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Onwards and upwards for Mally

Cleck’s Skipper Mally Nicholson contends with his own injury problems in addition to making attempts to sign a new batsman.

Mally’s knee injury, sustained whilst playing football, could see him miss a large part if not all of the coming season albeit the Club’s wicketkeeper/batsman remains positive that he could be playing sooner rather than later.

There were high hopes that a top-notch exciting young batsman from the West Indies, who has a British passport, would be a latest signing but his anticipated capture has been knocked back by the Bradford League. There’s no hiding from the fact this young man would have caused quite a stir but sadly its not to be and the search goes on.

To date; Cleck’ have re-signed a former favourite in fast bowler Iain Wardlaw and batsman Kris Ward from Townville and the announcement of our overseas batsman from Pakistan, who is an adept wicketkeeper also, will be forthcoming.

Away from on-the-field we should spare a thought for a number of true stalwarts off-the-field who have not been too well in recent times. Our own Bob Shackleton and Lloyd Campbell have been poorly but the respected duo are thankfully ‘soldiering on’ – East Bierley’s David Booth and Woodlands’ Phil Godfrey remain in hospital but appear to be on the road to recovery.

The afore-mentioned gentlemen are senior and age catches up with us all! But they are incredible servants to local cricket and everyone at Cleck’ wishes them well and hopefully once the summer arrives the four gents will be back watching their favourite game.

Bob Shackleton and Lloyd Campbell pictured with former Chairman Dave Worrall

Kevin Kendricks comes to Cleck' soon!

The brilliant singer and entertainer Kevin Kendricks is set to perform his superb act in the function room on Saturday February 15th and organiser Dave Worrall is taking bookings now - or alternatively speak to any cricket committee member to book places - for just £10 the evening represents superb value.

The bar area at Moorend is expected to be full a number of times in the coming months

Visit also www.cleckheatoncricketclub.com

Bob's e-mail is; cleckheatoncricket@gmail.com

Bob Speight has made sure that for many years there are updated facts, figures and some brilliant photographs and history surrounding Cleckheaton CC.

Bob Speight continues sterling work at Cleck'

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