The committee would like to thank those that have given the club overwhelming support over the past few weeks, not least those that have renewed their membership despite the lack of activity down at the ground. The response from members, both playing and social, has been superb and makes us more determined than ever that Click here for more ….
The club are saddened to hear of the news of the passing of Bob Horrox this morning, surrounded by his family, after a long battle with illness. Bob played for the club at intervals between 1955 and 1972 and took 237 wickets in the first team playing a significant part in a successful era for Click here for more ….
The club are saddened to hear of the death of long standing club member and former player Martin Platt. Martin was a regular 2nd team player in the 1960′s and 70′s and played several times in the 1st XI. An old boy of Heywood Grammar School he moved down to the Cambridge area in the Click here for more ….
Whilst it is very frustrating to have just gone through a glorious Easter weekend without any cricket at the club the message must continue to be for us all to stay safe and well at home and follow all of the guidance. There is still uncertainty as to how much, if any, cricket we will Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD have been awarded a Greater Manchester Cricket League (GMCL) promotion for the 2021 season without a ball being bowled! The Crimble senior side were demoted to the third tier of the GMCL at the end of the 2019 campaign when they finished sixth in Division 1A. That meant facing up to life in the Click here for more ….
We would like to thank all of you that have responded so quickly, and so generously, to renew membership and continue to support the club during these unprecedented times. The response from players, supporters and friends of the club has been tremendous and will go a long way to ensuring that the club is ready Click here for more ….
A timely reminder as more of us are shopping online that you can be helping the club raise much need funds. By using the system below as you shop online you can raise funds for the club at NO cost to you whatsoever. The organisations simply make a percentage donation to the club. Please see Click here for more ….
We hope that all our members and supporters are remaining safe and well at this difficult time and that where possible our youngsters are managing to sensibly remain active. As you will appreciate this is a very difficult time for the club as the committee try to continue to deal with the fixed outgoings whilst Click here for more ….
Following public health advice and the updates from ECB, Lancashire Cricket and the GMCL we are aware that the cricket season will not start on time. This currently means there will not be any junior or senior cricket activity taking place either at the club or at Siddal Moor in relation to winter training. We Click here for more ….
Heywood Cricket Club is, in common with other organisations, continuing to monitor the situation regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. Whilst Schools remain open we will continue to run training sessions but would ask that parents take a sensible approach and if children have any symptoms to follow medical advice and keep them at home. Should the Click here for more ….
An important night in the diary for junior cricket at the club is nearly upon us as we approach Junior Registration evening. We would be grateful if juniors and parents can attend to hear from the team managers and coaches and to help answer any questions or issues about the coming season. It is also Click here for more ….
The annual pre-season dinner will take place at the club on Friday 17th April, 7pm for a 7.30pm start. As always a great chance to get back down and see familiar faces as the season gets underway, the event will be led by MC David Cross. A three course meal will be followed by entertainment Click here for more ….
The draw for the first round of the cups have been made for the senior sides. The 1st XI will be at home to Flowery Field on 17th May. The 2nd XI travel to newcomers Mottram St Andrews on the following Sunday, 24th May. The 3rd XI meanwhile will travel to Denton West for their first Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD supporters will not have relatively long to wait for cricket action in 2020. Friendlies for the first and second teams have been arranged for the first two weekends of April as a prelude to the new Greater Manchester Cricket League (GMCL) season. Norden will be the first opponents on Sunday, April 5, the senior Click here for more ….