Madrid played a league game for the second consecutive day at La Manga and once again they were on the wrong end of a high scoring game.
Batting first, after winning the toss, Madrid posted an highly respectable score of 255 all out from 44.4 overs.
Adam Langhans continued his rich vein of form by hitting 65 runs to follow up on his previous day’s score of 77 against Pinatar Pirates. Debutant Rennick also hit a fine 51 and Momand made an healthy contribution with 39 runs.
In reply, Valencia Stars chased down the total with twelve overs to spare and six wickets in hand. The star in the Stars batting was Yasir who made 121 runs. Valencia took maximum points from the game whilst Madrid added six points to their league total.
Valencia Stars (20 points) beat Madrid (6 points) by 6 wickets.
Madrid 255 all out (A Langhans 65, Rennick 51, Momand 39)
Valencia Stars 256 for 4 (Yasir 121)
ECCL DIVISION ONE
|VALENCIA STARS CC||2||1||0||1||0||25|
|PINATAR PIRATES CC||1||1||0||0||0||20|
|SPORTING ALFAS CC||1||1||0||0||0||20|
|MADRID UNITED CC||1||1||0||0||0||17|
|MADRID SUPER STARS||0||0||0||0||0||0|
April 29th Madrid United 17 points beat Valencia Stars 5 points by 113 runs
Madrid United 158 all out (A Mahmood 5-20) Valencia Stars 55 all out (T Hussain 5 wickets)
May 5th Sporting Alfas 20 points beat Levante 2 points by 9 wickets
Levante 154 all out (Abdul 4-29) Sporting Alfas 156 for 1 (A Alger 60 not out, G Crompton 50 not out)
May 5th Pinatar Pirates 20 points beat Madrid CC 6 points by 122 runs
Pirates 366 for 4 (K Karan 113 not out, V Vini 105 not out) Madrid CC 240 all out (A Langhans 77, B Singh 3-59)
May 6th Valencia Stars 20 points beat Madrid 6 points by 6 wickets.
Madrid 255 all out (A Langhans 65, Rennick 51) Valencia Stars 256 for 4 (Yasir 121)