SPANISH CRICKET ACADEMY
Lady Taverners Tournament October 2014
All in One Property Group is a young, dynamic company with a forward-looking approach and a clear commmitment to quality. A commitment borne out by the profesionalism and responsibility present in all our projects.
With a higly qualified team of staff and wide experience in the sector, our main aim is to come up to our customers' expectations.
The customer, our top priority.
In uncertain times trust Lloyd's of London, and enjoy the confidence and security provided by the world's leading insurance market. Great value comprehensive cover for your car and home.
Get an instant quote now, or call us on 96 646 2307
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.
Lady Taverners Tournament October 2014
Latest Cricket News
ECCL JUNIOR CRICKET LEAGUE - ROUND THREE
Torrevieja Juniors continue to hold a slender lead at the top of the ECCL Indoor Junior League heading into the Christmas break.
Game 13 saw Sporting Alfas beat La Manga Kings A relatively comfortably by 48 runs. Batting first Alfas scored 88 for 6 and in reply Kings managed 40 for the loss of no wicket from their over allocation.
Next up La Manga Kings B pulled off a bit of a shock by beating leaders Torrevieja by 7 wickets. Torrevieja's 66 for 4 looked a challenging total but Kings knocked them off with ease for just the loss of one wicket....Read full story.
The England Women’s Academy has today completed a 3 day intensive strength, conditioning and fielding camp at La Manga, hosted by Sport Europe.
The Academy is made up of players just one step below the Elite England Squad and a group of 11 attended this camp which was headed by Lisa Keightley, the former Australian Test player, now employed as Head Coach by the ECB.
With days split between the field, the gym and the pool, there was not a cricket bat in sight or a ball bowled as the players embarked on a series of fielding drills, catching sessions an...Read full story.
Levante Cricket Club held their Christmas party recently at Cambridge House School and in the process raised over 1500 euros and fostered relations with the local community.
The whole day was a great success with all the children receiving a goodie bag and everyone having their picture taken in a Levante Cricket Club frame.
There were between 100-120 people with a good Spanish contingent and several of the HND students at the school helped in the kitchen and took care of the disco after the meal....Read full story.
Despite being the end of the season for many clubs their is plenty of activity of the field. In Ibiza they successfully held an ICC Europe Level 1 Umpires Course and followed that up shortly afterwards with the release of their new website. They are also looking for touring teams for 2015, although their calendar is filling up fast. For more information you can visit http://ibizacricketclub.com/
Back on the mainland Sporting Alfas had their end of season presentation with Joel Brook, Jamie Roper and Jack Perman among the award winners....Read full story.
Fifteen teams will take part in this year's Super Six tournament that is taking place at the Montjuic Stadium in Barcelona this weekend.
The event will take place over two days and will include clubs from Barcelona, Girona and the surrounding area. Cataluyna Tigers have an A and B side entered and current national champions Santa Coloma are also in the mix....Read full story.
The Coach Inn returned to the Woodbridge Oval for the season closing weekend and struggled with the unexpected sunlight and obvious late nights that our area is renowned for.
Winning the toss and asking SACC to set a score was possible the biggest shock of the day as SACC amassed 275 runs from the 30 overs for the loss of no wickets and 5 batsmen retiring with 50 plus runs or more....Read full story.
Last weekend ten coaches spent the weekend in La Manga completing their ICC Europe Level Two Coaching qualification under the tutelege of Dave Gelling from Hampshire County Cricket Club.
The participants came from five different clubs from the ECCL region and are already heavily involved in coaching within their clubs and community.
Coach Coordinator Manny Fernadez did a lot of work behind the scenes setting up the course, the first ever at this level, to be run in Spain....Read full story.
Match Type Spencer Dawes Alicante Cup
Venue Woodbridge Oval, Albir.
Date 15th November 2014 Result
ICC 195 for 6 beat SACC 148 for 4 by 47 runs
On a lovely mid-November day the Spencer Dawes Cup was won by a very competitive Intellectuals side. Winning the toss the ICC skipper opted to bat and despite the early loss of Tanveer (out for a duck in the first over)
Six more matches were played in the ECCL Indoor League and after the second phase was completed Torrevieja remained in prime position with Sporting Alfas close behind.
The first game of the day (game Seven in the tournament) was a one sided affair with Sporting Alfas beating La Manga Kings A convincingly by 62 runs. Next up was arguably the best contest of the day when Torrevieja beat La Manga Kings B by just one run in a nail biting conclusion.
Torrevieja then went on to beat La Manga Kings A in more convincing fashion before Sporting Alfas returned to action and saw off a plucky effort by La Manga Kings B to the tune of 11 runs....Read full story.
Cricket Espana have received notification that next years International Over Forty competition will take place in Newport, South Wales, next July.
The International Four Team tournament includes the Forty clubs from the United Kingdom, Holland, Denmark and Spain and is played on an annual basis, with countries rotating as hosts. The tournament was first played in 1969 in Wassenaar in the Netherlands, and Spain first entered the event in 2012, when they hosted the event in La Manga....Read full story.