How fitting it was that Heywood produced their best performance since they beat Ormskirk in 2013 to end the most special weekend in the club’s history. Friday night’s 150th Anniversary Dinner at Crimble was a fantastic evening, a one-off, and the feelgood factor flowed through to Sunday as the first team moved into the last Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD receive one of the Lancashire area’s most powerful clubs at Crimble on Sunday. Crosby side the Northern Club, one of the leading lights in the Liverpool Competition, are the opposition in the second round of the Lancashire Cricket Board KO Cup (1pm). Many Heywood supporters will remember travelling to Crosby in the 2013 semi-final, Click here for more ….
Heywood were well beaten by an excellent Northern side in their LCB KO semi-final clash in Crosby. The home side were excellent with the ball and in the field, restricting Heywood to 178-9 off 45 overs. And, led by opener Stephen Lucas, they chased this total down without any bother, reaching 183-3 off 31.5 overs. Click here for more ….
Heywood field a full-strength team as they bid to win through to the final of the LCB KO Cup on Sunday. They travel to a powerful Northern side, who are currently top of the Liverpool Competition with three games to go and in the hunt for silverware in the final of the league’s Ray Digman Click here for more ….
Heywood will face Walsden on Saturday 7 September to accommodate Heywood’s LCB KO semi-final clash with Northern. The match had been due to be played the previous Sunday – 1 September – but that was the date on which the semi of Lancashire’s premier competition had to be played. The seconds’ clash with Walsden stays Click here for more ….
Heywood will take on Northern in the semi-final of the LCB KO Cup on Sunday, 1 September. The game at home to Walsden, scheduled for that day, will be brought forward to the Saturday, 31 August. Sadly, should our under-18s win their own semi-final this week, the final is to be played on the same Saturday Click here for more ….