Only one round remains in the Mid North Coast Cricket Premier League Competition for the 2020/2021 season.
After another washout over the weekend, all teams received three points, and the ladder remained mostly unchanged.
Since the start of December, only a few rounds have been possible due to a summer downpour that has seen most cricket grounds transformed into swampland.
At this stage, the Rovers have a comfortable lead on the competition ladder with 67 points; the second closest team is the Port Pirates on 55; unless something extraordinary happens, the Macleay team should finish the season in first place.
Provided another deluge isn't unleashed this weekend, round 20 is set to take place on Saturday, March 6, from 1pm onward.
The Rovers will take on the Port Pirates at South Kempsey Oval in a showdown between first and second.
Over at Oxley Oval, it's "Do or Die" for the Port City Leagues Magpies against Wingham; if Port lose, they will drop a space on the ladder and be out of the finals.
Wauchope RSL has the BUY and will take the week off regardless of what the weather does; if the Port City Leagues Magpies take out Wingham, Wauchope will remain in last place on the ladder and lose their chance to be in the finals.
The Mid North Coast Cricket Premier League semi-finals are scheduled to start on March 13, depending on the weather.
For up to date information on match fixtures and game times, head over to the Mid North Coast Cricket Council website.
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