HEYWOOD Cricket Club is hoping for lots of volunteers from 9am on Saturday (April 2). The annual NatWest CricketForce day has become a vital part of the pre-season build-up, with a number of jobs identified to help ensure that Crimble remains the envy of other clubs. The inaugural CricketForce in 2012 saw an army of Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club is appealing for people to rally round on Saturday, April 2, for an annual event which has become a vital part of the pre-season build-up. The inaugural NatWest CricketForce day in 2012 saw an army of members and volunteers descend on Crimble to carry out vital work to the ground, surrounds and Click here for more ….
Work was going well at Heywood CC pre-season Natwest Cricketforce Day 2014. Grim weather had put a few off, but those who turned up got down to some graft, including putting out benches, setting up and painting the patio furniture, scrubbing up the front of the pavilion and painting the sightscreens. In the club, the Click here for more ….
Heywood Cricket Club is already benefiting from the NatWest CricketForce initiative this year before the big day itself arrives. Whilst players, members, supporters and members of the local community will be at the club on Sunday 6th April, preparations are already well underway and donations have started to come in. Bury College have generously donated Click here for more ….
Although it is now nearly two years since the remarkable NatWest CricketForce showcase event at Heywood CC the club is continuing to benefit from the support of NatWest and local businesses this year as the programme of renovation and development continues at the club. This year Sunday April 6th is the big day and we Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club are planning to replicate the success of last year’s NatWest CricketForce showcase day. The event backed by the banking giants and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) saw an army of volunteers help to transform the Crimble playing area, its surrounds and the clubhouse. The feelgood factor that the day engendered Click here for more ….
THE year 2012 will be remembered by many for various reasons – not least at Heywood Cricket Club. It was a year when most of the country found themselves in a financial struggle, with no immediate end to the recession in sight. It was a year of poor weather, particularly for cricket lovers who saw Click here for more ….
Heywood CC’s captain and chairman enjoyed their day at Lord’s recently at the ECB’s OSCAs ceremony. The club had won the LCB’s Natwest Cricketforce award for 2012 after the brilliant efforts over the winter and throughout the year at Crimble. This earned us a place at the main event at the home of cricket, but Click here for more ….
Heywood CC representatives are getting ready for a night of glamour in London later this month. The club has been nominated for the NatWest Cricketforce club of the year award at the ECB’s OSCAs awards at Lord’s. Heywood won the LCB award, which was held at Old Trafford earlier this year. The event takes place Click here for more ….
Heywood CC came away with one of the top awards from the Lancashire Cricket Board’s OSCAs night at Old Trafford on Friday. Heywood – well represented at the evening through the likes of president Bob Cross, vice-chairman John Rhodes, secretary Gwen Edwards, Dennis Booth and Bobby Cross – scooped the coveted Natwest Cricketforce club of Click here for more ….
BY STEVE MCHUGH: A FRANCTIC effort to set a record in painting a perimeter wall, putting the finishing touch to the newly extended Bob O’Keefe patio, completing the refurbished ladies toilet area. They were just some of the jobs undertaken on NatWest CricketForce day at Crimble. One of the highlights was an army of volunteers Click here for more ….
WHAT a great place! That was the message from some of the sport’s biggest names on a memorable NatWest CricketForce day at Heywood Cricket Club. More than 350 seniors and juniors gave Crimble a vibrant atmosphere as many renovation jobs were carried out, to give the ground a sparkling facelift in preparation for the new Click here for more ….
A few quotes sent to me from Bobby that he picked up on Saturday from Crimble. Superb stuff, especially the final one from Bumble …. Stephen Moore: “You would love to play your club cricket here every weekend.” Mike Gatting: “I have never known as many people stay behind after one of these events and Click here for more ….
After a day spent recovering, here are the final pictures to round up a magnificent effort on NatWest Cricketforce Day 2012 at Crimble on Saturday. Hundreds of people grafted all day on a variety of jobs and their work has transformed Crimble into something special. So, accordingly, all the workers, friends and family congregated in 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 ….