Koroit will have to wait a little longer for its first two-day game of the season after rain threw round 11 of the Warrnambool and District Cricket Association (WDCA) division two season into disarray.
Wet weather disrupted day one of a number of two-day games last Saturday, causing the WDCA to make the call to abandon all that had happened on the day and instead have all games re-start as one-dayers this Saturday.
Koroit's game against Wesley-CBC was one contest that did get a number of overs in last Saturday.
The Saints were in a strong position at the end of play, with the Beavers on 6-104.
Bailen McDonald was the star with the ball for Koroit, taking 5-29 in an outstanding performance.
For McDonald, those figures now disappear from his season's tally, an unlucky side effect of the bad weather.
Koroit is currently in sixth place on the ladder and a win over Wesley-CBC this Saturday at Jack Keane Oval would help the Saints further shore up their place as a finals contender.
It was a tough day for Koroit's division three team, which played Russells Creek Blue at Mack Oval.
A cold wind and persistent rain made conditions tough for both teams.
Koroit batted first and was bowled out for 36, with Nick Sinnott top scoring with 12.
The Saints showed some fight with the ball, grabbing three wickets before conceding the 37 runs needed for Russells Creek Blue to win.
Christian Francis took 2-20 while Mitch Cutter-Rabl took a wicket bowling leg-spin on his debut for the club.
This Saturday Koroit will play Allansford-Panmure Gold at Victoria Park.
Off the field there has been plenty happening at the Koroit Cricket Club.
Some exciting progress is being made at Jack Keane Oval with the new white picket fence being constructed. Although it is still to be completed, the fence has already added to the character of the ground and will be an impressive addition, making it an attractive place to play the summer game.
Port Fairy's division one and two sides will also play one-dayers instead of what was meant to be two-day games.
The Pirates' top-grade side is taking on Brierly-Christ Church at at Brierly.
The Bulls are sitting in second and the Pirates in third on the overall ladder, making it a mouth-watering clash.
The Pirates would love to have been in the twenty20 cup grand final on Thursday night.
However, they were knocked out in the semi-finals by Woodford on Sunday.
Woodford made 5/125 before Port Fairy was all out for 75 at Merrivale Recreation Reserve. Alex Jennings' 2/25 from four overs was a highlight for the Pirates.
Woodford and Merrivale meet in the short-form final with a spot in the Sungold Twenty20 Cup up for grabs.
The Pirates' division two side faces East Warrnambool YCW on Saturday in a one-dayer at Avery's Paddock.
Port Fairy's division three plays Brierly-Christ Church.
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