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Triangular Series - La Manga - March 2019

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The Sandsend Swordsmen are regular visitors to the Island their name coming from a local hostelry in Fulham. A lot of them went to school together and are predominantly in their mid thirties. Quite a test for the aging hosts who were once again skippered by leading realtor Simon Cotton.

The visitors won the toss and immediately set about the local attack. Openers Foulkes 60 and Lawson 30 applying pressure before Lawson fell in the 19thover with a solid platform of 91 runs laid. Mallorca invitee Pavan Nerella 3/34 trapped both openers LBW before Hagger 2/32 and Lavin 4/19 ripped through the middle and lower order. The Swordsmen would be disappointed defending a well below par 155 all out in the 34th over.

A resounding victory by Pinatar Pirates over Levante CC put the Pirates back on the top of the ECCL Division One after early season blips had left them lying mid table..

Playing against the usually dangerous Levante Cricket Club they made light work of the club from Spain´s third largest city and gained maximum points in the process.

Levante batted first and were skittled out for just 66 runs. Starting badly they slumped to 29 for three and then lost another three wickets without a run being scored. A middle order recovery never materialised as the visitors posted one of the lowest league scores in their history.

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Pelham Sport S.L. in collaboration with Levante CC has recently donated over 200 Pairs of Footwear to the Red Cross for refugees seeking assistance in the Turia Capital.

Many thanks to the Levante first team club captain Faiz Bhat for making this possible.

This year LCC will be running cricket clinics for asylum seekers at the VCG, please contact Levante Cricket Club if you would like to help this fantastic organisation.

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In just over three weeks, the national sides of Germany, Netherlands and Scotland will be converging on La Manga, Spain for a week of intense competition. The aspirations for all three sides will be to leave 6 days later with confirmed spots in both the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier and the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier. As hosts of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier, Scotland have already secured a place in this event, but will still be hoping to move to the next stage of the 50-over format of the game. 

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The second game in the Madrid Regional League, went the way of the first, with victory for Madrid over Triskill Taverners. 

Taverners batted first and scored 156 all out. Opener Simon top scored with 43 to make up the bulk of the Taverners score. For Madrid, Sunil had the best bowling figures, finishing with three for 23 from his six over spell.

In reply, Madrid tracked down the score with relative ease after the initial scare of losing their two openers with just 17 on the scoreboard. Sumon hit a cracking 84 not out and he was well supported by Galileo (36 not out) to give Madrid maximum points and an eight wicket victory.

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The first meeting this season between the fiercest of rivals Pinatar Pirates and Sporting Alfas went the way of the Albir based club yesterday as they put in a clinical performance to beat their East Coast counterparts convincingly.  

Pinatar batted first and failed to cope with the La Manga wicket and the Alfas bowling attack. Spanish internationals Ravi Panchal and Paul Hennessy both fell cheaply as Sporting had the Pirates sinking at 18 for five.

A 76 run partnership for the sixth wicket between Jassi Singh (54) and Vikash Singh (55 not out) stemmed the flow of wickets but two wickets in two balls by Jack Pèrman stopped the recovery effort by Pinatar. 

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With four matches played in this years Division One T-Twenty event Levante and Madrid CC are the early league leaders.

Levante stunned last seasons winners Pinatar, with two consecutive victories in La Manga earlier this month.

In match one Pinatar batted first and posted a competitive total of 182 for 5 from their over allocation. Paul Hennessy top scored with 80 for the hosts, whilst Sami took two for 17 for the visitors. In response Levante overtook the total with six wickets remaining. Tariq and Sandeep both scored half centuries for the Valencia based club.

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The Cataluyna League has taken a new look this year with twenty three teams locking horns in one league.

With the season reaching the half way stage it is the Cataluyna Tigers who are in poll position as we enter into the business end of the season.

The Tigers have won all ten of their games to date and look on course to be a shoe-in for the knock out stages of the competition.

Last year´s winners of the league and T-Twenty competition Cataluyna CC are struggling this time round and currently lie 15th, having won only three out of their ten games. It seems their focus this year will be on the inaugural ECL, when they will represent Spain at La Manga in late July. 

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Several weeks on and the Ladies Softball and Hard ball event that was played in La Manga recently continues to attract attention.

The Lymington Times, one of the largest newspapers in the New Forest and Christchurch, features an article on The Purple Cobras, a ladies soft ball cricket team that finished a respectable third in the competition earlier this month.

The 7th La Manga Ladies 6 A Side Festival is already confirmed for the 7th to 10th May 2020 - with a hard ball tournament and a ladies softball festival running side by side.

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After a convincing win over Pinatar Pirates yesterday Sporting Alfas were back in action again, this time against the newly formed La Manga/Torrevieja.

The new outfit to the league have made a good start having beaten Madrid in their first match, so one of the teams 100% records would be falling at the sun drenched Woodbridge Oval today. 

The visitors batted first and scored 170 all out. Notable efforts came from G Neve who hit 62 of his teams runs and opener J Konsella also had a good day with the bat, contributing 32 to his team total.

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