May 132012
 

Big wickets for Humza Naeem

Heywood made it a fantastic four wins in a row with a 90-run demolition of Rochdale on Saturday.

Danny Pawson set the tone with another superb half-century, but Ross Zelem aside, Heywood’s batting was poor and 175 was well below par.

However, Humza Naeem continues to improve and his two key wickets of overseas amateur Byron Hancock and pro Malinda Warnapura set Heywood well on their way to victory.

The rest of the bowlers claimed two apiece to bowl Rochdale out for 85 and stake Heywood’s claim to be one of the favourites for the CLL title.

Full report to come tomorrow.

HEYWOOD

R Cross b Faulkner 0
R Zelem st Crabtree b Butterworth 47
T Townsend b Cryer 18
D Pawson st Crabtree b Butterworth 54
D Latham run out 0
L Grogan b Warnapura 6
H Naeem b Warnapura 9
J Lovell c Smith b Butterworth 9
H Paterson c Warnapura b Butterworth 11
R Slawson b Warnapura 1
C Kaye not out 0
Extras 20
Total (49.2 overs) 175
Fall of wickets: Harling 9-2-19-0, Faulkner 5-0-22-1, Cryer 6-1-10-1, Dawson 3-1-15-0, Butterworth 13.2-1-65-4, Warnapura 13-3-39-3

ROCHDALE

B Hancock b Naeem 0
A Smith c Townsend b Slawson 20
M Warnapura c and b Naeem 16
I Hague lbw b Townsend 4
D Cryer c Cross b Slawson 0
I Helliwell lbw b Lovell 17
A Dawson c Paterson b Townsend 2
G Butterworth c Cross b Kaye 15
M Harling not  out 1
D Faulkner b Lovell 0
L Crabtree lbw b Kaye 0
Extras 10
Total (34 overs) 85
Fall of wickets: 1-1, 2-28, 3-40, 4-45, 5-49, 6-56, 7-84, 8-84, 9-84, 10-85
Bowling: Naeem 7-1-18-2, Slawson 11-3-35-2, Townsend 8-2-22-2, Kaye 6-3-10-2, Lovell 2-2-0-2.

Heywood won by 90 runs

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