Two titles on the line
Two Maitland and District Cricket Association titles will be up for grabs on Saturday.
EYE ON THE PRIZE: Raworth bowler James Carr sends one down earlier this season with the Rabbitohs now in sight of an A-grade Twenty20 title on Saturday.
Sides from A-grade and third grade will vie for Twenty20 crowns, which will wrap up the district’s first official foray into the shortened form of the game.
City United and Northern Suburbs have already claimed victory in fourth and fifth grades respectively following play-off series throughout the last month.
No competition points are played for during the finals, only silverware, in order to give all clubs a fair go onthe ladder.
A-grade semi-final fixtures will be played at Raymond Terrace, between Bill Bobbins Oval and King Park 5, with a decider to follow straight after.
Tenambit Morpeth leads the separate T20 standings and will tackle Port Stephens in one semi-final, while Windsor Castle meets Raworth in the other.
And in third grade, Raymond Terrace will have two cracks at the top gong with both sides qualifying for the top four.
The Lions will battle it out with T20 frontrunners Norths in one semi-final and Western Suburbs in the other.
Matches will be played between Margaret Johns Park and Chinamans Hollow.
Semi-finals start at 12.30pm.
Finals follow at 3.30pm.
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