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 ….
Another big weekend beckons for Heywood. The firsts entertain Littleborough – Chris Schofield et al. – on Saturday, one of the genuine contenders for the title. Clinton Perrin, the Harehill side’s pro, is a proven class act and always looks the part on Crimble. On Sunday, it’s a trip to Ladyhouse for the Lancashire Cup Click here for more ….
BOBBY Cross believes his Heywood team can reflect with pride and frustration after finishing runners-up in the 2012 Central Lancashire League title race. The skipper’s prediction that Walsden would be the team to beat proved to be spot on, as Heywood finished eight points behind the Todmorden area club despite losing only four league games Click here for more ….
Heywood stayed in the hunt for CLL glory with a comprehensive defeat of a struggling Littleborough side at Hare Hill. It was a good toss to win for Heywood skipper Bobby Cross on a lively wicket, but it was a great performance with the ball that saw Boro dismissed for 101 and a solid performance Click here for more ….
Hopes of Lees Bitter T20 Finals Day success were scuppered after a poor show from the Hewood top order at Littleborough on Sunday. Chasing just 104 for victory after a top-notch performance in the field against the host side, Heywood’s mercurial top four failed to apply the necessary concentration and left the lower middle too Click here for more ….
Heywood skipper Bobby Cross is excited about his side’s prospects ahead the Lees Bitter T20 Finals Day at Hare Hill on Sunday. Heywood qualified for the final after a bowl out victory over Monton and Weaste on Tuesday. They face Littleborough in the first match of finals day (start 10.30am), with Middleton or Werneth awaiting Click here for more ….
BIG Cup dates dominate another important weekend for Heywood Cricket Club’s table-topping sides. The first team entertain Littleborough while the second team go to Hare Hill on Saturday trying to extend their tremendous starts to the Central Lancashire League season. But arguably the greater expectations come on Sunday, when the senior side are at Milnrow Click here for more ….
A young and relatively inexperienced Heywood under-18s side showed they have a bright future ahead of them despite going down to a defeat at Littleborough last night. Littleborough won the toss and their powerful and more experienced side looked to make the most of the perfect conditions – and a generous bit of square leg Click here for more ….
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 ….