KEY: Yaralla's Harrison Rideout will be a big factor tomorrow night.
KEY: Yaralla's Harrison Rideout will be a big factor tomorrow night. Mike Richards GLA270217CRICKET

Grand finals in doubt as rain impacts fields

CRICKET: The season reaches fever pitch with three junior grand finals tomorrow night and this Saturday.

Yaralla will play Boyne-Tannum at Yaralla tomorrow after the under-17 preliminary final between Boyne-Tannum and Brothers, scheduled for today, was called off due to a rain-affected playing field.

With showers forecast for tomorrow and Saturday, there is doubt if the U17, U14 and U12 deciders will go ahead.

Hopefully presentations will take place following the U17 grand final tomorrow night.

The U14 and U12 premierships will also be up for grabs on Saturday morning.

However, for the BITS Cricket Club, there is no danger the two premiership trophies will leave the club.

That's because both the U14 and U12 deciders will be a battle between BITS teams.

The older of the two age brackets will see minor premiers BITS Heat taking on BITS Sixers at Clinton's number one field.

Clinton's second oval will host BITS Hurricanes, which finished top of the table against BITS Strikers in the U12 grand final.

There will be 30 overs in each innings.

The games will begin at 8am.

Presentations will be after the matches.



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