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Newbold on Avon returned to the Woodbridge Oval for the 2nd and final day of their tour to take on the Alfas 2nds hoping to get a win on the board before heading home.
As the day before, Newbold decided to set a target but tinkered with the batting line up in order to give all the tourists a game and made changes from the defeat the day before.
Clarke and Siddons started well, helped no end by Alfas being a bit too relaxed without the pressures of the league and the visitors raced to 40 without loss before the Alfas finally woke up in the 9th over.
By this stage, the visiting openers had had a few reprieves with some catches not being taken but Abdul finally made the breakthrough, getting the left handed Siddons to edge a beauty behind to the 'keeper.
After several weeks of turmoil due to the withdrawal of several clubs from the league we are reaching the business end of the season with two semi-finalists confirmed.
With the league somewhat revised four teams played in a qualifying competition for a place in the quarter finals.
Empuriabrava beat Olot Tigers and El Carmel beat the Eagles to join Pak Barcelona, Minhaj, City Lions, Hawks, Pak I Care and Badalona Shaheen at the quarter final stage....Read full story.
Offered the option Newbold decided to bat first and SACC took to the field for the 1pm start. Bash Ali as usual opened and soon found his length but J Perman at second slip failed to hold on to a sharp chance. K Roper came down the hill and found that the going in the first eleven a little tough as his first over leaked nine runs, Bash Ali had another chance go begging as the ball flew past the three slip cordon, Roper found the going better in his second over and only two runs were taken a fine comeback from the next generation of Spanish youngsters....Read full story.
Torrevieja played hosts to local rivals Pinatar Pirates in the latest ECCL Division Two game and it was the Pirates who came out on top in a very low scoring game.
Batting first Pinatar were all out for 135 with only three players making double figures. Vikash Singh top scored with 29 whilst Robin Singh took four wickets for only nine runs. Another of the home sides mainline bowlers, Neville Harris chipped in with three wickets as Torry looked to be on top at the interval....Read full story.
Levante were due to travel down to La Manga last weekend for a three game session, a league game on Saturday and two 20/20 games on the Sunday. Madrid Utd cancelled at the last minute meaning we had to make a decision and as the hotel was booked, the curry was planned and the beers were calling we decided to go down on the Saturday anyway with twenty points already in our pocket but wishing we had been able to play.
The drinking might not have been a good idea for being in form the next day but a it was a great idea from a team bonding point of view and we also had a good laugh with Madrid who were coming off a defeat in Alfas and looking forward to their defeat at the hands of Valencia Stars the next day
The latest league match in ECCL Division II saw a match up between Alicante Stars and Torrevieja and it was the Stars who went away with a 64 run victory.
Having been put into bat by Torrevieja the Stars were in desperate trouble at nought for two at the start of their innings. Another couple of cheap wickets had them still struggling at 44 for 4 when Nadeem and Ismael came together.
Their fifth wicket partnership of 112 turned the game back into the Stars favour. Ismael departed for 59 and Nadeem for 49 in close succession but that helped the Stars post a competitive target of 180 on the unpredictable Torry wicket. A McDowell was the pick of the home side bowlers, ending with figures of 4 for 30....Read full story.
Struggling with availability, Alfas made the trip down to La Manga with 10 for the latest match in the league campaign, knowing that 20 points was required to keep the breathing space at the top of the league.
A good start by winning the toss and inserting La Manga got even better in the 3rd Over as Abdul got the dangerous Simpkins. With a cunning plan, Abdul decided to bowl a wide which Simpkins could not resist having a swing at and dragging back onto his stumps! Not the prettiest wicket but they all count!
Perman nearly made it 2 in his next over as he took a very low edge from James' bat which the 'keeper took off his toes. With the batsman walking, a last look at the Umpire led him to believe he had got away with it and confirmation came with the "Not Out" call that had him turn about and come back!
Alfas did not have to wait long for their next wicket however as Abdul struck again in his 3rd over, Hawkins giving a much thicker edge behind and the 'keeper made no mistake. It was nearly an amazing over for the opener as he got Vine to edge one to slip as well but a diving Muddy could not hold the catch.....the 1st normally goes down!
