SPAIN NATIONAL SQUAD
Kerava National Stadium, Finland. Aug. 2019
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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.
Kerava National Stadium, Finland. Aug. 2019
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The Catalan Junior Leagues got under way this weekend with five teams competing in the Under 19 section.
All the games will be played at Montjuic stadium thanks to sponsorship from Cricket España and the first two matches ended with victories for Sabadell and Barna Royals.
Sabadell were the first team to register points on the board with a convincing 63 run victory over Girona Warriors. Sabadell batted first and scored 148 for 9. Asim Ali scored 23 whilst J Baig took two wickets for the Warrors. Asim Ali also contributed with the ball (3-18) as Sabadell restricted Girona to a total of 85 for 8 from their 20 overs....Read full story.
Badalona Shaheen CC won their 17th league match easily against Falco by five wickets.
Shaheens bowled first and restricted Falco cc to just 195 runs in the exception of our main bowlers Adeel Raja, Hamza Dar, Adeel Abbas, Saqib Ali. Bilawal Ka also bowled brilliantly and picked up three wickets in his five overs.
While chasing 196 Badalona Shaheen lost their inform batsman Babar Khan, who made 165 in the last match, in the secondnd over but from there Farrukh Dar and Gurvinder Bajwa built up a great partnership. Bajwa eventually got out after scoring his fifty. Farrukh Dar continued his innings and scored a fantastic unbeaten 85 off just 51 balls in an innings that included 14 fours and 1 six....Read full story.
Day four would decide who would win the initial T-Twenty International series between Spain and Finland.
Evenly poised after Saturday when both teams had won a game each, the deciding contest was set to be played in slightly windier conditions then yesterday´s games.
Christian Munoz-Mills, the Spanish skipper lost the toss for the third time in succession and the Finns had no hesitation in electing to bat first....Read full story.
Day three of Spain´s tour of Finland proved to be one of mixed emotions for both sets of supporters.
Match One of the three match series proved to be hugely disappointing to Spanish supporters.The Bulls capitulated in both the bowling and batting departments, and tamely surrended first blood to the Bears.
Winning the toss, the Finns elected to bat and despite an early breakthrough from Ravi Panchal, the hosts took a liking to the Spanish bowling and posted an ultra-competitive 185 for 8 from their twenty overs. Wicket keeper Mohan top scored with 45 from just 27 balls, but there were notable contributions from Pusthay (37) and Peter Gallagher towards the end of the innings, who hit three mammoth sixes and accumulated 34 runs from just twenty one balls. For the Bulls, Paul Hennessy with two wickets for twenty was the pick of the bowlers....Read full story.
Day two of Spain´s tour of Finland, started with a relaxed morning, with several of the players, and the team manager and coach doing some social media work for Cricket España with video interviews from their hotel in Tuusula just outside Helsinki.
A bus pick up mid morning took them the short trek to the ground for a light training practice and net session before the development game between the two countries started at 5 pm local time.
Both teams agreed to relaxed terms for the match and Finland, in particular, put out a very experimental team for the game, including several Bears who were receiving their caps for the first time....Read full story.
After months of collaboration between the two countries, the Cricket España v Cricket Finland T20I series has entered its first phase.
Hectic efforts behind the scenes prior to the tournament have led to massive media exposure for the Spanish team, including a full page article in El Pais, and a news slot on the countries national television station, TVE La 1.
The team set off for Finland the day before their first match on Thursday the 15th of August. Converging into Helsinki from three airports (Alicante, Barcelona and Heathrow) all members of the squad had early starts with the Heathrow flight the latest scheduled departure at 7.30 am local time....Read full story.
BIOGRAPIES OF THE CRICKET ESPAÑA SQUAD HEADING TO FINLAND
Role: Batting all-rounder - Captain, right-hand bat, right-arm off-break
Club: Sporting Alfas CC
The "Cricket España" over 40''s team arrived in Neston, the UK near Liverpool to defend their historic 45 over four Nations trophy and T20 cup win cup accomplished last year in Koge, Denmark.
Cricket España have named their squad for the T20I series with Finland in Helsinki that takes place at the Karava Stadium between the 16th and 18th of August.
The majority of the players represented Spain in the ICC Europe Division Two qualifier last year in Holland when the Spanish Bulls lost out to the Finnish Bears in their match up in Rotterdam. However, Spain did finish above Finland in third place behind Italy and Jersey in Group B courtesy of a superior net run rate, after the Bulls secured victories against Belgium and the Isle of Man....Read full story.
The third annual Asia Cup proved to be the best and most exciting yet, but still the only name on the trophy is Pakistan, as they won the competition for the third time in succession.
The four countries competing over the two day tournament were Pakistan, India and Bangladesh (made up of selected players from the Cataluyna League) and newcomers Afghanistan (the majority who were from Belgium, but also included an Austrian international player)
The first match of the event, held at the iconic Montjuic Stadium, was the eagerly anticipated confrontation between Pakistan and India. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. The decision seemed to be the right one as they amassed a strong total from their twenty over allocation. Pakistan were indebted to Hamza Dar (51 not out) and Abid Hanif (45) for a final score of 174 for 5. In reply, India struggled from the first ball, losing one of their key batsmen Kuldeep Lal for just one in the second over. Fellow opener Gurvinder Bajwa hit 49 but found little support from his team mates and India were eventually bowled out for 127 in the 17th over....Read full story.