The annual pre-season dinner will take place at the club on Friday 17th April, 7pm for a 7.30pm start. As always a great chance to get back down and see familiar faces as the season gets underway, the event will be led by MC David Cross. A three course meal will be followed by entertainment Click here for more ….
The draw for the first round of the cups have been made for the senior sides. The 1st XI will be at home to Flowery Field on 17th May. The 2nd XI travel to newcomers Mottram St Andrews on the following Sunday, 24th May. The 3rd XI meanwhile will travel to Denton West for their first Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD supporters will not have relatively long to wait for cricket action in 2020. Friendlies for the first and second teams have been arranged for the first two weekends of April as a prelude to the new Greater Manchester Cricket League (GMCL) season. Norden will be the first opponents on Sunday, April 5, the senior Click here for more ….
The Junior Cricket section can confirm that junior training is now confirmed and will be at Siddal Moor Sports College as usual. Sessions start on 16th February and the schedule is detailed below, all sessions will be 12-2 and will of course be led by fully qualified, first aid trained and DBS checked coaches. The Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S senior side face their first two Greater Manchester Cricket League (GMCL) matches away from Crimble in an important 2020 season. They open on Saturday, April 18, with a trip to Whalley Range in a repeat of the meeting between the two clubs back in May last year – when Range came out on top Click here for more ….
There are a couple of events coming up at the club as we move into the New Year. On 24th January the Fashion Show comes back to the club with chance to buy heavily discounted items. Tickets are £5 each and more information is available from Catherine at Horrox Cross & Wilkinson. The club will Click here for more ….
2020 will see the 100th season of cricket at one of the finest grounds in Lancashire. Heywood Cricket Club has been in existence since 1865 but it was only in 1921 that the club first played at the beautiful Crimble ground that is still its home today. Heywood had played at two other locations in Click here for more ….
The Christmas season gets into action at Heywood Cricket Club this Sunday 24th November with the popular Christmas Fayre.. It’s free entry to the annual event from noon which gives members and guests the chance to browse the Christmas market stalls. There will also be attractions for the kids, and food and drink will be Click here for more ….
Heywood’s rising star Olivia Thomas had two reasons to celebrate last week. A week that started with news of her inclusion in the England Women’s Training Squad ended with Olivia collecting the prestigious Cedric Rhodes trophy at the Lancashire Age Group presentation evening, effectively the young female player of the year award for Lancashire. The Click here for more ….
Heywood Cricket Club are delighted to have secured the services of Amar Ullah for the 2020 season. A left arm spin bowler and capable batsman, Amar has played last 2 season for St Anne’s in Northern Premier. Last season he finished with 350 runs and 55 wkts – finishing as the 4th best performing bowler in the Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club’s popular Ploughman’s Lunch will be held this year on Remembrance Sunday, November 10 (12.30pm). The annual event is expected to bring a sizeable gathering on an emotional day to the Crimble pavilion, and tickets are now on sale from Eleanor Law (01706-643429). They can also be obtained from the offices of Horrox, Click here for more ….
Whilst the cricket may have finished for another season there is still plenty happening at the club in the lead up to the Christmas period. 2nd November – Bonfire Night: The annual bonfire and fireworks set to music is back and will be better than ever, gates open from 5.30pm and it’s £3 adults and Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD may have endured a disappointing 2019 season but two of their players are to be awarded accolades on Friday (October 25). Bobby Cross and Jack Morley have won the batting and bowling prizes respectively in Division 1A of the Greater Manchester League and their prizes will be handed over at the Presentation Dinner at Click here for more ….
Heywood bowlers Simon Dawson and Jack Morley have moved into the top twenty in the club’s all time leading amateur wicket takers following a successful summer for the duo. Dawson, who has established himself with the new ball has moved up to 17th in the list with 176 wickets to his name whilst Morley has Click here for more ….