Grampians association C Grade cricket returns

WINNERS: The most recent C Grade premiership side Chalambar celebrates its 2014-15 victory. C Grade cricket returns after a year's hiatus in 2015-16. Picture: Erin Bahl

WINNERS: The most recent C Grade premiership side Chalambar celebrates its 2014-15 victory. C Grade cricket returns after a year's hiatus in 2015-16. Picture: Erin Bahl

Grampians Cricket Association C grade competition will be back up and running for the 2016-17 season.

After two rounds in 2015-16 the C grade competition was amalgamated with the B grade competition.

There was a lack of numbers across the board and with teams forfeiting regularly.

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Grampians Cricket president David turner is exciting to have three grades of cricket action.

“It is really good for cricket around the region. It means we are heading in the right direction,” - Turner said.

“It is really good for cricket around the region it means we are heading in the right direction,” he said.

“I know at Halls Gap we have some junior players ready to step up. They can now play C grade and be mentored by a senior group.”

There will be six teams in the C grade competition including Chalambar, Arardale, Wickliffe-Lake Bolac, Buangor, Willaura and Halls Gap.

Willaura and Wickliffe Lake Bolac come back into the league after a five year break.

Fixture Round 1: 15-10-2016

Chalambar vs Buangor at Gordon Street Oval, Ararat, Wickliffe-Lake Bolac vs Araradale at Wickliffe, Willaura vs Halls Gap at Willaura

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