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Squad v Tom Maynard Trust - Feb. 2015
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Squad v Tom Maynard Trust - Feb. 2015
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The start of the 2015 League season for Sporting Alfas II saw Levante make the trip back to the Woodbridge Oval 3 weeks after their last visit for a pre-season friendly. With new faces in both teams, and a close fought battle in the last match, the game was decidedly in the balance going into this fixture.
Levante won the toss and Captain West asked Alfas to set a total on the cloudy morning. Alfas looked to start with experience and McKinstry opened with Evans and they moved to 49 before McKinstry just nicked one off Harris to Lofthouse behind the stumps for the 1st of his 3 catches on the day.
The Spanish select XI had to settle for the runners up spot in the La Manga Classic as they lost out by a narrow margin to United CC.
The Girona based opponents were playing their third game of the day by the time the final came along and they carried the momentum from the previous two games to start strongly against the Spanish bowlers.
At the end of six overs they were 48 runs without loss and at the half way stage they had laid a solid platform to their innings with a score of 77 for 0....Read full story.
The new ground in Barcelona continues to be excavated and work remains on schedule for the pitch to be finished in time for some cricket later this season.
The ground, outside the city in Vidreres has received funding from the Cataluyna Cricket Association, Cricket Espana and a small grants fund from ICC Europe.
Work on the ground levelling started in early March and when completed the stadium will be used solely for cricketing purposes....Read full story.
Ibiza Cricket Club had an excellent weekend of cricket with two competitive matches against a touring side from Cambridgeshire known as the Sharks.
In the first game the match was nip and tuck with both sides having every chance of claiming victory. Ibiza batted first and posted a competitive 192 for 9 from their 35 overs.
The Sharks took it down to the wire, only to be bowled out for 180 with five balls of their innings left, to give the hosts a 12 run victory....Read full story.
The Spanish select XI made it four wins from four and a clean sweep in the Group stage with a convincing victory of the Norwegian based club, Klemetsued.
Spain, as is their way, won the toss and elected to bat first and the two openers Armaghan Khan and Tariq Ali soon were playing with their usual aggressive style. However, for the first time in the tournament they did not give the hosts a major opening partnership, as first Ali and then Khan fell in quick succession....Read full story.
Game three for Spain was arguably the most difficult for the hosts, who had to face arch rivals Belgium, in what was effectively a contest for a spot in tomorrow's final.
Winning the toss Spain elected to bat and the two openers Armaghan Khan and Tariq Ali put on 113 for the first wicket in just twelve overs to give the Spaniards a fantastic start.
However, after they both departed in consecutive overs the Belgium bowling began to slow down the flow of runs, and more importantly took key wickets at crucial times....Read full story.
The Spanish select XI made it two wins from two and finished the first day of the La Manga Classic topping their group.
Their second victory was even more emphatic than their 8 wicket defeat of Findon earlier in the day, as they saw off the challenge of RAF Wyton by beating them by ten wickets.
The side from the military won the toss and elected to bat first. As in Spain's first game, runs were at a premium and the batsmen found it difficult to get starts and find the boundary as the Spanish bowlers bowled tight lines into the right channels....Read full story.
The latest game in the Cataluyna league went the way of Girona United CC as they easily completed victory over Paradise CC to the tune of 130 runs.
Batting first United amassed an amazing score of 258 for 6 from their 25 overs. Tahir Sajid top scored with 82 and their were also major contributions from Nisar Shahzad (48) and Basharat Mirza (39). All the Paradise CC bowlers suffered to a degree, but Harvinder and Manjinder Singh both picked up two wickets each.
With such a daunting score to chase down, risks were taken from the off and it resulted in the loss of regular wickets. Paradise eventually ended the day on 128 all out in 19 overs. Basharat Mirza completed an excellent day for him personally by taking four wickets for the loss of just 21 runs....Read full story.
The Spanish Select XI got off to the best possible start this morning in the La Manga T-Twenty classic event with a comprehensive victory over the British side, Findon CC.
A revamped schedule due to Reading CC being stranded in the UK because of the Air Traffic Control strike in France saw the Select XI take to the field in the first game of the tournament.
Findon won the toss and batted first, but were soon regretting this decision as runs were as infrequent as flights arriving at Alicante airport. They finally ended up with a total of 96 for 5 which was bolstered by 16 runs scored in the last over of the innings by Bradley Bridson. The Findon skipper finally ended on 25 not out to give the visitors score a semblance of respectability....Read full story.