MICHAEL Witts turned in an outstanding performance for the Greater Manchester League’s Under-14s side as they dominated the Michael Roche Trophy final against the Lancashire League Juniors at Crimble. The Heywood protégé was the main batsman on the day to master the conditions, and his 69 opening the innings enabled the Manchester side to reach Click here for more ….
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 ….
TWO of Heywood Cricket Club’s most promising young players step into the first team for their league debuts this coming weekend. Joe Humphreys, who has turned in a series of impressive performances in the second team, makes it a family triumvirate in the senior side alongside his dad Chris and older brother Dominic. And Michael Click here for more ….
AN emerging Heywood Cricket Club talent put on a spectacular show for the Greater Manchester League’s Under-14s representative side. Michael Witts, who has advertised his ability in Heywood sides up to 2nd X1 level, was selected as vice-captain for the League team against the Liverpool Competition at Woodbank. And, despite the match eventually being curtailed Click here for more ….
REPORT BY ROB MORLEY: A YOUNG Heywood 3rd X1 team scored an encouraging 116-run win in a rain-affected match away to Failsworth Macedonia 2nd X1 in their second match in the Sunday North East Division of the Greater Manchester League. A damp start to the day did not dampen the spirits of the visitors on Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S second team suffered the inevitable backlash of an extraordinary raft of unavailabilites and injuries at the weekend. The double header against Rochdale and Werneth might have appeared, at the start of the season, like a chance to gather big points. Instead, it turned out to be a miserable one from 10! And that the Click here for more ….
REPORT BY LEE GROGAN: Heywood Under-11s continued their winning start to the season with an eight-run win over last year’s winners Unsworth at Pole Lane. Captain Jack Morley lost the toss and was asked to bat first. HCC’s first pair off Jack Taylor and Robert Ruskin showed great resolve against the Unsworth opening attack and Click here for more ….