The Standard's online cricket show, Cow Corner, is back for another episode.
The boys tackle several big topics, including the Warrnambool City councillors' decision to charge clubs about $36,000 in combined summer tenancy fees.
The motion to send out the invoices was passed in a 4-3 vote with councillors Blain, Jellie and Richard Ziegeler voting against.
Cr Max Taylor said if sporting clubs were up in arms over the cost of the invoices they should question the cost with council and maybe come to some agreement.
Cr Angie Paspaliaris said fees were issued because the clubs had resumed sport activity and competition.
"It's really just something that evolves over time post-COVID once clubs and groups are back into operating somewhat normally that this tenancy fee would apply," she said.
The fees were considered "additional income" as they were not in the council budget.
West Warrnambool coach Alastair Templeton gives his verdict on the decision while Nestles counterpart Alex Strauch and journalist Nick Ansell weigh in.
The boys also chat about their picks for the upcoming Warrnambool and District Cricket Association cricketer of the year and division two and three finals.
*PLEASE NOTE, a special one-off episode with Purnim (now Northern Raiders) legend Rodger Henderson will drop at standard.net.au on Friday, March 5, at 6pm.
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