Wet weekend precedes big news

By TONY WHITE

DUE to inclement weather all games in the Bananacoast Community Credit Union Premier League and Lower Clarence competition were abandoned on Saturday.

Cricketers to a man were bitterly disappointed no play was possible in the first scheduled games since the Christmas break.

"Even the ducks were waddling for cover," one player said as he watched torrential rain tumble down in Grafton.

Next Saturday Westlawn Crown Hotel and scheduled to tackle G I Hotel Tucabia Copmanhurst at McKittrick Oval and Brothers Post Office Hotel take on Harwood Hilton at Ellem Oval. South Services have the bye.

In the Lower competition, Yamba are scheduled to play Lawrence at Lawrence and Harwood versus Wanderers at Yamba Oval. United have the bye.

In Tuesday's Daily Examiner a bold plan regarding the future of cricket in the Clarence River Cricket Association will be announced.



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