3 maidens followed and then, a wayward over from Abdul was followed with another big breakthrough as Perman got the skipper. A lovely ball that had a faint legside line had Vine step away to club it but could only edge behind giving the 'keeper another catch. New man in Patel got a rousing warm welcome from the fielding team as Perman tried to take a personal hat-trick between the two men but just failing to get him that over.
He did not have long to wait however as 2 overs later, Patel turned away from a straight one and Mr. O'Reilly had no hesitation in putting up the finger to reduce La Manga to 27/5 as the opening bowlers bowled themselves out brilliantly.
Waqer was 1st change and finally got the wicket of James, hanging around since the start and on his 3rd life but the slower ball got him in the end, clean bowling the young opener.
Hamza, 2nd change was not going to be playing catch up for long, bowling well and with lovely swing, tempting young Hunt into a rash swing that just went up and straight down Muddy's throat in Slip, Byrne leaving it to the big man.
Hunt Sr. and Osman tried to get on top of the bowlers and did so for a while, many a played and missed, a few shots falling short of the fielders and some good running had them double the score for La Manga before they tried one quick single too many. Hunt pushed one out to Mid On where M. Perman was able to gather, aim and score a direct hit with the batsman just short of his crease.
53/7 was 56/8 in the next over as Hamza tempted another big slog from the batsman and this time Osman put it up and backwards left, giving Ahmed another good catch in a similar position to last week's effort.
The stickers were in now, Brimble and James who gave Alfas trouble before with their resolute defending and shot picking. However, the Alfas Brain Trust had a plan and Skipper Perman came in under Brimble's nose and 2 balls later, J. Perman gave the ripper of a delivery that Brimble could only pop up to the skipper's waiting arms.
Perman wrapping up the innings in his next over, clean bowling Clarke and La Manga ending up on 66.
There was time for 6 overs and a bit of drama before the teams broke for tea, As M. Perman and J. Perman strode out to start the chase. 2nd Ball of the 2nd Over, J. Perman misread the ball and skied it well up over covers. Osman made up some good ground to get himself under the ball but could not take it on the 1st or 2nd attempt and somehow, Perman got away with a terrible shot.
Calming down after that little mishap, both batsmen went well until Osman, as 1st change bowler, finally got young Perman, this time, the batsman could only look on in horror as he placed a perfect shot into Vine's waiting hands just beside Square Leg.
However, Muddy joined the skipper at the crease and they were able to knock off the remaining 20 runs needed to give the Alfas 10 a great victory and 20 points to bring back with them.
Next Saturday, the 2nd September, sees Madrid travel down to take on Alfas in their penultimate game of the season, all and sundry welcome for some entertaining cricket, light refreshments and tasty tipples.
Two members of Madrid Cricket Club fly to Serbia today to deliver cricket equipment that the club have bought for refugees
The club have been raising money for the NGO'S through their annual T-Twenty tournament for over 10 years now but this is the first time they have been able to deliver the equipment in person.
Madrid President Jon Woodward and committee member Lewis Clark are currently on route to Belgrade and Jon sent out this message to Madrid CC and the Spanish Cricket community .....Read full story.
Sporting Alfas welcomed Alicante Star back to the Woodbridge Oval in a match the hosts needed to win to keep the pressure on the chasing pack in the race for the league title, the visitors hoping to show a better performance than last time they came.
Things started as the last match, Alicante Star going in to bat first and Abdul and K. Perman started things off.
Khawar was first to fall in the 3rd over, slashing hard and sending one high into the sun to deep gully, Ahmad ran in to take the catch, looked like he had overrun it but ended up taking it well, much to the surprise and delight of his teamates!
Sokha was in and out in a flash of his blade, missing the straight one from a very fired up Perman and middle stump vanished! Perman also managed to dismiss the other opener in his opening spell, Miana finding M. Perman for the 1st of his 4 catches on the day!