T20 cricket at Speedwell tomorrow as Tintwistle CC welcome Hayfield CC.
TCC are pleased to confirm there will be T20 cricket at Speedwell this coming Thursday with the match starting at 6:15pm.
(Pic: Matt Robinson on his way to 3/35) Match Report by Ryan Nixon A scorcher of a day on Sunday as Tintwistle hosted Broadbottom in the 2nd round of the Bissenden Cup. Skipper James Pool lost the toss and was told to bowl. Alex Brown and Staurt Chamley started the bowling off today with Brown bowling very tight lines. Brown’s persistence paid off as he claimed the wicket of Ryan Welsh (19)…. Read More
A cloudy day in Tintwistle as the 1st XI welcomed Hawk Green to Speedwell in their 2nd home game of the season. Skipper James Pool won the toss and elected to bowl on what you would argue was a very batter friendly pitch. Tintwistle opened the batting with Mark Lilley and Damian Weatherhead. Finding the first wicket was difficult for the Hawk Green bowlers however they did bowl very tight lines…. Read More
Big Game at Speedwell as Tintwistle CC welcome Broadbottom in the Bissenden Cup. Get down for a pint and a burger and bake on the Western Terrace for the afternoon! Start: 1:00pm Bar & BBQ: 3pm Weather: 21°C
(Pic: Dan Robinson) On Saturday, the 2nd XI travelled to Hawk Green in Division 4 of the DCCL. Since the fixtures were released this was always earmarked as a fixture where Tintwistle would be able to assess their progress since the 2017 defeat at the hands of Hawk in the Semi Final of the Hawke Trophy competition. Hawk Green won the toss and elected to field first. Steve Morris and Andy Tomlinson… Read More
This weekend the 1st XI are back on home soil and welcome Hawk Green on Saturday in the first of a Saturday / Sunday Double Header. We would like to thank Match Ball Sponsors Denis Wild and Bill & Marie Blackwell. Also thank you to our Match Sponsor Albert Jones Memorials and Principal Senior Sponsor Syndicate Original.
Last Saturday, Tintwistle 2nd XI hosted Mottram at the Speedwell Cricket Ground. Tintwistle won the toss and batted first on a decent looking track. The home side put 71 on the board for the loss of the first wicket. Steve Morris scored a very useful 43 before being stumped. Dee Patel fell soon after having looked the part for a superb 40. Ricky Harris strode to the crease at No 3 and… Read More