Matches rained out

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Work Place -

CLARE­MONT-NED­LANDS, Univer­sity and Su­bi­aco Floreat’s Round One Premier Cricket matches on Satur­day were aban­doned due to poor weather.

Heavy show­ers across the Perth metropoli­tan area on Satur­day made play­ing con­di­tions in­creas­ingly dif­fi­cult. Clare­mont-Ned­lands were away to Mount Law­ley, Univer­sity at home to Bayswa­terMor­ley and Su­bi­aco Floreat at Fre­man­tle.

All matches were due to start at 10.30am, how­ever the WADCC Man­age­ment Com­mit­tee be­lieved it was in the best in­ter­ests of players to can­cel all se­nior grades, un­der 5.7.4 of the WADCC Gen­eral Rules.

The de­ci­sion was based on the feed­back on fa­cil­i­ties given by ma­jor­ity of the clubs, with the im­ped­ing weather also taken into con­sid­er­a­tion. All fix­tures will be deemed a draw, leav­ing the com­pe­ti­tion even head­ing into Round 2 next week­end.

Weather will be a con­tin­u­ing is­sue in the open­ing rounds, with ev­ery player’s safety a pri­or­ity for the WADCC.

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