Jul 282021

IMPORTANT games keep coming thick and fast for Heywood’s senior sides in the Greater Manchester League.

The latest is a home clash with Walshaw on Saturday (July 31), with Heywood bidding to follow up last weekend’s win at Royton which featured a six-wicket haul for opening bowler Chris Humphreys.

The second team face an away trip the same day to take on Werneth.

And the weekend action is completed on Sunday (August 1) by the third team travelling to Egerton.

HEYWOOD 1st X1 (v Walshaw, home, Saturday, 1pm): S Burrill (capt), R Cross, W Hunt, J Humphreys, F Ughradar, A Dawson, C Grant, E Harding, C McNally, C Humphreys, A Ullah (pro).

HEYWOOD 2nd X1 (v Werneth, away, Saturday, 1.30pm): M Grogan (capt), D Fawcett, L Grogan, B Wood, G Deboeck, M Witts, S Bevan, B McCulloch, M Dearden, C Stanford- Campbell, C Hilton. Res: E Clarkson.

HEYWOOD 3rd X1 (v Egerton, away, Sunday, 2pm): J McCulloch Snr, M Hood, C McNally, M Dearden, D Howarth, B McCulloch, D Openshaw, E Clarkson, T Pagett, T George, W Taylor. Res: D Ashton.

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Jul 232021

HEYWOOD welcome back one of the products of their youth system for a vital clash in Premier League 2 of the Greater Manchester League on Saturday. Ethan Harding, who has been playing for Premier League outfit Clifton, has returned to the Crimble fold and goes into the senior side for the trip to Royton. The Click here for more ….

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Jul 192021

Heywood’s 4th team made the trip over to Heyside and on baking hot day, won the toss and elected to bat first. Roger Smethurst and Benji McCulloch opened the innings and with the compact sized ground, good wicket and hot conditions it was soon clear that it was going to be hard work for the Click here for more ….

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Jul 192021

01-mcc-mainAnyone wanting to watch some cricket in the sunshine this week can add Thursday to their diary as the MCC take on a Greater Manchester Cricket League U21 side at Crimble, wickets pitched at 11.30am. The MCC side will be led by Heywood’s Bobby Cross and will feature players from around the North West and Click here for more ….

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Jul 142021

HEYWOOD’S first team face another important game on Saturday. They take on neighbours Bury at Crimble knowing that they need to start getting points on the board in the Premier League 2 of the Greater Manchester League. The second team go to Delph area side Friarmere the same day, while Sunday sees the fourth team Click here for more ….

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Jul 132021

Heywood’s young 4th team entertained Droylsden 3rd XL looking to avenge a heavy defeat inflicted in the opening match of the season. Heywood won the toss and elected to bat first and Roger Smethurst and Jonny McCulloch opened the innings, accumulating sensibly before the latter was bowled for 8 with the score on 17. The Click here for more ….

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Jul 072021

HEYWOOD again put out four teams in five matches on another busy weekend of action for the Club (July 10 and 11). Home games see the 2nd X1 against Moorside at Crimble on Saturday, and the 4th X1 hosting Droylsden on Sunday. Sunday matches are starting at 12 to allow for the football in the Click here for more ….

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Jun 292021

The club are delighted to be able to rearrange the dinner that had been planned as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations of our time at Crimble. On Friday 23rd July members and friends will be able to gather at the club (assuming the ongoing roadmap is followed for relaxation of restrictions) to enjoy a Click here for more ….

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Jun 292021

Unfortunately the club will be closed until further notice due to a positive Covid test for an individual who was in the clubhouse on Saturday evening. Anyone who was in the clubhouse on Saturday evening should follow NHS guidance and may now be required to self-isolate. This means the club cannot open this afternoon to Click here for more ….

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Jun 162021

A BONUS for Crimble cricket fans before another packed weekend of action comes on Thursday evening (June 17) with a rescheduled T20 game in the Greater Manchester League. Heywood  Monkeys’ original group opener against Clifton Kingfishers was washed out but the new date has been slotted into the fixture programme (6pm). The first team is Click here for more ….

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Jun 142021

Heywood’s 4th team travelled to Chorlton to play South West Manchester for their fourth match in the inaugural Development League and having lost the toss were asked to field first in the warm sultry conditions. The home team got off to a flier and the young bowling attack struggled to gain any control over the Click here for more ….

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Jun 022021

HEYWOOD are facing up to an action-packed spell of cricket for their four senior teams. It starts on Thursday, June 3, with a trip to Prestwich for the third match of their T20 group, following a first game abandonment and an exciting tie at home to Stand last Friday. The senior side returns to action Click here for more ….

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May 262021

HEYWOOD Monkeys are hoping that that their T20 campaign finally gets under way at Crimble on Friday (May 28). Their opening fixture of the rescheduled Greater Manchester League T20 Premier Cup programme at home to Clifton Kingfishers last Friday fell foul of the weather. Now the Monkeys will be keen to see some group action Click here for more ….

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May 212021

HEYWOOD Monkeys start their Twenty20 campaign at Crimble on Friday (June 21). They entertain Clifton Kingfishers (6pm) in the first of six qualifying matches of their group in the Greater Manchester League’s 20 Premier Cup. And an appetising Crimble follow-up comes the next day when Woodhouses are the visitors, with Heywood’s senior side needing points Click here for more ….

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May 172021

Heywood’s 4th team played hosts to East Lancs Paper Mill for their third match in the inaugural Development League, with their more experienced visitors having won their first two games handsomely, scoring in excess of 200 on both occasions. Heywood won the toss and in the damp conditions invited the visitors to bat first. Matt Click here for more ….

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