Haslingden Cricket Club are looking for a permanent full time Bar Manager to manage the Club’s bar, function room and associated duties from April 2020. Please click on the link below for the job description which will give you an idea of what this exciting opportunity involves. Job Description
Prior experience of bar management is preferred. Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. The deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday the 4th of February. If your application is successful an interview date will be confirmed
The Haslingden Cricket Club Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday 27th January 2020 at 7.30pm in the pavilion.
All members are invited to attend and we look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible to:
Review the club’s accounts for the financial year 1/10/2018 to 30/9/2019
Update you on developments and proposals both on and off the field before the 2020 season commences.
If you have any queries or questions prior to the meeting then please contact our Club Secretary Jayne Hunsley by email: email@example.com
The Club’s AGM is your opportunity to have your say and input into the running of your club. We would encourage you to please make every effort to attend as, if you are not in attendance, then you will not be able to vote on any item raised.
The Accounts and Annual Report will be circulated to members shortly.
Tickets are now available for our New Years Eve celebration on Tuesday 31st December and can be purchased in the clubhouse or from Neary’s Grocers.
Our full bar service will be available including a wide selection of gins and vodkas. We also have Prosecco & Champagne available to enjoy whilst enjoying the music and dancing to DJ Michael Sixsmith’s top tunes.
The evening begins at 7:30 until late, tickets are just £12.50 each which includes a buffet supper.
This is always a popular event so snap up your tickets a.s.a.p
On Thursday 12th December we will be holding an
“Opening Up” session for all members of the club.
Mental Health awareness is important for everyone involved
with the club, not just the players and so everyone is invited to the session
which will start at 7.30pm and last for approximately 30 minutes.
Saturday 14th September 2019 – Third XI v Rochdale
A young Haslingden Third XI travelled to Rochdale for the
final game of the season on Saturday for the 4th, 5th and
6th place play off when captain Jeff Stanton lost the toss and was
asked to field first. A steady start by Rochdale resulted in an early bowling
change and Olivia Blomley provided the breakthrough with the score on 19 for 1.
She followed up with a further wicket and when 14-year-old Lucas Bargh was
introduced to the attack he bowled an excellent spell of eight overs, three
maidens 3 for 22. He was ably assisted
by Joe Hayton who bowled eight overs, two maidens 1 for 14 as the Haslingden
spinners took control of the game. The score at that stage was 97 for 6, but
unfortunately for Haslingden the Rochdale number 6 was just playing himself in
before unleashing an end of innings onslaught which took the Rochdale score to
159 for 7 from their 40 overs.
The Haslingden batsmen made a stuttering start, and the team
were reduced to 65 for 7 before 13 year old Jack Fuller joined his more
experienced captain and they put on an impressive partnership of 47, during
which time the team passed the score of 109 which was required to give them the
one point needed to finish in fifth place in the league table. When Fuller was
eighth man out with the score on 112 the innings quickly subsided to 121 all
out leaving Jeff Stanton stranded on a solid 31 not out. Leon Brennan with 17,
Joe Hayton with 19, Lucas Bargh with 11 and Jack Fuller with 13 were the other batsmen
to reach double figures. The wickets were spread between the eight bowlers used
by Rochdale. Twelve points to Rochdale who finish in 6th place and
two points to Haslingden who finish 5th. Haslingden 3rd
XI used 20 players during the season including seven debutants from the junior
section. Leon Brennan was top run scorer with 153 runs and the leading wicket
taker was Lucas Bargh with 22 wickets.
The team can feel very pleased with their 5th place finish,