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Central Coast Council have advised that all Council grounds are closed this weekend and therefore there will be no Central Coast Cricket Grade games this weekend.

Please note however that this decision does not impact on the Central Coast Regional Sporting and Recreational Complex, Tuggerah which is due to host the CCCA 1st Grade One- Day and Masters Grand Finals on Sunday. A decision on these games will be made over the weekend.

Details of one-day finals – Sunday – 11am @ Tuggerah

1st Grade             Kincumber Avoca vs Wyong

Masters -             The Entrance vs Southern Spirit

Provisional Men’s 1st Grade Semi Finals – Next Saturday & Sunday

Major Semi Final               Kincumber Avoca vs Terrigal Matcham @ Erina Oval

Minor Semi Final               Southern Spirit vs The Entrance @ Col Gooley Oval

Final Table:  Kincumber Avoca 61, Terrigal Matcham 56.5, Southern Spirit 54.5, The Entrance 53, Warnervale 52.5, Wyong 43.5, Northern Power 29.5, Brisbane Water 29, Narara Wyoming 28, Lisarow Ourimbah 26.5.

Provisional Women’s Semi Finals next Saturday

Major Semi Final               Lisarow Ourimbah Black vs Terrigal Matcham @ Kanwal Oval

Minor Semi Final               Northern Power Orange vs Lisarow Ourimbah White @ EDSACC North

Final Table: Lisarow Ourimbah Black 25, Terrigal Matcham 25, Northern Power Orange 19, Lisarow Ourimbah White 18, Wyong Gold 18, The Entrance 12, Kincumber Avoca 9, Northern Power Blue 6, Narara Wyoming 3, Wyong Green 1

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Feb 23, 2022, 12:11 PM (5 days ago)

Northern Power raise $23,467 for the McGrath Foundation

The final tally is in and Northern Power Cricket Club has raised a total of $23,467 for the McGrath Foundation from their annual Pink Stumps Day held recently.

In a remarkable effort the club exceeded last year’s total of $21,355.

This years events included a fundraising dinner at the Ary Toukley on the Friday night however the main event was on the Sunday which saw junior matches in the morning before the aanual women’s match in the afternoon, which ended in a tie.

The day saw auctions, raffles and a canteen and bar in full action.

Another highlight was Northern Power cricketer Brett Lenton who paddled and ran from Speers Point to Harry Moore Oval at Toukley, a distance of 47.92km’s in a time of 7hours 46 mins, 45 secs to raise funds for this great cause.

For photos of the event check out the Northern Power Cricket Club Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/northernpowercc

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