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ALCORCON STOP ALFAS WHITEWASH
 
3rd July 2013

Sporting Alfas tasted league defeat for the first and last time this season as they lost their last game of the season to potential runners up Alcorcon CC

The visitors won the toss and inserted the home side into bat. Alfas were missing numerous key players from their title winning team and drafted in several second team players to experience top grade cricket.

However, without the spine of their team Alfas could only score 150 all out and failed to use 12 of the allocated overs. For Alcorcon Mazeer Abbas took three wickets, Whilst Tariq Ali, Salman and Akmal took two wickets apiece.

In reply Alcorcon knocked off the runs in 27 overs for the loss of just 5 wickets. The crowd witnessed a fantastic 43 from Spanish international Tariq Ali off just 14 balls, whilst Paul Taylor showed why he should continue playing for at least another season as he bowled nine overs for just 14 runs, with this spell including five maidens, and three of the five wickets to fall.

With the win Alcorcon have seemingly secured the runners up spot. 19 points to Alcorcon and 4 to Sporting Alfas. 

Liga de Cricket del Este y del Centro, Primera Division (ECCL 1) 
  P W D NR L BP
SPORTING ALFAS            8 7 0 0 1 67 137 
ALCORCON 6 4 0 0 2 46 86
MADRID UNITED 7 2 0 0 5 42 62
LA MANGA 5 2 0 0 3 33 52
MADRID 4 0 0 0 4 19 19

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

4th May - La Manga (19 points) beat Madrid United (4 points) by 124 runs

La Manga 238 for 6 (Neil Brook 87 not out, Munib Ranjah 84) beat Madrid United 114 all out (F Mahmood 3-14, S Colbourne 3-28)

4th May - Sporting Alfas (20 points( beat Madrid (4 points) by 6 wickets

Madrid 127 all out (J Roper 2-12, M Hussein 2-13) Sporting Alfas 128 for 4 (M Spencer 60)

5th May Sporting Alfas (19 points) beat Madrid 3 points by 9 wickets

Madrid 202 for 8 (Hall 56, J Woodward 37, J Roper 3-25) Sporting Alfas 204 for 1 (M Spencer 111, C Munoz 76 not out)

11th May Sporting Alfas (19 points) beat Madrid United (5 points) by 7 wickets

Madrid United 231 for 9 (Waheed 42) Sporting Alfas 232 for 3 (P Pennick 120 not out, B Fletcher 42)

18th May Alcorcon (19points) beat La Manga (8 points) by 5 runs

Alcorcon 232 for 8 (Mazer Abbas 48, Hassan Abbas 40) La Manga 227 all out (F Mahmood 54, M Akmal 3-43)

25th May Sporting Alfas (20 points) beat Alcorcon (6 points) by 6 wickets

Alcorcon 241 all out (T Ali 51. P Pennick 3-23) Sporting Alfas 245 for 4 (M Spencer 88, C Munoz 60)

26th May La Manga (19 points) beat Madrid United (6 points) by 134 runs

La Manga 256 all out (D Williams 57, G Singh 54, A Mohammad 3-35) Madrid United 122 all out (W Aktar 46, Munib 4-31 A Panchal 3-41)

1st June Sporting Alfas (20 points) beat La Manga (1 point) by 10 wickets

La Manga 76 all out (G Crompton 3-8)  Sporting Alfas 77 for 0 (M Spencer 50 not out, P Pennick 23 not out)

1st June Madrid United (18 points) beat Madrid (7 points) by 86 runs

Madrid United 213 all out (Waheed 63, Rizwan Shah 50, A Hakim 4-48) Madrid 127 all out (I Ahmed 3-20)

2cd June Alcorcon (18 points) beat Madrid (5 points) by 7 wickets

Madrid 235 for 7 (S Baker 49 not out) Alcorcon 239 for 3 (Tariq Ali 167 not out)

8th June Madrid United (16 points) beat Alcorcon (5 points) by 54 runs

Madrid United 119 all out, Alcorcon 65 all out 

16th June Sporting Alfas (19 points) beat Madrid United (6 points) by 7 wickets

Madrid United 183 all out (Shah 46, G Crompton 3-39, K Laundon 3-43) Sporting Alfas 184 for 7 (C Munoz-Mills 60, Shah 3-40)

22cd June Sporting Alfas (16 points) beat La Manga  (6 points) by 1 wicket

La Manga 112 all out (M Spencer 4-21) Sporting Alfas 113 for 9 (M Spencer 50, M Ranjah 5-28) 

23rd June Alcorcon (19 points) beat Madrid United (7 points) by 3 wickets

Madrid United 265 for 9 (Rizwan Shah 107) Alcorcon 266 for 7 (M Abbass 78, T Ali 74)

30th June Alcorcon (19 points) beat Sporting Alfas (4 points) by 5 wickets

Sporting Alfas 150 all out, Alcorcon 151 for 5 (Tariq Ali 43, P Taylor 3-14)