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European Cricket Championship

CARTAMA TOWN HALL HOISTS THE FLAG AS EUROPEAN CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP COMES CALLING

Broadcast to a worldwide audience, the European Cricket Championship - ECC21 - is a month-long national team tournament including representative sides from England and the Netherlands. Featuring almost 100 games in September and October, 15 national teams will contest the inaugural 2021 edition. The competition will be intense for the European Cricket Championship crown at the picturesque Cartama Cricket Oval, Malaga, Spain.

Starting in two weeks time in sunny Spain, ECC21 - is set to get pulses racing.

Pictured from left to right at Cartama Town Hall as preparations continue at a fast pace for the inaugural European Cricket Championship.

Far left - David Cooper, Owner Sports World Spain and Mastermind behind the stunning Cartama Oval Cricket Ground.

Jorge Gallardo Mayor of Cartama and Rosa Maria Gonzalez, Head of Sport in Cartama, pictured with Roger Feiner, CEO of ECL AG at Cartama Town Hall.

Far right - Jay Wild, President Costa del Sol CC, Liaison Officer for ECN.

“Spain’s weather is perfect for year-round cricket, and Cartama’s cricketing facilities and location make it an awesome destination especially for cricket fans and holidaymakers,” said Roger Feiner.

“The quality of the ground and facilities at Cartama make it an ideal site for us and we are certain that this is just the start of a mutually-beneficial long-term partnership with Cartama and it's local government.”

The hosts Spain will get the high-octane ECC21 T10 international action underway on Monday 13 September against Belgium.