Crimble will play host to a fashion show on Friday 26th October, 7.30pm, with the chance for shoppers to grab discounts of between 50-75% off high street prices. Tickets are just £5 and are available from Cathy on 07809 238985 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Payment will be accepted on the night – both cash and card.
CRIMBLE will be a hive of activity for the Club’s eagerly anticipated Presentation Evening on Friday, October 12 (7pm). The awards will range from: + The Lancashire All Stars cricket section, featuring five to eight-year-olds. + The junior teams comprising the Under-9s, Under-11s, Under-13s, Under-15s and Under-18s. + The senior sides made up of the Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club’s female protégé Olivia Thomas can look back on an outstanding season at Lancashire with pride. The 14-year-old all-rounder has featured regularly in Heywood’s second and third teams this season, and recently took her first senior five-wicket haul with figures of 5-28 from seven overs in a third team game against Egerton. But it Click here for more ….
DANNY Pawson is moving on after an 11-season playing association with Heywood Cricket Club. The now 27-year-old came to Crimble from Milnrow at the age of 17 ahead of the 2008 campaign originally as a wicketkeeper-batsmen, but in recent years has given up the gloves because of knee problems. And the left-hander has turned out Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S second team ended their Division 4 East campaign in the Greater Manchester League with a thumping win at Saddleworth. The home side could muster only 10 batsmen and closed on 60-9 in just 17 overs. Chris Kaye again led the way with 5-13 from five overs, Cav Hilton backed him up with 3-19 and Click here for more ….
Danny Pawson has played his final game for Heywood after 11 fantastic years at the club. He will move to Prestwich for the 2019 season. He said: “Playing for Heywood has been a privilege. I have had some of the best moments of my career here and owe the club a hell of a lot.” Click here for more ….
REPORT BY STEVE MCHUGH: THE LIGHTS finally went out on Heywood’s escape route in the Greater Manchester Premier League on a dramatic final day of the season. The clash against Clifton turned to be a winner-takes-all survival showdown. And it had a dramatic conclusion, ending in near darkness after a three-hour delay produced a 30-overs-per-side game Click here for more ….
THE curtain comes down on another local cricket season at the weekend – and it’s an important finale for Heywood’s senior side. They entertain Clifton on Saturday needing a victory to have a chance of preserving their Greater Manchester Premier League status. The second team, after being in the one of the two Division 4 East Click here for more ….
BY STEVE McHUGH: HEYWOOD will be keeping their fingers crossed that the weather does not interfere with the final day of the Greater Manchester Premier League programme for a second successive week. Saturday’s total washout of the fixtures leaves Heywood precariously positioned in the fourth and final relegation place, with Denton West, Edgworth and Greenmount Click here for more ….
REPORT BY ROGER SMETHURST: HEYWOOD’S third team managed to beat the weekend monsoons when they travelled to Bury on Sunday to play Woodbank buoyed by their victory of the previous weekend. But the side slipped to an eight-wicket defeat, scoring a creditable 130-6 from 29 overs then seeing the home side chase down the victory Click here for more ….
IT’S crunch time for Heywood’s first and second teams on Saturday. The senior side go to bottom club Denton West knowing that victory is vital in their bid to stave off relegation from the Greater Manchester Premier League for a second time in three seasons. Heywood are fourth bottom and battling to avoid joining West, Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S second team stayed in contention for promotion from Division 4 East of the Greater Manchester Premier League with an 88-run victory at Ashton Ladysmith. And that’s sets up a showdown with Denton at Crimble on Saturday, when the winners will be poised to go up alongside champions elect Hollinwood. Heywood were indebted to 55 Click here for more ….
YOU can’t accuse Heywood of making life easy for themselves! They slipped back into the bottom four danger zone of the Manchester Premier League with a Jekyll and Hyde 33-run defeat to fellow strugglers Denton St Lawrence. And that leaves them possibly needing to win their last two games, away to bottom club Denton West Click here for more ….
ONLY three games left in the Greater Manchester Premier League season but for two of Heywood’s teams they assume extra importance. The first team can go a long way to ensuring their Premier League place next year when they entertain Denton St Lawrence at Crimble on Saturday. The two sides are separated by just a Click here for more ….
THREE victories in succession, seventh place in the table, and yet Heywood are still not immune from relegation from the Greater Manchester Premier League! A six-wicket defeat of Edgworth at Crimble was virtually as routine as it sounds and leaves the visitors virtually doomed to the drop. Denton West are already relegated and, with Greenmount Click here for more ….