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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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First Ever Game Under Floodlights - Pinatar Arena

September 2015

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Five games were played in the Cataluyna League last weekend as the four group tables begin to take shape.

Two games were played in Group A. In the first match Minhaj Cricket Club easily beat Espluges CC by six wickets. Espluges could only manage 167 in their twenty five overs and Minhaj chased the total down with four overs to spare.

The other Group A game was the top of the table clash between Cataluyna CC and Badalona Shaheen. Cataluyna batted first and scored 133 for 6 from their over allocation. In reply Shaheen only managed 118 all out to fall to a fifteen run defeat.  

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Levante had played Valencia Stallions fifteen times previously in league and friendlies and had not registered a victory against their local rivals until yesterday's encounter.

On another hot day at the VCG the Stallions won the toss and elected to bat. Both openers started well and it was not until the ninth over with 55 on the board that Levante took their first scalp. That signalled a steady flow of wickets as Levante took control of the game.

Their inspiration came from an unlikely source as veteran Pete West rolled back the years to take his first five wicket haul in a quarter of a century. His guily mixture of spin and flight proved too tempting for the Stallion batsmen who played reckless shots to give away their wickets cheaply.

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Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 2nd X1 105 for 1 beat Torrevieja 104 all out

A weak Torre team travelled up to face Alfas in a top V bottom clash in League 2, Torre missing some of their more familiar faces and Alfas looking to get back to winning ways after last week's loss.

Winning the toss, Torre's captain elected to bat and Darwin himself strode out to open with L. Blann. Both openers saw through the 1st 10 overs with out loss, albeit with a few chances put down, Blann riding his luck a bit. Finally, with the score on 64, Blann (45) went for a big hit to bring up his 50 but only managed to hit it high up into the sun. Byrne called it while the bowler Waqar wanted it as well, a dangerous collision narrowly avoided as Byrne went over and Waqar went under, the 'keeper holding onto the catch and Alfas had the breakthrough.

1 became 2 shortly after as Bash got Appleby (1) to pop one up into the waiting hands of Abdul and Torre were 67/2. That became 68/3 in the next over as Waqar continued his devestating spell by clean bowling Guichard (0) and then 2 runs and another over later he did the same to Rahul (0) 70/4.

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Sporting Alfas saved their best league performance to date for the Madrid Stars and in the process took away the visitors unbeaten league record in a one sided performance that saw the home side romp home by 197 runs.

Batting first Alfas took maximum batting points, posting a score of 289 for 6 at the interval. Debutant S. Bhatti made an impressive start by scoring an unbeaten century and he was ably supported by Adam Algar and Christian Munoz who both contributed with half centuries.

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La Manga Club has teamed up with Cricket Ireland and Cricket Scotland in a new long-term partnership to create a European Cricket Performance Centre at the world-famous Spanish resort – the first of its kind in Europe.

In a ground-breaking agreement, the top sports and leisure resort has signed a ten-year deal with the two national organisations to develop an exclusive warm-weather overseas training base in Murcia, south-east Spain.

Designed to help prepare men’s and women’s teams for international cricket as well as assisting with the development of players and coaches, the first phase of the jointly-funded project is set to open in January 2017.

In a joint statement, Cricket Ireland and Cricket Scotland expressed their delight with the development and said: “This is the culmination of a long-term project to develop state-of-the-art training facilities on continental Europe.

“Rather than having to travel to the UAE or further afield to escape our long winters, our players at all levels now have the chance to train in a cost-effective way on world-class grass and artificial surfaces in a warm-weather southern European setting on a year-round basis.

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Levante and Valencia Stallions put on a fantastic game of cricket in the searing heat and it was the visitors that eventually took the spoils in a match were the result was in doubt right until the very last ball.

Winning the toss, Levante elected to bat and started well from the very first ball. Opener Tim Lucas hit 54 but the stand out innings was from the returning Bhavin Khakkad who smashed a fantastic 83. Looking comfortable for a century he inexplicably offered a simple caught and bowled chance on the last ball before the second drinks break (30th over) that let the Stallions back into the game.

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Madrid Star continued their impressive start to the League campaign by claiming yet another resounding victory to make it five wins from five games.

Batting first Madrid never recovered from an horrendous start and only two of their players made double figures during their innings. The main threat for the Stars came from Tasawar whose excellent bowling spell returned figures of five wickets for just 19 runs.

Madrid were finally all out for just 115 runs.

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Pinatar proved too strong for a spirited Torrevieja side and recorded a comprehensive victory in the latest ECCL Division Two encounter.

Pinatar batted first and posted a very challenging 270 for 7 for the home side to chase down. R Singh  top scored with 73 before being run out and then he was well supported by his counterparts P Singh and G Singh who scored 52 and 40 respectively.

In reply, the home side plugged away gamefully from the first to last ball but they struggled to make of a positive inroad into the required total. They did, however, manage to deny the visitors maximim bowling points as they batted out their overs to record a score of 148 for 8.

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Valencia Stars made their first trip to the Woodbridge Oval this season and came away with a 47 run victory.

After winning the toss the Stars elected to bat, but things did not go according to plan as they lost three quick wickets.

Then a 94 run partnership ensued between Mohsin and Hassan. Hassan went on to top score for his club with a fine 44 runs. 

The innings was given additional momentum by a fine innings from Asad who smashed 40 runs from just 15 balls. The visitors finally carded a total of 180 all out.

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Menorca Cricket Club had 32 local kids come down to Balearic Cricket HQ recently as part of their summer camp activities.

A massive thank you to Derek and Sue Pritchard and Jake Cockcroft for helping out and giving up their time.

Great to be involved with local community activities & initiatives.!!!

Simon Barker

Menorca Cricket Club Captain