Narrabri District Cricket Association’s 2020-21 season will resume with five T20 matches in 24 hours from tomorrow night.
Round three of the Coates Hire Namoi Super Slog T20 competition will be contested from 7pm tomorrow.
WTC Earthmoving and Priag Marketing will go head-to-head at Collins Park, while Specialised Civil Services takes on Rose Pest Control at Hogan Oval.
On Saturday, round three of the NDCA’s second grade club-based T20 competition will be contested.
Tatts will play two games at Hogan Oval, the first at 3pm against RSL followed by a 7pm game against Tourist Hotel.
The other match will be played at Collins Park between Civeo and the Western Razorbacks.
The Razorbacks enter that match playing for a grand final spot.
If it defeats Civeo, the Wee Waa based side will have won all three of its 2020-21 short format games and, mathematically, could not miss out on the top two.
The Razorbacks are currently on 14 points having won their round one and two matches.
Tourist Hotel (eight points) is second following a win and a loss, Civeo (five points) is third following a washout draw and a loss, RSL (four points) is yet to play a game and is fourth following a washout draw, while Tatts is last with one point having lost its only match of the season.
In the Namoi Super Slog T20 competition, WTC Earthmoving enters round three on top of the table as the only unbeaten side following two wins from as many matches.
It challenges a Priag Marketing team determined to bounce back from a round two loss against Specialised Civil Services after defeating Rose Pest Control in round one.
Rose Pest Control is the only winless team in the competition to date having lost both its games.
It takes on a Specialised Civil Services team full of confidence after its first win of the season in round two.To order photos from this page click here