Yes, we're back.
It's been a few weeks but your weekly look at things you might have missed during the weekend's RSL-Whitney Cup matches is back.
Despite the threat of rain all week Saturday's matches went ahead and there was some big results.
Here's what caught our eye.
How to balance the Blues?
Macquarie is loaded with talent. The side is top of the table for a reason.
There's every chance they could still go on and win this season's RSL-Whitney Cup title and the chance to record an unprecedented treble is in play with the Twenty20 title in the bag and the one-day decider this coming weekend.
But Saturday's loss to CYMS, albeit on a tricky pitch and slow outfield, might have raised some questions.
The batting order is incredibly deep but making the most of the talent is what the side needs to do.
Ahead of the one-day final clash with CYMS, the Blues will be hoping things don't get bogged down so the likes of Jason Green - who batted at six on Saturday - feel the pressure late on.
Green ran himself out on Saturday and if the strike had been rotated at the end a little more and he was comfortable enough to keep batting to the final over then it may have bee a different result.
Again, having too much talent is a good issue to have. The batting lineup already features Green, Dan Medway, Ricky Medway, Ed Haylock, and Ben Strachan. That's quality and will be tough to stop once two-day cricket starts again.
But the worst thing possible for Macquarie in the one-day final would be to have someone like Green or Strachan watching on late in the game as runs dry up.
Time to salvage some pride
It's never easy going into the final rounds knowing you're no chance of playing finals. Motivation won't be as high, it's just a fact.
But for the sake of the competition let's hope South Dubbo and Rugby produce a real contest this coming round.
Both sides were hammered on the weekend, making less than 120 between them.
Rugby drew the short straw by having to bat first against Newtown on a rain-affected No. 3 pitch while Souths started well but soon faded poorly against Colts.
Both sides have had their moments this season while never truly threatening the top four but the last few weeks can be productive.
There's young players in each team and it would do them the world of good to finish the season with some kind of momentum and confidence as well as a positive attitude.
That's more like it from Colts
Ah, RSL-Colts in some trouble then digging itself out and going on to dominate.
It's something everyone in Dubbo cricket has been accustomed to for more than a decade.
But this season has been different and while they're still a strong chance of playing finals, there's been some hugely disappointing displays.
Especially when it comes to batting.
Captain Marty Jeffrey must have nearly gone hoarse having told his batsmen to show some dedication and desire this season.
It was looking like another one of those weeks at one point on Saturday as Colts stumbled to 5/73 against South Dubbo, but Jason Ryan began to right the ship.
It wasn't just Ryan's hard-hitting century that is noteworthy, it's the fight the tail showed to stay with him and keep the runs ticking over.
Chris Morton, