Next Thursday (Thursday 17 March) is the most important night of the year at Heywood CC as the club holds its Junior Registration Night (7.30pm). Parents and young players can learn about the measures the club takes to look after your children while playing cricket and provide details to ensure your children’s well-being while at Click here for more ….
The ECB have launched the 2014 Play Hard, Play Fair and Stay in the Game campaign that aims to increase the awareness and knowledge of the Spirit of Cricket in players aged 11 to 17. The multiple choice quiz is designed to test your basic knowledge of the game, give you a greater understanding of how Click here for more ….
The ECB have announced England’s 15-player squad for the ICC Women’s World Twenty20, which gets underway in Bangladesh on 23rd March. Heywood and Lancashire’s Kate Cross retains her place in the squad for the tournament following the recent tours to the West Indies and Australia. Kent’s Charlotte Edwards will once again captain the side, which includes Click here for more ….
Over the winter, the CLL became involved in a venture with the ECB and LCB which aims to get clubs to see themselves as a business and plan for the long term. A meeting was held at Middleton CC, and was videoed. Heywood CC captain Bobby Cross, who appears on the attached video, explains what Click here for more ….
4pm Final update and pictures from today taken from around the ground. The patio is still being worked on and the cleaning up is well under way. Brilliant effort at a brilliant club. 2.15pm The presentation was made by Mike Gatting earlier on. In it, he praised the club for its efforts in becoming a Click here for more ….
If there hasn’t been enough great news around the club as regards NatWest Cricketforce 2012, the latest really adds a coat of gloss to proceedings. We have had it confirmed that Sky Sports cricket presenter, former Lancashire and England cricketer, author and raconteur David Lloyd will be at Crimble next Saturday (March 31). Bumble has Click here for more ….
BY STEVE McHUGH: THE people of Heywood have shown that they are right behind the town’s Cricket Club at the launch of an impressive venture. A crowd of around 150 gathered at the Civic Hall as the importance of Heywood being chosen as one of only three showcase clubs in the country for a NatWest Click here for more ….