Cricket chairman David Fare has confirmed Rob Nicol as Heywood’s professional for 2015. The New Zealand all-rounder, 31, is a superb signing for Heywood, an experienced international who, over our winter, will captain Auckland in his country’s domestic competition following a move from Canterbury. Nicol has played 22 ODIs for New Zealand, scoring two hundreds, Click here for more ….
Heywood put Saturday’s below-par performance behind them to crush Werneth at the Coppice. The newly-promoted Oldham side are finding life tough having stepped up a division, and were made to feel even more ill-at-ease thanks to a solid innings from new pro Farhaan Behardien. The South African international is still finding his feet at Crimble, Click here for more ….
A brilliant century from Heywood captain Danny Pawson set up a deserved victory for Heywood CC in their first home CLL clash of the season against Rochdale. Pawson played with class and control all around the wicket to hit his second century for Heywood, finishing on 115 to set his side on the way to Click here for more ….
Heywood start their league campaign with a tough fixture at Littleborough on Sunday. Although new pro Farhaan Behardien has yet to arrive after being held up by visa problems, the club are still hopeful he’ll be here for the start of the season. The seconds entertain Littleborough, newly-promoted from Division Two. On Saturday, there’s an Click here for more ….
Heywood supporters will have dual interest in the World T20 next month with news that new professional Farhaan Behardien has been selected in the South Africa squad for the tournament. This follows the news of Kate Cross’ inclusion in the England Women’s squad for the Women’s version of the competition. Former Lancashire star Faf du Click here for more ….
Heywood have made one of their biggest signings for years in new pro Farhaan Behardien, according to cricket chairman David Fare. Fare announced at Tuesday’s AGM that he had completed the signing of the 30-year-old South African ODI star following George Worker’s decision to stay in New Zealand. Behardien had been expected to join Heywood Click here for more ….