On again, off again.
That was the theme for the second week of the Bathurst Orange Inter District Cricket competition's seventh round on Saturday as the covers came on and off, as did the players.
Three games had the covers come off for long enough to see a result, while two games were canned due to the weather.
Orange City took early wickets to try and dismiss Kinross - who were two down overnight chasing the Warriors' 199 - but in the end the weather forced them from the field, while Bathurst City's game with St Pat's Old Boys went the distance but couldn't get a result up after so many rain delays.
As for the results which did come through, City Colts nabbed the side's first win of 2019-20, CYMS fell out of the top four and Cavaliers rejoined the Warriors at the top of the table.
CENTENNIALS BULLS (199) defeated CYMS (180) by 19 runs
The Bulls are not only back into third spot, but they've knocked the green and golds out of fourth with just two rounds to go.
An exemplary 91 to Tyler Horton - featuring 10 fours and three sixes - accounted for nearly half his side's runs.
While Gus Wilson stood up with ball in hand to take four wickets and both Hugh and Angus Le Lievre snared two wickets apiece, it wasn't enough as Joel Gurney (33) and Nathan Foran (25) helped the side recover from 4-23 to cross CYMS' tally with four wickets in hand.
CENTRALS (211) defeated by CAVALIERS (6-212) by four wickets
Cavaliers didn't have too much to worry about with the rain after being 1-115 in reply last week, but with Mitch Black, Matt Corben and Bailey Ferguson missing this week there was a lot riding on the Cavs' young brigade.
Hugh Middleton didn't add much to his overnight score but finished with 83 before being dismissed by wily veteran Daryl Kennewell (3-65), and while Cavs lost 3-4, Cam Laird (13), Harry Pearce (37) and Charlie Greer (25) helped steer the side home for a four-wicket win.
The victory put the side back on level pegging with Orange City in the BOIDC standings.
It also marked Kaleb Cook's first win as captain, although the young opener didn't have to do all that much.
CITY COLTS (8-351) defeated RUGBY UNION (176) by 175 runs
They've done it. City Colts got the BOIDC monkey off their back with a mammoth win over Rugby Union which really was a tale of two halves.
Setting out on a batting paradise last week, Rugby Union was whacked to all parts of the ground by Colts' Henry Shoemark, Jaden Ekert and Matt Stephen - with the latter blasting 10 sixes on his way to 70.
Stephen came out this week and took 4-42 off 19 overs on a pitch which couldn't have been more different following a week's worth of rain.
Colts' win never looked in doubt with the pitch full of demons, but Jameel Qureshi's 120-odd ball 23 was the most impressive part of the day as the rugby skipper tried to grind out time in the hope of rain.
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