BY STEVE MCHUGH: Bobby Cross is leaving the Central Lancashire League with a remarkable legacy. The 32-year-old has won the Sir Frank Worrell Trophy, awarded to the League’s leading amateur run-scorer, for a seventh time in 14 years. And the Heywood opener will be presented with his award at the annual CLL dinner a week Click here for more ….
CHRIS Humphreys’ praiseworthy efforts with the ball then bat just failed to inspire Heywood to any material reward in their last Central Lancashire League game at Crimble. The seasoned seamer claimed 4-47 in a marathon 17-over spell but could not stop a Chris Schofield century from helping Littleborough to a healthy 206-9 from their 50 Click here for more ….
Heywood ran into a determined, experienced and classy Littleborough side at Crimble, who ended their unbeaten start to the season. The home side were thoroughly outplayed from the moment the coin came down in Littleborough’s favour and Chris Schofield elected to bowl in a match reduced to 28 overs a side and on a damp, Click here for more ….
Heywood visit Bamford Fieldhouse for a tough LCB KO second-round clash. Heywood crushed Flixton on Sunday by seven wickets to set up a mouth-watering clash with Andy Barton’s high-profile side on May 27. ‘Bamfordshire’, as they are known for the rash of former professionals – country, county and club – in their ranks, beat Woodhouses Click here for more ….