CRCA president Tom Kroehnert is likely to again nominate for the role at tomorrow night's AGM.
CRCA president Tom Kroehnert is likely to again nominate for the role at tomorrow night's AGM. Debrah Novak

One-day format on agenda Senior cricket

CLARENCE River Cricket Association's second grade competition could change to a one-day format.

The divisive motion will be heard at tomorrow night's AGM, with the second grade change set to dominate the agenda.

CRCA president Tom Kroehnert, who indicated he would again nominate for the role, said it was one of several motions that would be discussed.

"Out of all of them I'd say that's the one that's most topical," Kroehnert said.

"Opinion seems fairly divided at the moment.

"I wouldn't want to predict which way it will go. My opinion doesn't matter, but it will probably come down to majority vote."

Changes to the by-laws, constitution and the organisation of this year's night cricket competition will also be discussed, as well as the election of the committee.

"I'd imagine it'll still be played under lights but that might be something we decide at a later meeting," Kroehnert said.

"It could end up being a late night, hopefully not too late, but there's a fair bit to talk about. We have to do it sooner or later."



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