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SPORTING ALFAS STOP ALCORCON'S UNBEATEN RUN
 
18th May 2014

Sporting Alfas opened their league campaign in the best possible way by beating table toppers Alcorcon in a one sided affair at the Woodbridge Oval.

Batting first, the usually reliable Alcorcon batsmen failed to fire and could only manage a sub par total of 155 all out. Sadwar followed on from his unbeaten century last week with a top score of 44 but found very little support from anyone else.

Sporting Alfas, in reply, started soundly with both Joel Brook and Phil Pennick getting starts. A few wickets tumbled once those two departed, but it was left to Kevin Laundon to steer his side home with an unbeaten 27 and give his team the victory that never looked in doubt from the onset.

 

Liga de Cricket del Este y del Centro, Primera Division (ECCL 1)

 

 

  P W D NR L BP
ALCORCON 4 3 0 0 1 31 61
MADRID 3 1 0 0 2 23 33
MADRID UNITED 2 1 0 0 1 14 24
SPORTING ALFAS 1 1 0 0 0 9 19
LEVANTE 1 0 0 0 1 8 8
LA MANGA 1 0 0 0 1 5 5
               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 6th 2014 

Madrid CC (19 points) beat Madrid United (5 points) by 4 wickets

Madrid United 168 all out of 28 overs, Madrid CC 170 for 6

April 13th 2014

Alcorcon (17 points) beat Madrid (7 points) by 9 runs

Alcorcon 172 all out in 30 overs, Madrid 163 all out in 39 overs.

April 27th 2014.

Alcorcon (19 points) beat Levante (8 points) by 42 runs

Alcorcon 246 all out (Tariq Ali 119, Orville 4-24) Levante 204 all out (Rhys Morgan 55)

May 10th 2014

Madrid United (19 points) beat La Manga (5 points) by 4 wickets

La Manga 166 all out (D Williams 89, K Nazeer 3-24) Madrid United 170 for 6 (K Nazeer not out 72) 

May 11th 2014

Alcorcon (20 points) beat Madrid (7 points) by 58 runs

Alcorcon 296 for 7 (M Sadwar 106 not out, Tariq Ali 55) Madrid 238 all out (J. Woodward 67, M Sadwar 3-50)  

May 17th 2014

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

Alcorcon 155 all out (M Sadwar 44, Shazad 3-15) Sporting Alfas 159 for 6 (J Brook 39)