Jersey have completed a short trip to La Manga for two men's T20Is against Spain, both of which were played today, with the hosts winning both.

Spanish captain Christian Munoz-Mills won the toss and chose to bowl first in the opening game. Harrison Carlyon and Patrick Gouge started procedings with an 89 run partnership in 8.5 overs before the former was out for 49. Gouge reached the top score of the innings of 52 before he was out with Jonty Jenner hitting 43 from 27 balls to help the visitors post 195-5 from their 20 overs.

Spain's top three all contributed in their reply, with Muhammad Babar and Daniel Doyle-Calle both scoring 46 and Mohammad Yasin contributing 46. A knock of 41 from only 19 balls by Mohammad Ihsan was key though, as his big hitting towards the end of the run chase helped the home side win by five wickets with two balls to spare.

Jersey batted first in the second game, this time after winning the toss. Patrick Gouge was again the top scorer with 48 from 27 balls, but Harrison Carlyon's 19 and Jonty Jenner's 38 were then only other double digit scores for the visitors as they were bowled out for 141. Charlie Rumistrzewicz was the pick of Spain's bowlers with 3-13.

Spain got themselves into a position where they needed 14 from the final two overs with four wickets in hand, but two wickets in two balls from Daniel Birrell left them with seven needed from the final over with two wickets in hand. A leg-bye to Munoz-Mills started the final over, followed by a wicket left number 11 Rumistrzewicz on strike with six needed from four balls.

Rumistrzewicz managed a single from the first ball he faced to bring his captain back on strike, with Munoz-Mills cooly hitting two fours in two balls to secure the one wicket win with one ball to spare.