HEYWOOD’S third successive victory shows they should have nothing to fear in the inaugural Greater Manchester Premier League season. They moved to fourth from bottom after making harder work than necessary of a three-wicket defeat of fellow strugglers Bury. But the past fortnight has shown that Heywood can look forward to continuing climbing the table Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD face a crunch Greater Manchester Premier League game at home to Bury on Saturday. The teams currently stand third and fourth bottom respectively in the table, with the bottom four teams due to be relegated to Division One at the end of the season. Heywood have shown signs of a resurgence in their last Click here for more ….
REPORT BY STEVE MCHUGH: A FIVE-wicket defeat at Bury looks, on paper, pretty comprehensive and extended Heywood’s difficult start to life in the Premier Division of the Greater Manchester League. The facts are that the visitors got their act together with the bat to post what seemed a challenging 209-5 from their 50 overs, with Click here for more ….
HEYWOOD’S first and second teams show plenty of changes for their games at the weekend. The 1st X1 has four players coming back into the side for Saturday’s (May 14) trip to Bury, which even at this stage of the season is important for both sides in the bottom half of the table. Back come Click here for more ….
Heywood CC’s under-13s face Bury on Sunday morning in a curtain-raiser for the day’s big event, the Burton Cup semi-final. John Heywood’s youngsters have had an excellent season considering the bad weather, finishing second to an older and more experienced Littleborough side in their division. The match starts at 9.45am, with the Burton Cup semi Click here for more ….
REPORT BY JOHN HEYWOOD: Heywood Under 13s travelled to Bury last Sunday looking to build on a promising start to the league campaign, but came unstuck against one of the best players in local league cricket. Winning what seems like our fifth consecutive toss, skipper Daniel James opted to bat hoping to post a decent Click here for more ….
Heywood-Under 9′s got underway at Crimble to great support from parents and club members alike. They were treated to a wicket on the square by the groundstaff and although they came up against a much more experience Bury side the boys and girls had plenty of fun getting to grips with the game. Bury showed Click here for more ….
[thethe-image-slider name="Joe Lovell"] Heywood CC eased to a comfortable victory over Bury in their first pre-season friendly. They reached 142-9 off their 40 overs and bowled the visitors out for 111 with just over five overs left. New boy Joe Lovell is captured above bowling his off breaks. Certainly gets it above the batsman’s eyeline. Click here for more ….