Heywood CC skipper Danny Pawson believes Sunday’s superb Tommy Hardman CLL T20 Finals’ Day triumph is a “sign of things to come” for the club. Heywood saw off a powerful Walsden side in a last-over thriller at Woodhouse Lane in the semi-final to win by one run, then turned in a superb all-round performance in Click here for more ….
Heywood travel to Monton in the quarter-finals of the T20 Cup on Friday, start 6.15pm. Heywood qualified on run rate from the same group Monton topped, going down to a narrow 12-run defeat in the clash at the Quaker Ground earlier this season. The rest of the draw is: Norden v Royton Rochdale v Heyside Click here for more ….
Heywood fell just short of what would have been an excellent victory over Rochdale in the T20 at Crimble. Shorn of a professional, Joe Lovell and Ross Zelem, Heywood still had enough skill to reduce a strong Rochdale side to 100-6 chasing Heywood’s target of 140. Alas, some loose bowling and a lack of Click here for more ….
Heywood field a youthful and pro-less side for the visit of Rochdale to Crimble in Friday night’s T20 clash. Into the side come Dom Fawcett and Chris Booth under the leadership of Danny Pawson. It’s a big ask for a side shorn of Bobby Cross, Ross Zelem and Travis Townsend, but it’s a great chance Click here for more ….
AN early injury setback to professional Travis Townsend was a cause for alarm as Heywood slumped to their second successive defeat in the North West Group of the John Willie Lees Twenty20 Cup. The South African all-rounder, captaining the side in the absence of Bobby Cross, suffered a concerning hand injury in the early overs Click here for more ….
Big hitting from Dale Latham just failed take Heywood to T20 victory at Middleton. Latham and Heywood started the last over of the game needing 17 to win after a stunning 19th over from young Middleton paceman Saq Mahmood restricted them to just three runs and the loss of skipper Bobby Cross With 15 needed Click here for more ….
There’s a big weekend of cricket ahead for all the club’s senior teams. On Saturday, it’s the start of the T20 and Heywood travel to Middleton (2pm start). Heywood reached the semi-finals last season, only to lose to Littleborough, and will be tested on the excellent Towncroft pitch. It’s another chance for Andy Dawson to Click here for more ….
Part 2 of the review of the season is here, and I pick my five games of the season. Again, it’s my view and all but one of them I saw every ball of. One I didn’t but am reliably informed by my dad that it was THE complete performance of the season. These are 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 ….
It is anticipated that Heywood CC’s T20 clash against Monton and Weaste will be played at Crimble next Tuesday (17 July). The game, due to be played on Friday, clashes with the club’s attendance at the LCB OSCAs night at Old Trafford, with key personnel missing. There is also a change of venue for the Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD are this week grappling with a dilemma over the date for an important Cup showdown. All the quarter-finalists in the Lees Bitter Twenty20 Cup were ordered to reply their games on Friday night (6.15), after last Friday’s scheduled date was another total wash-out. But Heywood, who take on Monton and Weaste at Crimble, face Click here for more ….
Heywood CC face a Friday night showdown with Monton and Weaste at Crimble after topping the North West group in the CLL’s T20 competition. Norden beat Rochdale at Woodhouse Lane last night in a last-ball thriller, meaning Heywood top the group with Middleton going through as runners’-up. It means potentially another great night at Crimble Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD will have to wait to learn if they have qualified for the quarter-finals of the Lees Bitter Twenty20 Cup after being pipped in their final North West Group match. They lost by five wickets, with just one ball left, to Rochdale in a tense finale. But Heywood may have done enough to make the Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD will try to banish any signs of a John Willie Lees Wood Cup hangover on another important Central Lancashire Cricket League weekend. The table-topping side were sent crashing to their first domestic defeat of the season – apart from their Lancs KO Cup exit at star-studded Bamford Fieldhouse – when they lost at Milnrow Click here for more ….