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Elliot Banks (La Manga) bowling Alistair Faulkner (Intellectuals) Photo Alan Bailey

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Thanks to Sporting Alfas CC for the match report ....

Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 2nd X1 140 for 6 lost to Levante C C 152 for 10

Sporting Alfas, living up to the sporting in their name took on a Levante CC side, who unfortunately had to play a few first team players as the seconds were on holiday. Levante batting first were soon in trouble with the young Alfas team soon getting into the up side down batting line up and Levante were on the ropes with Waqar claiming 4 early wickets and Perman unlucky not to have claimed 3 more.

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Cricket Espana, at the request of the local ayuntamiento, put on a demonstration of street cricket yesterday as part of the weekly fiestas in the small coastal village of Moraira.

As part of the fiestas the "Colegio de Verano" were introduced to different sports during the week and around 20 local boys and girls turned up to find out more about cricket.


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Madrid CC II managed to reverse the result of the previous day, by winning through in what proved to be another competitive match against Sporting Alfás II.

Once again, Alfás won the toss and put the visitors into bat. The opening bowlers produced a tight spell, with Brown making the breakthrough by removing Bancroft following a terrific one-handed diving catch by Marriner.

Awan (57) and Kumar (25) then steadily moved the score on to 70, before M. Perman (4-23) managed to remove the middle order. Hossain (39) injected some pace into the innings, before Ashraf (4-48) helped restrict Madrid’s total to 160-9 off 45 overs.

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Sporting Alfas II played Madrid II at the Woodbridge Oval last Saturday and the home side came away victorious by six wickets.

Alfas won the toss and put the visitors into the field. Youngsters Tyler Brown and Kieran Preman opened the bowling and soon had Madrid reduced to 21 for 2 with Brown taking both wickets.

Bancroft and Hussein set about rebuilding the Madrid innings and took the score to 67 for 3 by the 20th over. The introduction of Paul Taylor and Shazad Mahmood curbed the visitors recovery and took a string of wickets each to restrict Madrid to 165 all out in the 44th over.

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The Spain Over 40's side head to the Netherlands next week in the hope of retaining the Four Nations Trophy that they won in Denmark last time around.

This years competition will take place at the prestigious Sparta club in Rotterdam between the 20th and 25th of July.

The taxing schedule will see Spain play games every day against Holland, England and Denmark.

Team manager George Wambeek has assembled a team from Ibiza, La Manga, Sporting Alfas and Lanzarote and umpires Dave Riley (Torrevieja) and Mohammad Adnan Khan (Cataluyna) will be officiating in the event.

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Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 1st X1 233 for 6 beat Levante C C 229 for 10

SACC travelled up for an away day to the picturesque Valencia city centre ground, home to the ever improving Levante C.C. team.

The converted baseball ground on the dry river bed, its multi-coloured astro-turf soaking up the stifling summer heat and the constant city centre noises providing an interesting and exciting backdrop for a game of cricket, and the two teams produced a thriller.

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Fans were treated to a great day of cricket yesterday as both La Manga and the Intellectuals provided some classic entertainment.

The side from Alicante won the toss and elected to bat first. The composed a competitive total of 213 for 7 from their full over allocation.

Stand outs for the Intellectuals were Wasim Waris with 45, whilst Naveed Anwar also contributed with a very useful 43. The pick of the bowlers was the spinner Akash Panchal, who finished with match figures of 4-58.

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Torrevieja continued their impressive start to the season with a convincing victory over league newcomers La Manga Kings.

Batting first, the Kings fell well short of a competitive total by being bowled out for just 63 runs. Michael Waring was on top form for the Torry bowling attack and took five wickets for just nine runs.

In reply, Torry made light work of the job at hand and knocked off the small run chase with six wickets to spare.

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After a fine one wicket victory over La Manga the day before Levante were brought back down to earth by Alcorcon, and in particular Tariq Ali, as the Madrid based side completed a league double over the Valencia club.

Winning the toss Levante elected to bat first and lost their talisman Rhys Morgan early on with only 9 on the scoreboard. Tony Little and Graham Hunt then looked to dig in and see off the opening bowlers to try and ensure that the home side used their full over allocation.

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A fantastic days cricket was enjoyed by all at the Woodbridge Oval today as over 500 runs were scored and three players made centuries as the batsmen took centre stage in the second game of the Sporting Alfas against Madrid double header.

Batting first Madrid posted a very tasty 250 for 9 with Solani making a fine century for the visitors. Alfas chairman Kevin Laundon toiled tirelessly in the hot sun on a pitch offering very little to the bowlers to end with figures of 3-54.

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