Rain may have robbed Dubbo the chance to claim this season's Brewery Shield title, but captain Angus Norton was still pleased with what he considered a successful representative season.
Sunday's grand final at No. 1 Oval was evenly poised when abandoned, with Cobar posting an a competitive 9/220 from its 50 overs while batting first.
But the rain started to fall heavier during the change of innings, leading the game to be abandoned and the 2018/19 premiership being shared between the two associations.
"Obviously disappointing that the weather prevented a result," Norton said after the win.
"It would've been nice to have a tilt with the bat and see if we could get the runs. But a joint premiership is still better than nothing, so overall it's okay."
The weather also ruined Dubbo's chance of being sole premiers in both the Western Zone Premier League and Brewery Shield competitions for the first time since 2013/14.
Cobar was solid with the bat throughout its innings, with a number of partnerships being formed after the side won the toss and batted in the decider.
Clay Neale and Jake Harbison were the standouts for the visitors, the former making 64 opening the batting while the latter chimed in with 40.
The pair added 56 runs for the fourth wicket before Neale was removed by RSL-Colts off-spinner Mitch Ashford.
Ashford, who bagged five wickets in the previous win over Nyngan, also removed Harbison and went on to finish with 4/30 from his 10 overs.
Jacob Hill (2/41) and Bailey Edmunds (1/30) also did a job with the ball.
"CYMS and Newtown would do well to watch him closely in the Whitney Cup finals," Norton said after labelling the teenager his pick of the bowlers.
The chase was set to be a testing one, but it wasn't to be as the title was shared and the shield made the trip out to Cobar for the time being.
"I'd like to wish all our players the best of luck with their finals campaigns to come, and to use this experience in club cricket," Norton added.
"I'd like to thank everyone that's been involved in the Brewery Shield team this year for their efforts. I have full faith that those who go around again next year will look to do one better."