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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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Both sides provided an entertaining game of cricket in a low scoring game that eventually went the way of Torrevieja by a mere eight runs. Both teams were playing their first game of the season and it was the bowlers who took the honours for their respective clubs this time around.
Batting first Torrevieja failed to reach three figures as they were bowled out for a sub par 82. Bobby Nix and S. Mohammad took three wickets each for the visitors as Alfas looked to be in complete control at the half way stage. However Lee "Pops" Brown had other ideas as he returned match winning figures of 5-9 from his ten over spell to give the home side an unexpected victory....Read full story.
April saw the return of cricket to the VCG and after a successful intersquad t20 on Sunday 6th it was visitors CheadleCC CC who were to put Levante to the sword the following weekend…
Arriving on the Friday a day-night T20 under the floodlights was the opening game for Cheadle CC and it proved to be a challenge for the inexperienced Levante seconds, loose bowling and apathy in the field gave the visitors the chance to open their shoulders amassing a daunting target of 195....Read full story.
It was a busy weekend at the Mallorca Cricket Club ground on the outskirts of Magalluf as MCC were entertaining Beacon CC from the Birmingham League on both Saturday and Sunday. With the sun high in the sky on both days the teams produced some great competitive cricket.
Mallorca’s Saturday X1 skipper Gareth Davis lost the toss and Beacon CC opted to bat first on a very warm day. All seemed serene as Beacon proceeded to 22 runs before Reece ‘played around’ a straight ball from Babar and this triggered off a mini-collapse whereupon Pickford (11) and Bishton (1) soon followed with only 38 runs on the scoreboard....Read full story.
ECCL Regional Junior Squad V STK Cricket Academy
Over the last six months Cricket Espana has been working hard with its junior development, and in 2013 plans were put in place to introduce a street cricket program supported by ICC Europe to various regions in Spain that allowed younger players to experience a shorter fun version to the game of cricket....Read full story.
MALLORCA PIPPED AT THE POST BY GRASSHOPPERS CC
For the first competitive game of the season Mallorca Cricket Club entertained Grasshoppers CC of Shropshire on Saturday at the club ground Magalluf. MCC fielded a youthful multi-national team bristling with talent. A quick check of the team sheet revealed that the following nationalities were represented in the Mallorca team…….England, Australia, South Africa, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka; now that’s what you call international! Mallorca skipper Gareth Davis, who is a Cornishman despite his name, decided to bat first on a blameless sunny afternoon....Read full story.
After last weekends game at Sonseca was washed out due to a heavy downpour the Madrid Regional league finally got under way with Madrid II entertaining league newcomers Triskell Taverners.
Madrid batted first and scored 125 all out of 27.1 overs. Sumon Hossain top scored for Madrid, notching up 45 runs in the process and he was well supported by Sarrangapani who added 19 runs to the Madrid cause.
For Triskel, Tony was the pick of the bowlers taking 3-31. The Taverners batting struggled against the penetrative bowling attack of Madrid and could only manage 83 all out from 23.5 overs. Tony completed a good day for him personally by amassing 36 runs of the Triskel total. Unfortunately, none of his team mates made double figures to give Madrid a comfortable 42 run victory....Read full story.
Recently several promising youngsters came to Spain with the Tom Maynard Junior Academy to work on their cricketing skills. Cameron Herring of Gloucestershire CCC gives feedback on the experience ..
Cameron Herring has just returned from a training camp in Spain organised by the Tom Maynard Trust.
In an exclusive blog written for the Gloucestershire CCC website, the young wicketk eeper gives supporters an insight into his experiences on what proved an enjoyable and valuable trip....Read full story.
Recently Cricket Espana President Juan Carlos Rodriguez was asked by Cadena Ser Radio to do a short interview on cricket in Spain to coincide with the current ICC Twenty/Twenty World Cup. Here is the interview, in Spanish, in full.
Spain finished their warm up games against Leeds Metropolitan University with four wins out of four last weekend and then hours later submitted their squad for the ICC Europe Division Three tournament that will be held in La Manga later this month.
As well as the players Spain will also have Level Four coach Bobby Denning and Performance analyst Peter Williams on hand for the full event....Read full story.
ECCL Division Two started the season with a clash between Alicante based Intellectuals and a new club La Manga Kings. The latter intend to use the club to introduce youngsters to the game of cricket and give them the opportunity of competitive cricket in a league environment.
Intellectuals opened the batting at the Bonalba ground and lost two quick wickets before Richards calmed the home supporters nerves with a well crafted 43. Ahmed and Laurence McGarry ably supported the number three bat as the Intellectuals innings ended on 118 all out off 32.5 overs....Read full story.