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 ….
REPORT BY SCOTT MCHUGH: Heywood were on the wrong end of a super Littleborough performance in Sunday’s Wood Cup quarter-final clash at Hare Hill. Home skipper Clinton Perren showed all the class in the world to score a chanceless 132 that set his side on the way to a formidable total of 295-4 off their Click here for more ….
Heywood made it two fine wins in a row as they administered a thorough thrashing to Littleborough at Hare Hill. Beaten convincingly by Boro at Crimble last month, Bobby Cross’s side were evidently buoyed by their magnificent victory over Ormskirk last week in the LCB KO and hammered the home side by seven wickets. It Click here for more ….