1982 – Presentation Night

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Another cracker sent in from 1982 presentation night. Featuring Jez Hope, Alan Holden, Stan Heaton and Roger Bromley on the back row with a young Chris Bleazard on the middle.

Incoming players…

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Lowerhouse are pleased to announce that the transfers of Phil Haggerty from Padiham, Marley Askew from Rawtenstall  and the registration of Francois Haasbroek have been ratified by the League. Phil

1982 – Holland Cup Win

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Lowerhouse came ever so close to the title in 1982 coming runners up to Rawtenstall by a measly point. (League table here). It did however provide the club with its

IMPORTANT: Good Friday Update

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The heavy and persistent rain over the last few days has finally dashed our hopes of running the Jack Hayes Memorial Cricket Trophy 2018, our annual event on Good Friday.

Finchy is back!

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Lowerhouse are pleased to announce that Jonathan Finch has made a return to the club. Finchy, who has taken time off due to work commitments as High Performance Manager for

GroundForce day this Sunday!

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NatWest GroundForce is a nationwide initiative aimed at cricket clubs. The programme is designed to bring clubs and local communities closer together, and ensure grounds and facilities are ready for

1982 – Read vs Lowerhouse

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Another photo from Alan Holden is the teams in a friendly between Read and Lowerhouse in 1982 – answers on a postcard for who features in this one (including a

Lowerhouse donate to the Heritage Fund

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Write up taken from the Lancashire League website: Lowerhouse has donated 750 pounds to support the Lancashire League’s Heritage Lottery Funded Project ‘The Lancashire League Experience: Celebrating 125 Years of

1983 – Rusty in Action!

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Another photo in the series of pictures sent in by Alan Holden, features Alan being bowled himself in 1983 with Keith “Rusty” Fairclough looking on in dismay at the non