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INTELLECTUALS V BLACKHEATH   25th July 2017

Intellectuals welcomed the touring side Blackheath Rugby Club to Bonalba Cricket Ground in Alicante last weeking and it was the hosts that took the cricketing honours.

Batting first the Intellectuals posted a total of 199 from their 35 overs.

Khavar with 37 and Abdul for 26 posted the best scores for the home team. For the tourists Fuller took two wickets for twelve runs and Purchase finished with bowling figures of two for ten off his two overs.

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LEVANTE V SPORTING ALFAS I   25th July 2017

Levante once again played second fiddle to Sporting Alfas I, but it was a Levante side that pushed the Albir based club for their victory this time around. 

Batting first Levante made 310 for 7 with an amzing innings from Nisar Mughal the centrepoint of the innings. Coming in with the score at 116 for 6 he was there at the end of the innings unbeaten on 98. 

With a large score to chase down Alfas relied on their Spanish internationals past and present. Opener Crompton kick-started the innings with a fine 75 and this was continued by the current skipper Christian Munoz Mills who hit 80. However, it was Faran Afzal, with an unbeaten 60 that saw his team home to victory.

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Sporting Alfas Cricket Club Sporting Alfas 2nd X1 162 for 2 beat Alicante Star 159 for 10

Alicante Stars, unbeaten so far this year, arrived bright and early for their match against current league leaders Alfas in the latest match of Division 2, so early in fact, they had a 2 hour wait before play commenced as they believed the game to be an 11:00 start, despite numerous mails being sent to confirm it was 13:00!

The toss was undertaken and the co-captains of Alicante Stars won the toss and elected to bat first and Usman and Lali got us underway.

A great start for Alfas was achieved when, in the 4th over, Lali tried to hook one for 4 off Perman, but only found Redhead at squareleg and had to depart. His opening partner did not fare much better, chasing a leg wide from Perman in his next over and nicking through to the keeper. Perman with 2 in 3 overs.

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MADRID I V VALENCIA STARS  24th July 2017

Madrid Cricket Club got their first premier league win at the seventh attempt when beating Valencia Stars last weekend.

Batting first Madrid posted the huge total of 306 for 9 from their overs. Australian Adam Langhans top scored with 71 and he was well supported by his skipper Richard Wilson who made 68 and Joe Healey who hit a half century.

Despite the amount of runs scored there were good bowling contributions from Khuzzam who bagged 4-56 and Arshad who bagged 2-45

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MADRID STAR V MADRID UNITED  24th July 2017

The league derby between Madrid United and Madrid Stars went the way of the Stars last weekend in a closely fought contest at Sonseca.

Batting first Madrid United were all out for 188. They started well enough with openers Akmal and Shahzad putting on 89 for the first wicket. The second wicket also fell on the same score and from that point wickets fell at regular intervals, although Ankus (31) and Apul (22) did help to give their team a third batting point.

For the Stars Kashif Aziz and Humayoun took three wickets each and Ali Cheema, Kashif Rana and Rizwan Shah also chipped in with wickets.

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Article in the Irish Times entitled La Manga's grass roots to play a part in Irish Cricket's Growth written by Emmet Riordan.

https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/other-sports/la-manga-s-grass-roots-to-play-part-in-irish-cricket-s-growth-1.3165631


 

The Cataluyna Cricket Association have announced they will host an International Cricket Tournament later this year.

The tournament will take places at the Videres ground in October, on the 13th,14th and 15th.

Further details will be announced shortly but any team interested can get in touch with Cricket Espana or by e.mail by contacting pkafzaal82@gmail.com or Adnan Khan on (0034) 673636096.

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ASIA CUP IN BARCELONA 2017  18th July 2017

Pakistan were the inaugural winners of the Asia Cup played in Barcelona last weekend.

The first match took place at nine am in the morning and was the mouthwatering clash between India and Pakistan.

First blood went to India who comfortably beat Pakistan by seven wickets. Pakistan then went onto win a must win game when the beat Bangladesh by 58 runs.

This ensured the final group game had numerous permatations with all three clubs still vying for a place in the evening final.

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Madrid United returned to the VCG yesterday for a league confrontation with Levante and put in a strong performance to emerge victorious by five wickets.

Winning the toss the visitors invited the hosts to bat and a fiery spell of opening bowling from Toqueer ensured runs were hard to come by. The first wicket fell with the score on 18 when Tony Little was clean bowled by the former Slough Town player for three.

Damian Garvey and Scott Burchell put on 50 for the second wicket but then Garvey and Levante captain both fell in the sixteenth over to put Levante on the back foot. From that point wickets fell at regular intervals as the home side were reduced to 142 all out by the 29th over.

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GJ ESTATES LANZAROTE CRICKET LEAGUE ROUNDUP 

The first game saw St Georges play LCC. LCC won the toss and elected to field. LCC took an early wicket but then D.Smith (103) and A.French (35) steadied the ship with French falling on 114-2. Smith fell in the 31st over and St Georges finished up with a total of 217-4 to chase. LCC started well with M.Tahilani (29) scoring freely before falling in the 6th over. After the disappearance of the LCC captain, there was not much resistance with only one other batsman reaching double figures and LCC finishing on 76 all out. 

The second game between Khalsa and LCC was a fairly one sided affair. Khalsa won the toss and in a bid to extend their Net Run Rate lead batted first. They scored 249 for 8 wickets with most of the batsmen chipping in. In reply, LCC struggled to get any momentum throughout the innings falling well short at 91 all out. Khalsa then went top of the table by a clear win with a massively favourable Net Run Rate leaving St Georges all the work to do in the final game of the season. 

The final game of the season between St Georges and Cobras would decide the final league standings and proved to be the spectacle it deserved. Cobras winning the toss put St Georges in to bat. After losing an early wicket, St Georges seem settled reaching drinks at 113-1. Opener D.Smith (69) fell in the 22nd over leaving A.French (57) ticking over at the other end.

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