Club News & Junior Reports 10th August 2011


LHCC 2XI 148 – All out                   Rishton 2XI – 150- 3                 

Phil Haggerty 49                         Matt Marquis 3-31

Jack Edgar 31

Kieran Tighe 16

With a couple of notable exceptions this was a poor batting display

Haslingden 2XI 110- all out            LHCC 2XI 112 – 1

Oli Bayliff 3-22                      Lewis Marsden 56*

Micky Lee 3-34                        Jonny Whitehead 27

Scott Hope 2-9                        Phil Haggerty 15*

If ever a game demonstrated how good the team can be – this was it. The bowling was superb with the ball beating the bat repeatedly especially from Scott Hope’s 14 overs for 9 runs. Shaun Heaton 10-15-1 and Kieran Tighe 5-8-0.

LHCC 3XI 131 – all out – Church 3XI – 133 – 1  

Ben Gorton 38

Josh Lavin 38

A bizarre game. With the 2 notable exceptions it was a toss up which was worse – the Church bowling or the LHCC batting . The answer would have to be the latter, to be dismissed for such a score off such poor bowling. Incredibly Church took until the penultimate over to win by 9 wickets . This was their first win of the season. It does not come any worse than this performance.


LHCC U17 106-2                           Haslingden 92-6

Jonny Whitehead 50*                      Joe Bayliff 2-21

Joe Martin 42*

A good bowling display paved the way for this victory with young Joe the leading wicket taker

LHCC u17 – 46 – all out            Enfield u17 – 50 -1                                      

Joe Bayliff 10*

Despite 8 players missing there can be no excuse for such a poor showing.

Ramsbottom U15 110-4                                   LHCC U15 Sharks 113- 2     

Jack Edgar 52*

Ben Gorton 24*

Danny Turner 19

A decent bowling performance followed by an assured batting performance.

 Todmorden u15 104 – 3                      LHCC U15 Sharks 105-5

Ronan Moorhouse 2-14                           Ben Gorton 46

Joe Grey 20

Congratulations to Ronan Moorhouse on his first wickets for the club. Ronan is son of Chris, nephew to Gary and grandson of Brian Moorhouse.

Haslingden U15 122-6                                  LHCC u15 Dolphins 64-5

Conor Bethwaite 3-13                           Harrison Smith 18

Liam Heaton 2-25                                 Joe Bayliff 11

 Some bright performances in what was a David and Goliath fixture


LHCC U13 Panthers 91-1                       Colne u13 full 84-4

Ismaeel Mehdi 30*

Harry Spark 30*

James Wheatcroft 15

Tom Nicholas 14*

Colne came quite close to the score but tight bowling at the death from Kean Craig and Harry Spark put a lid on the big hitting

Longridge U13 (1) 294-4                            LHCC U13 Lions 241-4

Joey Stein 15

A rare defeat for the Lions against a side of renowned hitters. 

Burnley u13 (1) 308 – 1                                                      LHCC 13 Cougars 256 – 2  

Joe Halstead 14

Ryan Starkie 13*

Danny Faulkner 13*

Despite the difference in the score the team can take a lot of heart and will be learning plenty from playing against older boys in the top division.

Haslingden U11 – 282 – 1                                LHCC U11 Bears – 239-3

Ross Birchall 17

Sulaiman Mehdi 10

A rare defeat for the A team.

LHCC U11 Bears 266-3                           Ramsbottom U11 243-7                                      

Joe Halstead 15                                        Joe Halstead 2-8

Georgia Clough 14                                Ethan Laraway 2-10

James Haycock 10

A good way to come back

Church u11 214-4                                                       LHCC U11 Cubs 245 – 4                                   

Conor Juriansz 19*

Georgia Clough 10

Only the second win of the season for the Cubs who have played their hearts out this season in an A team league. Well deserved.

Church u11 234-4                                                       LHCC U11 Cubs 276 – 3

Georgia Clough 24*

Conor Juriansz 19*

Dylan du Toit 12*

Josh Moodie 12

Followed by a third win. A just reward for the season’s efforts. 

Burnley u11 (3) 227- 3                      LHCC U11 Koalas – abandoned                                             

Bacup U9 217-10                               LHCC u9 223 – 5 

Emily Herbert 3-10

GeorginaCoates 2-6

Kheiro Chir 2-6

Oliver Walsh 2-13

Some wonderful catches notablty from Tom Halstead assisted the bowlers. Emily Herbert flies the family cricket flag following brother Jack’s acting sabbatical. A successful debut too for newcomer Kheiro Chir who has the advantage of being the grandson of Lancashire League legend, Neil Whalley.


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