Haslingden Cricket Club is a cricket club in the Lancashire League, which plays its home games at Bentgate in Haslingden. For the 2014 season its captain is former Burnley defender Alex Coleman, and its professional is Burton De Wett The club has won the league on 12 occasions and the cup on 5. It has employed professionals including George Headley, Clive Lloyd and Dennis Lillee. Another notable professional was West Indian opening batsman Phil Simmons. Ian Austin went on to have a successful career with Lancashire and England. Played for Haslingden as both an amateur and professional having started his career at Haslingden as a junior.

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  • Haslingden Cricket Club is a cricket club in the Lancashire League, which plays its home games at Bentgate in Haslingden. For the 2014 season its captain is former Burnley defender Alex Coleman, and its professional is Burton De Wett The club has won the league on 12 occasions and the cup on 5. It has employed professionals including George Headley, Clive Lloyd and Dennis Lillee. Another notable professional was West Indian opening batsman Phil Simmons. Ian Austin went on to have a successful career with Lancashire and England. Played for Haslingden as both an amateur and professional having started his career at Haslingden as a junior. (en)
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  • Haslingden Cricket Club is a cricket club in the Lancashire League, which plays its home games at Bentgate in Haslingden. For the 2014 season its captain is former Burnley defender Alex Coleman, and its professional is Burton De Wett The club has won the league on 12 occasions and the cup on 5. It has employed professionals including George Headley, Clive Lloyd and Dennis Lillee. Another notable professional was West Indian opening batsman Phil Simmons. Ian Austin went on to have a successful career with Lancashire and England. Played for Haslingden as both an amateur and professional having started his career at Haslingden as a junior. (en)
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