The fourth round of Narrabri District Cricket Association’s 2020-21 Namoi Super Slog T20 competition was scheduled to be contested on Friday evening, however both games were washed out and declared draws following the late afternoon rain which left puddles on the Collins Park and Hogan Oval pitches.

WTC Earthmoving was scheduled to take on Specialised Civil Services in the Hogan Oval match, while Collins Park was scheduled to host Priag Marketing and Rose Pest Control.

All sides received four competition points which meant that their ladder positions remained unchanged.

WTC Earthmoving, Specialised Civil Services and Priag Marketing are ranked first to third respectively. The three sides have all won two matches and lost one to go with their washout draw and are now all locked on 19 points.

Net run rate has narrowly separated the sides.

WTC Earthmoving is first with 1.48, Specialised Civil Services is second with 1.47 and Priag Marketing is third with 1.42.

Winless side Rose Pest Control has accumulated seven points following three losses and its washout draw.

It can still qualify for the January 29 grand final but must win its round five and six games while relying on other results to fall favourably.

The teams which finish ranked first and second on the ladder will progress to the decider, and while first place is out of the picture for Rose Pest Control, the side can still scrape into second.

The all-important round five and six matches will be played on back-to-back nights from tomorrow.

In round five on Friday, WTC Earthmoving will take on Rose Pest Control at Collins Park while Specialised Civil Services and Priag Marketing meet at Hogan Oval. Then, in round six on Saturday, Rose Pest Control will play Specialised Civil Services at Collins Park while Priag Marketing and WTC Earthmoving go head-to-head at Hogan Oval.

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