Boost for Premier League



THE Clarence River Cricket Association (CRCA) will hold its annual AGM at the South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club tomorrow at 7pm.

All executive positions will be declared open, but current president Jeff Hackett, treasurer Jim Summers and secretary Terry Brien have indicated they will seek re-election.

"2005-06 was a reasonably good season and we're hoping for an even better coming cricket season," Hackett said.

Coutts Crossing Cricket Club has already stated it intends on fielding a first grade team in Premier League for the upcoming season and East, which dropped out last season due to lack of numbers, is working towards rejoining the top tier Premier League after gaining sponsorship through the Grafton District Services Club.



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