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La Manga Cricket Tournament October 2017
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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.
La Manga Cricket Tournament October 2017
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COME AND PLAY CRICKET AT LA MANGA CLUB RESORT - THE HOME OF SPANISH CRICKET.
8th - 12th April 2018 Youth cricket festival...Read full story.
Many thanks to Afzaal Ahmed for the update on the three latest games from the CPL (Cataluyna Premier League)
A very youthful Cricket Espana Academy finished runners up in the La Manga Classic Event at the Murcia resort last weekend.
During the round robin event they beat two teams from the UK (Westcroft and Stanstead) and a last ball victory over the hosts La Manga to set up a contest with Pinatar Pirates.
The Academy, that comprised of a selection of youngsters from the ECCL League lost out in the final to a very strong Pinatar Pirates team....Read full story.
The eagerly awaited Cataluyna Premier League last weekend and it was Barcelona Qalanders who drew first blood by beating Tarragona Gladiators in a Super Over after the game had initially been tied.
After a colourful opening ceremony Tarragona and Barcelona each scored 122 from their twenty over allocation in front of a large crowd.
The Super Over that followed was a one sided affair as the Qalanders scored 17 runs and the Gladiators only five runs....Read full story.
The distribution for the kit for the inaugural Cataluyna Premier League tournament took place last weekend at the Montjuic Stadium in Barcelona.
Five teams,with regional names,will take part in the event that starts on the 8th October with a match up between Barcelona Qaladers and Tarragona Gladiators. The match starts at 3pm at the Montjuic Stadium and entrance is free.
The final will also take place at Montjuic but all other games will take place at the Videres ground....Read full story.
Four coaches completed the final part of their level 2 coaching course last weekend under the guidance of instructor Dave Gelling and ably assisted by the Cricket Espana Director of Junior Cricket, Neil Brook.
Gary Crompton, Ittifaq Ahmed, Matthew Dexter and Scott Burchill were the successful candidates, after spending Saturday and Sunday at La Manga in the classroom and doing practical sessions before sitting a final exam.
Two more candidates, Joel Brook and Mark Perman are scheduled to complete the course next weekend after already participating in the first part of the course earlier in the year....Read full story.
Yesterday Pak Barcelona and Badalona Shaheen contested the Cataluyna League Final and it was Pak Barcelona who came out worthy winners.
Pak. Barcelona CC batted first and scored a total of 209 runs from their 25 overs. Badalona looked on target to overtake that score at one stage but finally ran out of overs as they managed only 199 runs to slump to a ten run defeat.
Pak Barcelona will now represent the Cataluyna region in the finals at the Woodbridge Oval in November where they will play the winners from the ECCL and Lanzarote leagues....Read full story.
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.