Only one game was played in Cricket Albury-Wodonga on Saturday.
Quite remarkably, Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock hosted its game against Lockhart in Hume first grade, despite more than 50mms falling over the Border region in recent days.
Last season's grand finalists defeated Lockhart by two wickets.
It was the first time this season provincial first grade has been totally washed out, although the previous round was also affected by rain.
Provincial was scheduled to host a double header of T20 games.
There's two more double headers planned, including this Saturday.
North Albury faces two cracking clashes against long-time rivals Wodonga and Lavington.
The Hoppers and Wodonga are undefeated following the first six rounds, which includes the two games washed out.
The morning matches are scheduled to start at 11am.
North and Lavington will then meet in the grand final re-match after the latter claimed last season's title.
The afternoon matches start from 3.15pm.
ALSO IN SPORT:
CAW provincial will return to the regular one game on November 27 before completing the T20 section of the competition with another double header on December 4.
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