WET weather has forced Grassmere Cricket Association to make an A grade ground change.
Mailors Flat’s round four fixture against Purnim will be played at Brierly Recreation Reserve’s hard wicket oval tomorrow after Winslow Recreation Reserve was deemed unfit for play yesterday.
GCA president James Sinnott said that was the only top-grade game affected.
Koroit’s Victoria Park will host two matches — a B grade contest between Wangoom and Purnim tomorrow and Panmure Pups and Yambuk in C grade on Sunday.
Sinnott said he was hopeful Killarney Recreation Reserve, which has B and C grade fixtures tomorrow and Sunday, would be available.
He said he would ask Warrnambool and District league club Port Fairy and Hawkesdale to use their venues if Killarney Recreation Reserve was deemed unplayable.
“The sunshine at the moment is good news,” he said yesterday.
Sinnott, grateful for Koroit and Brierly-Christ Church’s help, said some grounds struggled with the recent rain.
“I know Wangoom is still very wet and Winslow at Mailors Flat, they tried to mow last night but it was too soft,” he said.
GCA was forced to abandon its three grades last weekend due to poor ground conditions.
Sinnott said he was confident most, if not all, sides would play this weekend.