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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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Cricket Espana will be hosting the Over 40's International Tournament in October this year. Having been played in Copenhagen, Rotterdam and Newport in recent years it is the turn of La Manga and Spain to play hosts of this prestigious competition.
Spain will take part in this years ICC World Cricket League - Europe Division Two and the hosts for the tournament will be Sweden.
Spain will be grouped with the hosts Sweden, Isle of Man, Gibraltar, Israel and Germany. The tournament will take place in Stockholm from the 16th to 21st August. Teams will arrive at the Swedish capital on the 16th and depart on the 21st.
The event will be played in a single round robin format of T20 matches where everyone will play each other once. The tentative timetable at present is...Read full story.
Último taller de cricket de 2015 en el Instituto Miramar de Viladecans (Barcelona). En el taller, dirigido por Robert Masih Nahar, han participado unos 30 jóvenes de 2º de ESO junto a los profesores de Educación Física del centro, Toni Sánchez y Miquel López.
Los monitores de la Federación Catalana de Cricket, Sajid Mehmood, Sandip Saini y Tuhin Bhuyan comenzaban la clase con una muestra de la práctica de este deporte y a continuación los alumnos realizaron unos ejercicios prácticos....Read full story.
TALLERES DE CRICKET EN LA ESCUELA FEDAC DE SANT ANDREU
Talleres de cricket en la escuela FEDAC de Sant Andreu, que han contado con la participación de 19 jóvenes que han disfrutado durante dos días de esta actividad deportiva propuesta por su profesor de educación física Sebastián Currull.
Los talleres, dirigidos por Tuhin Bhuyan, Asraf Mamun y Saiful Islam representando a Santa Coloma Cricket Club, comenzaban con una breve explicación sobre las normas básicas del cricket para continuar con unas clases prácticas....Read full story.
THE SPENCER DAWES ALICANTE CUP
(Match report courtesy of Chris Horne)
On a sunny but windy November day the thought of Geoff Evans’ tea and chocolate biscuits induced the players of both Sporting Alfas and the Intellectuals to turn up punctually for the 15th Alicante Cup at the Woodbridge Oval in Albir, the 4th in which the name of the great much-missed Spencer Dawes‘s name was also associated.
Indeed had it not been for the decision to have the ritual of a toss the match would have started on time. The description of the toss as a “ritual” follows from the Intellectuals’ desire to bat first and that of Sporting Alfas to field. Ten minutes late the Intellectuals duly batted and Sporting Alfas fielded. There then followed a demonstration of what life must be like on a Lahore motorway - a lot of Punjabi driving, not always with due care and attention - together with a lot of stretching of arms from Brian Pitts (in his last match) and Vincent O‘Reilly....Read full story.
This weekend Cricket Espana held an ICC Cricket Award coaching course in Murcia Spain, twelve coaches from different regions of Spain took part under the guidance of ECB Coach tutor Dave Gelling of Hampshire.
The third intake for the Tom Maynard Academy has been confirmed, comprising twelve professional cricketers from ten of the first class counties.
The 2016 group will spend ten days, from 18th to 27th February next year, at the Desert Springs resort in Spain working on a carefully planned programme covering technical skills, strength and conditioning and both individual and group activity. The programme finishes with two Twenty20 matches between the Tom Maynard Academy XI and a Spanish national side at the La Manga complex....Read full story.
Madrid Cricket Club headed off to the island of Ibiza last weekend for a well deserved end of season friendly and came back from the tour with a victory under their belts.
Ibiza batted first and scored a very respectable 187 for 9 off their 40 overs at the beautiful Polo ground. In reply Madrid kept up with the required run rate and at the half way stage of the visitors innings things were evenly balanced.
At 99 for 4 Madrid continued to force the momentum and surged forward to win the game comfortably. The hosts plugged away but Madrid finally put the game to bed in the 30th over with six wickets to spare....Read full story.