The A grade and B grade cricket grand-finals were cut short at the weekend after rain halted play at the halfway point in both games.
The Post Office Hotel were up against the Golf Club in the B grade final.
The Golfies were bowled out for 125 in 30 overs with some quality bowling from Tom Ryan.
Ryan’s figures were 6/28 after eight overs.
The PO were sent into bat for seven overs and lost two early wickets.
Both captains decided to pull up play and call it a draw as players from both teams couldn’t resume the game this coming Saturday meaning the Post Office Hotel and the Golf Club were joint B grade champions.
The Rowe elected to bat first in the A grade final against the Stallions and were bowled out for 130 after getting a flying start to the game.
Their game will resume this Saturday at 1pm on field one at Ron Harborne Oval.
The Weebolla Bulls travelled to Coffs Harbour at the weekend to compete in two trial games against Coffs Harbour and Yamba.
Moree took a mixture of 25 senior players across for the trials.
After a quick dip in the beach on Saturday morning the Bulls came up against Yamba in the opening trial later that afternoon.
The trail ran for two 20-minute halves.
Moree ran away with the win five tries to one.
The following game against Coffs was described by coach Jamie Hardman as a real test for the Bulls.
Some impressive play particularly by some of the newer players sealed the win for Moree 2-0.
“All the boys put in their best effort and played well,” Hardman said.
“We are happy with how the teams are shaping up this season.”
Cameron Hammond is boxing at the Oceania Olympic Qualifier Championships in Canberra this week.
He will be fighting in the 69kg division.
His first round of bouts started yesterday and will continue until this Sunday.
If Hammond is victorious he will join the Australian Olympic team and fly to London in the coming weeks.
Angus Croft took home a silver medal at the QLD State Titles Water Skiing competition at the weekend.
He competed in the under 21 slalom division.
Croft says he was up against some pretty tough competitors and was happy to come away with the silver medal.
He will be competing at the national titles in two weeks.
Croft is asking anyone who may know of a place where he could train in preparation for the nationals to please contact him on 0458 504 509.