Covers wee needed for the first time in a while at the home of Bundaberg cricket. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
Covers wee needed for the first time in a while at the home of Bundaberg cricket. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

Change in format after rain ruins weekend cricket fixtures

BUNDABERG cricket lost a full day of fixtures Saturday with persistent rain giving the Salter Oval and Kendalls Flat fields a much-needed soaking.

The Division 1 games that were scheduled to be played over two days will now be one-day matches (45 overs) Saturday.

Games to be played are Country Wests v Norths and ATW v Brothers.
 



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