Standstill

by admin on July 14th, 2018

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WATERLOGGED: This week’s rain have the Henwood Park cricket pitches looking more like canals. Picture: Peter DohertyCricket has joinedthe ever-growing list of sports affected by the region’s recent drenching with the Wagga competition set for a delayed start and the city forced to relinquish a major representative carnival.
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Theseason-opening Twenty20 fixtures– due to run over two weekends from October 15 – are set to be axed and the official start to the regularseason delayed until November 5.

The condition of grounds makes October a virtual write-off already.

“The rollers cannot access the grounds,” Wagga cricket operations managerMelanie Rosengren said.

“Some of the pitches are not too bad but getting on to the outfields is impossible and so is mowing obviously.”

The first three weeks of the competition can be pushed back a week with a general bye scheduled for November 19-20 no longer required after Wagga gave up hosting rights to the NSW Country Championships.

Standstill Henwood Park’s top oval.

Henwood Park

Henwood Park

Henwood Park

Wagga Cricket Ground

Wagga Cricket Ground

Wagga Cricket Ground

The entrance to Wagga Cricket Ground looking back towards the Murrumbidgee Turf Club.

The entrance to Wagga Cricket Ground looking back towards the Murrumbidgee Turf Club.

The entrance to Wagga Cricket Ground looking back towards the Murrumbidgee Turf Club.

Bolton Park

Canal or cricket pitch? Henwood Park

Bolton Park

Bolton Park

Wagga Cricket Ground

Henwood Park

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