Jimmy’s funeral will be at Middleton Crematorium on Friday 18th September at 2.20pm followed by a reception at Heywood CC. The usual regulations will apply at the Crem and as usual we ask for common sense and understanding back at the club to allow the family to safely access the pavilion and then social distancing Click here for more ….
Heywood’s third team played hosts to Elton in the return fixture with the locals looking to do the double following victory at the Bury side’s ground earlier in the season. Elton won the toss and invited Heywood to bat first on what was a slightly soft wicket following the recent rain but were perhaps regretting Click here for more ….
Following the funeral we can now confirm that donations have exceeded £2,000 and this money will go to the junior cricket section at Heywood CC in memory of Scott. We thank you all for your generosity. The following message has been sent by Anne & Steve and they have asked us to share it with Click here for more ….
CRICKET is on the menu at Crimble this coming Saturday and Sunday (September 5 and 6) despite the senior side having no game for the second successive Saturday. They were due to go to Unsworth but their scheduled opponents have pulled out of the end-of-season 40 overs-per-side mini-league. The second team therefore hold centre stage Click here for more ….
Heywood are pleased to announce that Amar Ullah has agreed terms to remain at Crimble for a second season following the shortened 2020 campaign. The left handed all rounder has impressed in the brief campaign this summer with match winning runs against Edenfield, an opening day 50 at Brooksbottom and contributions with bat and ball Click here for more ….
Heywood’s third team played hosts to top of the table Clifton in the only fixture to be played at Crimble over the bank holiday weekend, knowing that they would need to continue their good form if they were to challenge their high flying visitors. Clifton won the toss and asked Heywood to bat first and Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD teams still have an action-packed weekend (August 28, 29, 30 and 31) despite no scheduled game at Crimble on Saturday. The Monkeys get the ball rolling, weather permitting, on Friday evening with a trip to Thornham CC to take on the home club’s Thunder team in the latest round of 15-over matches. Featuring in Click here for more ….
The senior side continued where they left off in the shortened league season with a successful run chase at Crimble on Saturday. Having lost the toss the home side were again in the field and Tottington made steady progress with both openers showing patience as well as punishing anything over pitched. Hilton and Zaman both Click here for more ….
Heywood’s young third took on an experienced Walshaw team at a chilly Crimble, looking to get back to winning ways following their narrow defeat the previous week. Walshaw won the toss and asked Heywood to bat first and they soon had the home side struggling with some tight bowling which made runs hard to come Click here for more ….
The funeral of Scott McHugh will take place on Wednesday 19th August. The service will be at Rochdale Crematorium, Bury Road, OL11 4DG and it will begin at 11.50am. Due to Covid-19 restrictions only a maximum of 22 people can enter the Chapel including the celebrant and we would be grateful if only those invited Click here for more ….
The annual Tom Hardman Trophy day will take place at the end of the month with Rochdale CC the hosts. Due to the time of year the day will be played as a 15over per side competition and the draw for the games is as follows: 1130am Middleton v Norden 2pm Rochdale v Heywood Final Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club will be hoping that the storms keep away and allow another busy weekend of cricket at Crimble. The senior team entertain Royton on Friday night in their latest 15-overs-per-side group game, hoping to make amends for the previous week’s defeat at Milnrow – when they failed to defend a total of almost Click here for more ….
Another young Heywood third team took the field for their first home game of the season against what has become the norm, a more experienced side, this time in the form of Bury who won the toss and elected to bat first. Heywood’s opening pair of Tom Pagett and Ethan Clarkson continued where they left Click here for more ….
Heywood first team may have lost narrowly in the T15 at Milnrow on Friday evening but they reversed their fortunes away at Edenfield on Saturday. For many Heywood players and supporters it was a first trip to the club that former Heywood man Steven Kirby had played for some 20 years ago and a good Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD Cricket Club’s first team turn back the clock on Friday night when they revisit a popular venue from their Central Lancashire League days. They make the short trip to Milnrow in the second match of their GMCL15 campaign, the 15-overs-per side competition which has superseded the T20 for the end of the current season. Click here for more ….