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 ….
HEYWOOD supporters can watch the Club’s teams in action on three successive days on the coming Bank Holiday weekend. The first and second teams are on parade on Saturday, the senior side at home to Edgworth in an important Greater Manchester Premier League clash while the seconds travel to take on Failsworth Macedonia. On Sunday, Click here for more ….
TOM McQuinn’s fine first season with the ball for Heywood’s senior team with the ball is underlined by the latest club averages. The 28-year-old Aussie paceman has claimed 49 scalps at an average of 17.9 runs per wicket, and he is set to top the 50 mark in the last four games of the season. Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD second team’s Division 4 East title aspirations were virtually crushed by leaders Hollinwood at Crimble. The local side’s batting frailties resurfaced as they were sent packing for a meagre 54, then the visitors strolled to victory by seven wickets. It leaves Hollinwood in pole position to take the title. They lead on 88 points, Click here for more ….
A ROLLER-coaster game produced a cliffhanger conclusion as Heywood took another step towards Greater Manchester Premier League safety. Heywood eventually defeated fellow relegation battlers Greenmount by one wicket with one ball of the game left at Brandlesholme Road. But those facts barely begin to scratch the surface of a match of several momentum swings. Greenmount Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S first and second teams face key Greater Manchester Cricket League games on Saturday. The senior side go to Greenmount with both sides battling for survival in the Premier division. And the second team entertain Hollinwood, who hold a nine-point lead at the top of Division 4 East. Heywood are nine points behind in joint Click here for more ….
A SPARKLING five-wicket return by James Mills paved the way for a 36-run victory by Heywood’s second team at Ashton. The left-arm bowler claimed 5-29 in a terrific 14-over spell as the home side were bundled out for 96 in reply to 132 by the visitors, who stay well in the hunt for promotion from Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD pulled the match out of the fire to gun down title-chasing Woodbank and give their Greater Manchester Premier League survival hopes a fillip. The home side, missing three key players, entered the game with few real expectations – at least in the eyes of many of the home supporters – and struggled to 57-5 Click here for more ….
ONE of the social highlights of the cricket season takes place at Crimble this coming Sunday, (August 12, noon). A charity match between Hardman’s Lemons and an Eggers Patio Select is in memory of two late members of Heywood Cricket Club – Tom Hardman and Trevor ‘Egger’ Jones. The game always attracts plenty of support Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD continue their battle against relegation from the Greater Manchester Premier League at home to second-placed Woodbank on Saturday. But they have to do so without top order batsmen Bobby Cross and Andy Kerr, plus opening bowler Simon Dawson. The second team, bidding for promotion from Division 4 East, travel to Ashton the same day. Click here for more ….
AN outstanding bowling display by Heywood’s record wicket-taker Chris Kaye led to the second team getting back on to the winning trail in Division 4 East of the Greater Manchester League. The 49-year-old returned the remarkable figures of 9-55 from almost 14 overs as Royton were bowled out for 148 at Crimble. Then Dominick Fawcett Click here for more ….