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To promote cricket in Spain through clubs and academia.

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ECCL Division One Champions August 2014

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ECCL Champions Sporting Alfas ended the season in style with a convincing nine wicket victory over Valencia based Levante CC.

The visitors won the toss and elected to bat but were soon tottering at 23 for 4. Graham Hunt and Orville Senhouse played nicely as they tried to get Levante back in the game but in the final ball of the 15th over Hunt fell to a catch by Munoz off Kieran Perman with the drinks break looming.

Senhouse fell soon after drinks for a well crafted 60 and although the Levante tail wagged a little they were finally all out for a sub par 130.

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La Manga II beat rivals Torrevieja in this weekends top of the table clash but their win was tempered by the fact that after the game they were deducted ten points by the ECCL committee for fielding an ineligible player.

La Manga batted first and posted a total of 161 all out despite only three players reaching double figures. Vikash Singh top scored with 52 and he was well supported in a fourth wicket partnership by Gopi Singh, who fell one shy of his half century. For Torrevieja, skipper Lee Brown and Ullah were the pick of the Torrevieja bowlers taking three wickets each.

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A Sporting Alfas II side including numerous youngsters hung on for a draw to forestall La Manga II in the latest development league game to take place.

La Manga II, who included several players with first team experience, batted first and scored a strong total with major contributions from several players. Top scorer for the home side was Vikash Singh who scored 94 and he was well supported by Elliot Banks (64) and Gopi Singh (47).

La Manga II finally declared at 267 for 8 off 38 overs. Tyler Brown, Whajo and Waqas Ashraf took two wickets apiece for Alfas II.

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The Intellectuals Cricket Club of Alicante have just completed a successful tour of South Wales. Despite losing both games the Bonalba based club put up a good show in both games to give their opponents competitive matches.

The first game against Media Wales was restricted to 18 overs per side. Intellectuals batted first and posted a total of 73-8. In reply the home side chased down the total with nine wickets remaining.

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Torrevieja continue to keep pressure on La Manga II at the top of the ECCL Development League thanks to a convincing eight wicket victory over La Manga Kings.

Kings batted first and accrued a total of 132 for 6 from their over allocation. Most of the Kings batsmen got into double figures but none of them capitalised on their promising start. Torrevieja skipper Lee Brown took four wickets for the visitors despite a troublesome knee that could make him a doubt for the top of the table clash with La Manga II later this month.

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Thanks to Robert Masih for the report on this year's Catalan Cup..


The Catalan Cricket Cup, with a name change from the independence Cup was again celebrated with great success in Barcelona on 17th August with a grand final played between Catalunya Tigers cricket club and Catalunya cricket club. Both teams same as last year played the final match. Catalunya tigers the champions of the independence cup 2013 defended their title to remain champions of the Catalan cup 2014.

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Sporting Alfas beat their closest rivals Alcorcon to claim the ECCL Division One title in La Manga last weekend. Match report courtesy of Sporting Alfas CC...

Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 1st X1 177 for 7 beat Alcorcon CC 123 for 10

SACC showed once again their strength in depth to fight back from an early collapse to claim another league title.

An overnight downpour at La Manga, combined with a groundsman under the misapprehension that cricket is best played on a sheet of standing water and setting the sprinklers to soak an already drenched strip on the morning of the match, left winning the toss and bowling first a crucial benefit.

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Recently Spain's Over 40's side participated in the Four Nations Trophy Tournament in Rotterdam, Holland. One of the touring party Harmit "Rico" Phull gives a report on the event below ...

In 2013 the Spanish over 40’s cricket team were invited to travel to Copenhagen and play in a T20 (20 over) tournament alongside teams from Denmark, Holland and Great Britain who were participating in their 42nd annual ‘Triangular Tournament’.

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Bowlers got the better of the batsmen last weekend as La Manga II beat La Manga Kings in a low scoring encounter at the Murcia resort.

Batting first La Manga II found themselves in a spot of bother at 98 for 7 but a wagging tail nudged their final total up to 145 all out. Hugh James was the main thorn for the La Manga seconds taking 4-34 for the Kings, and he was well supported by young Charlie Hunt, who finished with figures of 2-23. 

Kings also found batting difficult and were quickly chasing the game as the low score set by La Manga II got increasingly difficult to surpass. Akash Panchal for La Manga II was proving unplayable and finished with figures of 6-22 and he was well supported by newcomer Abbas who chipped in with 3-19.

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Intellectuals Cricket Club returned to winning ways in rousing fashion with a demolition job of top of the table outfit Sporting Alfas.

The Albir based club were shellshocked at finding themselves three wickets down with no runs on the board after being put into bat by the home side.

Things did not get any better for the visitors as none of their players made double figures in a final total of 36 and nine extras was the joint top score along with skipper Geoff Evans's nine not out. 

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