Prelims washed out

Extreme weather squashed any competition in the lead-up to the cricket grand finals. 

The preliminary finals were set to be played on March 18, but were cancelled due to the rain, so the top-two teams on points will play in the grand final. 

GRAND FINAL: Robertson-Burrawang player Sam Goodfellow adds a run to his total in a first grade match against the East Bowral Blues earlier this season.

GRAND FINAL: Robertson-Burrawang player Sam Goodfellow adds a run to his total in a first grade match against the East Bowral Blues earlier this season.

The third grade grand final will be contested by Bundanoon and Robertson-Burrawang at Taylor Avenue. 

Bundanoon and Robertson were only separated by four points at the end of the ordinary season. 

Bundanoon defeated Robertson in the semi-final on March 11 by 87 runs. 

Robertson and the Mittagong Saints will play for second grade premiership victory over two days at Welby Oval on March 25 and 26. 

Bowral and Robertson will play for the 2017 first grade title at Bradman Oval on March 25 and 26. 

Robertson finished the ordinary season at the top of the leader board, followed by Bowral in second position. 

Bowral have had some time off the field due to the weather and a bye.

The last time they played was on February 25, where they defeated Wingello in round 12 of the competition. 

If Robertson won the decider in last year’s first grade comp.

Senior cricketers have missed out on the opportunity to play due to the weather over the last few weeks, making it difficult for players to really shine on the field.