cataluyna won the toss and elected to bat. After the loss of the two openers early on the Cataluyna batsmen buckled down to post the challenging score of 144 for 9 from their over allocation. Sikandar top scored with 39 runs and he was well supported by several other team mates.
In reply the Warriors were are out for 97. The Cataluyna fielding was first rate with seven catches bagged and three run outs in the bowling column....Read full story.
For only the second time in 23 years Ibiza CC have won the Saturday game against the Sporting Alfas first team to claim the Andrew Bond trophy.
The trophy, named after one of the founding members of the Albir based club is played for annually, normally in November when the Islanders take the short trip across the Mediterranean to grace the Woodbridge Oval with their cricketing and social skills.
Alfas batted first. Ibiza,well marshalled by first time tour skipper Sam Gooda, restricted the home side to 110 for 7 off 35 overs. Man of the match Steve Hadlow was in fine form for the visitors taking three wickets and bagging two fine catches....Read full story.
The final weekend of the cricket season on the beautiful island of Menorca saw the hosts partake in a triangular tournament with teams from Andorra and Barcelona.
The forty over format started with a contest between Menorca and Andorra. Menorca batted first and scored 204-7 with J Davies top scoring with 78. For the visitors P Lucas took three wickets for the cost of just 29 runs.
Andorra struggled from the off in their innings and were finally bowled out for just 118. P Lucas scored a huge percentage of their runs scoring 87, whilst J Davies was also among the wickets taking four wickets for 22 runs. R Sturgeon also chipped in with three wickets for the hosts....Read full story.