Weather has affected the Graham Gorrel Cup, but the Murrumbidgee/Northern Riverina were able to come out on top after heading to Albury to take on CAW Murray.
The two Twenty20 games on Sunday were both washed out without a result being determined.
In the first game, CAW won the toss and elected to bat, and their top order put their side into a strong position while Hay's Digby Lilburne (1/28) taking a late wicket to see the Murray side finish their 20 overs on 4/124.
Only two overs were able to be bowled in the Murrumbidgee/Northern Riverina innings meaning the result was a draw while the second game was washed out without a ball bowled.
The longer format game shaped as the decider on Monday and it was the Murrumbidgee/Northern Riverina side who came out on top. The Murray side was under pressure early in their innings with their team reduced to 7/54 before a lower-order fightback. Leeton's Jock Yelland (2/7) ended the 48-run partnership with two quick wickets while Dean Bennett assisted in a runout to see CAW Murray bowled out for 111.
The Murrumbidgee/Northern Riverina passed the total and then took advantage of time in the middle with Bennett (43 ret.) and Jock Yelland (24*) getting runs.
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