It’s been all go at Crimble over the past two weeks, with lots of Lancashire age group games to prepare wickets and food for, as well as get the ground ready for the JW Lees Wood Cup final.
While there are plenty of people who have put in a lot of graft, special mention and praise must go to four club stalwarts in particular.
Keith Caveney and Keith Warren have spent days at the club, preparing pitches, maintaining machinery and doing the odd jobs that keep Heywood a popular place to play for all involved in the Lancashire set up. They have been ably assisted by many other helpers.
And also massive praise has to go to Gwen Edwards and Yvonne Caveney for buying food in, preparing teas and organising so much to feed the young Lancashire players and their opponents. Again, they have been helped by many others, who have also given up their time for free.
There are many other people to thank for their involvement and help with preparing the club for the JW Lees Wood Cup final. More to come in the coming weeks.
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