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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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First Ever Game Under Floodlights - Pinatar Arena

September 2015

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The Spanish Academy ended the La Manga charity tournament with a victory over Menai CC to claim fifth spot in the eight team competition.

The Spanish team undoubtedly got better as the tournament progressed and arguably saved their best performance until the last game against the team from Wales.

Batting first Spain posted the challenging total of 191 for 6 from their twenty overs. In reply the Welshmen could only reach 133 for 6. Once again Atif Ali was the star performer with the ball. His consistency throughout all the matches led to him being named bowler of the tournament at the Gala Dinner Awards Ceremony.

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Badalona Shaheens Nuevo Campeón del Torneo Jr 

El torneo, disputado en el Campo Municipal de Béisbol de Montjuic, empezaba de buena mañana enfrentando a los dos primeros de los cuatro equipos participantes, Sant Andreu CC y Cataluña CC. El Sant Andreu se clasificaba para la final al no poder superar los jugadores de Cataluña CC los 108 runs obtenidos por Sant Andreu en 15 overs.

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Spain suffered once again at the hands of the run rate system and as a result will fight out the fifth-sixth place position with the Welsh outfit Menai Bridge on the final day of the La Manga T-Twenty tournament.

Having won and lost one of their games the day before the Academy side knew they needed a good performance against an unbeaten Waltham side to advance to the semi finals. One again Spain's batting struggled and they could only put a score of 132 on the board.

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The Spanish academy made a poor start to the La Manga charity T-Twenty that is taking place at the Murcia based ground this weekend.

The team, comprising of mainly youngsters looking to establish themselves in the squad for the next ICC International tournament lost their first match against the other team from Spain, Valencia Stallions. 

Batting first the Academy were going well at a good run rate, being 103 for 4 of 12 overs. Looking to post around 180 with 8 overs to go, they made silly mistakes and were finally bowled out in the 19th over for 134. Adam Algar of Sporting Alfas, top scored with 31.
In response the Academy take credit for making Valencia work hard for their win, by bowling and fielding well. In the end Valencia got the target in the 19th over losing 5 wickets.
In the second match against Freshfields from the UK, Spain batted much better and posted 162 for 5 of their 20 overs, A Khan scoring 37.
Freshfields were never up with the required run rate and though captain Patrick Macgan was 62 not out, they finished well short on 129 for 7. Atif Ali, of Pinatar Pirates, was the man of the match for the Academy, with an excellent spell of bowling, taking three for 18 from his four overs.  
The Academy now have the tough task of beating Waltham CC tomorrow in the final group match. Waltham lie top of Group A after winning both their matches against Valencia Stallions and Freshfields.

A Spanish win coupled by a Stallions defeat will put the Academy through to the final. Alternatively, if both Spain and Valencia win, then Net run rate will come into play to decide who progresses to the latter stages of the competition.
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Madrid United won the crucial title match with Madrid in the Regional League but did not get the 17 point spread required to wrestle the championship away from their opponents.

Knowing that a good score was essential to have any chance of closing the points gap United batted first and managed 258 all out. Humayoun, who has been Madrid United's star performer with the bat all year scored another fine century before finally falling on 120.

With four points with the ball, Madrid were now 21 points ahead prior to going into bat. Relaxing knowing the championship was won Madrid were all out for just 141. This was academic to the Madrid second string players who through the course of the season had earned the right to be crowned Champions of the Madrid Regional League.

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On Sunday the 27th of September the 2nd Introduction to Cricket session took place for children attending Colegio Cardenal Spinola, Madrid, organised in conjunction with the school sports club, Club Deportivo Spinola.

The weather was a perfect sunny 23 C, ideal for the 70 kids including 28 girls, aged 6-12, who attended and the result was an overwhelming success. Despite the first XI having a match in Sonseca, eight volunteers came along to help out, including the club coach Mike Griggs who expertly planned and ran the session which lasted for two hours.

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The Pinatar Pirates were presented the League Cup by ECCL Committee Member David Riley and soon afterwards the celebrations started and carried on late into the night. It was a fantastic first season for the Pirates who would like to thank the ECCL Committee for its guidance and help during this first season.
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Lanzarote CC secured a place in next week's T-Twenty final, were they will play St George CC, after beating Puerto Del Carmen Cobras comfortably in a winner takes all clash last Sunday.

Batting first Lanzarote posted the challenging total of 236 for four from their full over allocation. Ruble Singh was the star of the show hitting 123 not out in a scintillating innings. The former La Manga and St George star was supported well by Darren Spurr (29) and Monish (27). Sachin took 2-25 in a nice spell of bowling for the Cobras.

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Madrid II CC are tantalisingly close to winning the Madrid Regional League after taking maximum points of Sonseca in the latest contest at the ground based in the province of Toledo.

Batting first, Sonseca, who have struggled to get eleven players in recent matches, posted a score of just 83 runs.

Madrid II responded in clinical fashion and won the game with nine wickets in hand. It was a special day for Madrid II stalwart David Stirton, who hit 50 not out on his fiftieth appearance for the oldest club in the capital.

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