HEYWOOD’S 2nd X1 bid to preserve their Division Three status in the Greater Manchester League in their final match of the season at Crimble on Saturday (12.30pm). They entertain leaders Prestwich knowing that a victory will give the local side a strong chance of avoiding relegation. But the visitors will also be keen for a Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD face a crunch Greater Manchester Premier League game at home to Bury on Saturday. The teams currently stand third and fourth bottom respectively in the table, with the bottom four teams due to be relegated to Division One at the end of the season. Heywood have shown signs of a resurgence in their last Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD cranked up the power to knock Prestwich off the top of the Greater Manchester Premier League – and boost their own survival hopes. The scorecard shows an authoritative six-wicket victory for the visitors at The Heys, but the match hung in the balance halfway through the Prestwich innings. Big-hitting Ryan Stanbury and Ali Raza Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club teams are facing another big double assignation in their inaugural season in the Greater Manchester League. The first team go to Premier leaders Prestwich on Saturday as they bid to follow up their second league victory of the season last weekend. And on Sunday they are on finals day of the Archway Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD have received another home draw in the last 16 of the Derek Kay Per-Fit 1st X1 Cup on Sunday June 26 (1pm) Their reward for beating Elton and Dukinfield in the first two rounds is a last 16 Crimble clash against Prestwich, who slammed Heywood by nine wickets in their first completed home game Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD suffered a chastening nine-wicket home defeat at home to Prestwich as they came to terms with life in the Premier Division season of the new Greater Manchester League. The home side limped to 117 from just four balls short of their allotted 50 overs on what looked a difficult wicket to score fluently. But Click here for more ….
BOBBY Cross is a rare miss from a Heywood first team game when Heywood entertain Prestwich in the Premier Division of the Greater Manchester League on Saturday (1pm). Liam Mason is also an absentee, meaning that Heywood will have to field a new opening partnership, and into the side for his senior debut comes Rob Click here for more ….
Pro Rob Nicol showed his class to set Heywood on their way to an LCB KO Cup quarter-final showdown with Walsden. He hit a brilliant 75 on what appeared a slightly sticky pitch at Prestwich on Sunday to help Heywood post a formidable target of 216 off 39 overs, the match reduced in overs from Click here for more ….