Drakes Huddersfield League champions Hoylandswaine will be hunting five major trophies next season.
They already hold three – the Byrom Shield, arrowselfdrive Sykes Cup and allroundercricket.com T/20 Trophy.
And, as 2014 league winners, the Haigh Lane club automatically enter the Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy for 2015 (a top honour they previously picked up in 2013).
Now, Swaine have entered the Heavy Woollen Cup for next season, joining Great Preston of the Wetherby League in replacing Cleckheaton and Clayton West (also Drakes Huddersfield League).
Meanwhile, Southowram CC stalwart Peter Jowett is the speaker at the Pennine Cricket Society at Rastrick on Thursday night (November 20).
The veteran club official will speak about the history of the club from the 1970s, when it was formed, to the present day.
Society organiser Dr Peter Davies said: “We had a good first meeting and we’re looking forward to Peter’s talk – he is a very entertaining speaker and a real cricket man.”
Southowram CC began in a pub – The Cock and Bottle – and they have risen from the Halifax Association to the Halifax League. They have also celebrated success in the Parish Cup final.
The club’s ground, Ashday Lane, has excellent facilities and is used for finals and other major occasions.
The meeting starts at 7.30pm and finishes at 9pm, with supper provided.