Mid North Coast McDonalds Premier Cricket League resumes on Saturday January 13

Big hit: Dylan Lewis from Port City Magpies plays a shot in a match at the end of 2017. They return to Oxley Oval this weekend. Photo: Ivan Sajko
Big hit: Dylan Lewis from Port City Magpies plays a shot in a match at the end of 2017. They return to Oxley Oval this weekend. Photo: Ivan Sajko

The Mid North Coast McDonalds Premier Cricket League resumes on Saturday with round 11 matches.

At the halfway point of the competition, Macquarie sits on top of the competition ladder with 43 points with Wingham second on 38 points.

Wauchope RSL is third on the ladder with the fourth-placed Kempsey-based Nulla both on 34 points.

Rovers, also on 34 points, sits in fifth spot while United is one point further down the ladder on 33, as is Port City Leagues Magpies.

The competition ladder rounds out with Taree West sitting in eighth place on the competition ladder with 28 points while Port Panthers Pirates has 14 competition points.

The draw for Saturday's resumption of Premier League features Taree West taking on United at Johnny Martin Oval and the Port City Leagues Magpies hosting Port Panthers Pirates at Oxley Oval.

Wauchope RSL is at home to Wingham at Andrews Park while Rovers will be at Kempsey Golf Club against Nulla.

Macquarie has the bye.

The Hastings River District Cricket Association's second grade competition has Port Pirates on top with 49 points six points clear of Macquarie and Port City Leagues Magpies.

Comboyne Kendall is fourth with 40 points while Beechwood is fifth on 25 points.

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