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La Manga Cricket Tournament October 2017
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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.
La Manga Cricket Tournament October 2017
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COME AND PLAY CRICKET AT LA MANGA CLUB RESORT - THE HOME OF SPANISH CRICKET.
8th - 12th April 2018 Youth cricket festival...Read full story.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ALL AT CRICKET ESPANA
Lots of activities around the country this festive period with several of our clubs.
Sporting Alfas had a great end to the year by winning the "Team of the Year" in the region. Many of their members were present when the award was presented to them at the Pau Gasol Arena in Alfas recently.
The Girona Premier League is down to the semi final stages with United CC, Empuriabrava CC, Garrotxa CC and Salt CC all vying to be crowned champions....Read full story.
It is with great sadness that Cricket Espana reports the death of Gary Potton. Gary, one of the best loved umpires in Spanish cricket passed away in hospital on December 10th.
Gary’s wife Jan and family contacted Ron Graham initially to share the sad news with the Spanish cricketing fraternity, all of whom are most welcome to attend the funeral and the reception afterwards.
The funeral is at 10.30 am on Friday 15th December at Tanatorio Crematorio San Pedro de Pinatar. The reception is at 12 noon at The Greenwich Bar and Grill, Avenida Costa Blanca, 118, 03191 Torre de la Horadada.
...Read full story.
On the 20th of November in a packed auditorium at the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas in Tres Cantos, Madrid, the Vice President of Madrid Cricket Club, Lewis Clark, gave an hour long talk to students on the sport of cricket.
Dressed in whites and armed with a collection of cricket equipment, Lewis started with a brief history of the game along with some of its stand-out figures such as WG Grace and Donald Bradman. He then covered the rudiments of the sport and its equipment, using videos to give the audience an idea of what a modern professional game loo...Read full story.
Valencia Sports Tours with the support of Levante CC and Cricket España welcomed 4 cricket clubs from the UK to the city of Valencia for the inaugural Valencia Smash! International T20 Tournament.
Played over 4 days of sunshine from 19 – 22 October, a total of 10 matches took place at the VCG (or as the locals call it, Campo de Beisbol) with sides Cowley Drifters, Freshfields, Herts Vets and West Hagley all making the trip to Valencia....Read full story.
Day Three of the National Finals at the Woodbridge Oval proved to be a fitting event for the closing of the 2017 League season. With Pak-Barcelona and Sporting Alfas having seen of the challenge of Lanzarote CA on previous days it was effectively a winner take all contest to be crowned the National Champions of Spain.
The hosts won the toss and unsuprisingly elected to bat. Openers Phil Pennick and Gary Crompton started sprightly, scoring 21 of the first three overs, but then found runs heavy going as they looked to time the ball on an outfield with still a little dew in places....Read full story.
Match two of the Cricket Espana national finals was between the Cataluyna regional winners Pak-Barcelona and Lanzarote CA and it was the former who came away victorious to set up a winner takes all game with Sporting Alfas tomorrow.
Lanzarote won the toss and elected to bat on another sunny day at the Woodbridge Oval. The opening bowlers of Tanveer Iqbal and Asjad Muhammad for the side from the North of Spain bowled economically in their combined opening spell of eight overs, yielding just 15 runs for the loss of Webb, caught behind off Aslam....Read full story.
The Cricket Espana National Cricket Finals started today and the triangular competition kicked off with Sporting Alfas seeing off a spirited challenge from Lanzarote CA.
The hosts won the toss and batted first in the 45 over competition. Openers Phil Pennick and Gary Crompton started cautiously but with every over gained in confidence. They eventually put on 84 for the first wicket before Crompton mistimed a ball from Nick Holmes into the waiting hands of Gilly Singh at mid-off when on 45....Read full story.
The Pinatar Pirates Cricket team ended their perfect season back where it began with a T20 victory in April earlier this year. From there they went on to win the T20 tournament at the Pinatar Arena, reach the final of the Last Man Stands European championship, win the La Manga T20 Classic tournament and in the same month, October 2017, became crowned the ECCL division two champions.
The Cartama Oval was a special place to them where they made many new friends, so being invited the take part in this "Sports World Spain Cricket Festival", T20 tournament was a real honour.
On Sunday the 27th of September, Madrid Cricket Club ran a kids cricket morning at the British Council School in Somosaguas, Madrid.
The event had originally been programmed for the spring but rain spoiled the fun, delaying the session until after the summer.
This time the weather was typically Spanish, sunny and warm, and perfect for cricket. While the parents sought out the shade, the 20+ primary school kids, many experiencing cricket for the first time, spent the 1st hour doing fielding and batting drills before splitting into 2 age groups and playing continuous cricket matches during the 2nd hour....Read full story.