JACK Morley made a decent contribution in his first match for the England Under-16s team in the first match of their Sri Lankan tour. England slipped to a two-run defeat in the opening match at the Colombo Oval, replying with 137 after the hosts had posted 139. Heywood’s 15-year-old protégé was given an eight-over bowling Click here for more ….
Please note, family membership fees (two adults children under-18) will be £55 per year and have been reduced by £10 from £65, despite a report earlier this year saying they had been reduced to £35. This is not true, and was a mistake on our part. If you have any queries, please contact secretary Gwen Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S first round date in the Royal London National Club Championship has been confirmed. They face a trip to leading Bolton League side Farnworth on Sunday, April 23 (1pm), in what should be a tough early season test for the Cimble side. It will complete an attractive first competitive weekend of the season, with Heywood Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club sends its best wishes to Jack Morley as he prepares to step on to the international stage. The 15-year-old all-rounder, a product of the junior system at Crimble, leaves from Heathrow for Sri Lanka on Thursday (March 23) as part an an Under-16s final 14-man squad to represent the English Cricket Board in a series Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club are hopeful that plans to revamp the junior cricket section will spark an upsurge of interest. The youth side of the Club has always been a priority at Crimble, but a newly-formed Junior Cricket Committee has been working hard over the winter months to make it become more appealing than ever. It Click here for more ….
The Heywood CC race trip has always been one of the highlights of the season, thanks to Mark Wright’s exceptional organisation. It’s a far bigger affair than it was back when we made our first trip to Bangor in, roughly 1993. The more intimate affairs of the early days are the trips I remember and Click here for more ….
IT may not exactly be cricket weather at the moment but the new season is little more than a month away. And players can start to sharpen their skills in the shape of senior indoor nets practice, which started at Siddal Moor last weekend. First, second and third team members of Heywood Cricket Club have Click here for more ….
Heywood Cricket Club will welcome members and guests for the annual pre-season sportsman’s dinner on Friday 21st April, 7pm for 7.30pm start. A three course carvery meal will be followed by a comedian and the evening is a great chance to get back down to the club and look forward to another summer of cricket. Click here for more ….
The popular NatWest CricketForce event returns to the club on the weekend of 1st and 2nd April this year as we seek to get the ground ready for another busy summer of cricket. The major project for the event is the refurbishment of the gents toilets which is ongoing and there are plenty of other Click here for more ….
Following recent gossip in both local media and on social media Heywood CC Chairman, John Rhodes, has asked for the following statement to be issued to club members: “The committee of Heywood Cricket Club would like to assure members and supporters that despite recent rumours online the club has made no enquiry, formal or otherwise, Click here for more ….
Danny Pawson will reassume the position as captain of Heywood’s first team for the 2017 season. Danny was at the helm in 2014 and 2015 before Chris Humphreys took over. Now he reclaims the role in an important second season for the club in the Greater Manchester Cricket League. Heywood were relegated from the Premier Click here for more ….
CRIMBLE has not only been a place for lovers of just cricket to gather. Heywood Old Boys Amateur Football Club once used Heywood Cricket Club as a place to convene in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. And the venue is now the scene of a second reunion on Friday, February 24 (7pm), following a successful Click here for more ….
COME and join us! That was the message to anyone interested in becoming a member of Heywood Cricket Club at the 152nd annual meeting at Crimble. The Committee revealed a decision to reduce full membership per year from £35 to £25, and a family membership from £65 to £35. Chairman John Rhodes, in his annual report, Click here for more ….
A CHARITY walk/run commemorating one of the brightest young talents ever produced at Heywood Cricket Club will be staged again in March. The TH96 Charity Challenge commemorates all-rounder Tom Hardman, who came through the youth ranks at Crimble, graduated to the Lancashire Cricket Club Academy and played for the county’s age group sides and eventually Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club’s forthcoming annual general meeting will be held in the clubhouse on Tuesday, January 31 (7.45pm). But it could be the last one held in the first month of the year if proposed rule changes are passed at the meeting . It is proposed that in future the new financial year will run Click here for more ….