Sep 122016

HEYWOOD concluded their first season in Greater Manchester Premier League with a decisive defeat of Flixton at Crimble. The nine-wicket romp against the admittedly well-below strength visitors at least makes sure that Heywood end the inaugural season in the new set-up not rock bottom of the table. But their relegation fate was known before the Click here for more ….

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Sep 082016

THE season may be drawing to a close but there is still a double bill of action at Crimble over the coming weekend. The senior side play their final match of the Greater Manchester Premier League season on Saturday when they host Flixton (12 30pm). And, on Sunday, Heywood stage the Under-14s Inter-League final between Click here for more ….

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Jun 272016

ANOTHER comprehensive defeat, this time at Flixton, has left Heywood wondering where their next Greater Manchester Premier League victory is coming from. A sizzling century from West Indian Marlon Welcome-Goodman saw the home side cash in on their closing overs to reach 226-6 after being put in by the visitors. Then Heywood’s brittle batting line-up Click here for more ….

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May 142012

BY STEVE McHUGH: BOBBY Cross clicked into top gear as Heywood marched into the second round of the Lancashire Cricket Board’s KO Cup competition. The skipper, bowled in freakish manner the previous day for a duck at Rochdale, hit 92 as Heywood chased down a Flixton score of 198-8 with just three wickets down. And Click here for more ….

May 132012

Bobby Cross showed that form is temporary and class is permanent with a magical knock against Flixton. Cross hit a superb 92 as Heywood hunted down Flixton’s decent total of 198-8 with ruthless efficiency. With pro Travis Townsend hitting an excellent 56 and Danny Pawson continuing his magnificent run with an unbeaten 36, Heywood cruised Click here for more ….

Oct 252011

Heywood have drawn Bolton and District Association League side Flixton in the first round of next year’s LCB KO Cup. And the reward for winning a banana skin of a tie is a trip to either Woodhouses or ‘noisy neighbours’ Bamford Fieldhouse. Last season, we enjoyed a good cup run until failing to perform against Click here for more ….

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