All Stars goes live

ALL Stars 2018 has been launched

Norden will again be an All Stars centre for five to eight year olds.

Sessions will start at Stag Park on Thursday 17 May and continue each Thursday for eight weeks.

Any sessions which may be affected by bad weather will be rearranged.

Those who signed up last year can follow the same method for registration.

Newcomers should look up ‘All stars cricket programme’ where they will find all the information and how to sign up for the Norden sessions by following the instructions and links.






Hashum leads

HASHUM Malik will be Stags’ first team captain for their first season in the Lancashire League.

Phil Docker will be second team captain, and Mo Waheed will lead the third team.

New chairman elected

STUART Hunt is the new chairman of Norden CC following the club’s annual general meeting.

Previously the club’s vice-chairman he has taken over from John Murphy who decided last week to stand down from the position.

Steve Clegg continues as treasurer, and Les Barlow continues as secretary.

Joanne Lord was elected to the committee. Others on the committee are Dexter Fitton, Paul Hanby, Sabrina Malik, Colin Massey, Anne Clegg, Blair Patterson, Ellis Greenwood, Sheila Worsley, Jason Sunderland.

The club had a loss of £636 on the last financial year which saw changes in the clubhouse including modification of the shower rooms, toilets, and kitchen.


Chairman stands down

NORDEN Cricket Club chairman John Murphy has resigned his position, and also resigned from the club committees.

He was recently appointed as Clubs and Leagues director with the Lancashire Cricket Federation (previously LCB).

John felt he could not wholeheartedly commit himself to his roles with both Norden and the LCF.

His new position means he will be out and about visiting clubs throughout Lancashire during the cricket season, but he will still visit Stag Park when he can.

I am sure you will all wish John the very best in his new and prestigious position.