The Mid North Coast McDonald's Premier Cricket League has got off to the closest of starts as Rovers played two matches at Jim Stirling Oval.
The first game saw Wauchope win the toss and bat with Lachlan Munday and Daniel Wade knocking over the openers to have the opposition at 2/9.
Wauchope managed to fight back and finish their innings at 8/118 with Wade finishing with the best figures of 2/13 after four overs.
Rovers innings then went down to the wire with Brett Hutely (25), Jarrod Prosper (35) and Danny Powick (26) top scoring.
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At 5/118 the home side couldn't quite get over the line with Munday dismissed on the final delivery to deliver both sides a tied result.
After a short break Rovers then took on Port City Magpies with the home side batting first.
Captain Jackson Korn top scored with 34 as the team finished their 20 overs at 9/126.
Rovers then put in a clinical performance with the ball as Port never looked like reaching the target.
The Magpies finished 9/74 after their 20 overs with Munday the pick of the bowlers, his figures reading at 3/15 from four overs with Jarrod Prosper, 2/13 off four, the next best.
Rovers will now travel to Laurieton Oval this weekend to take on Wingham for the last of the twenty/20's before the one-day format kicks off on October 31.
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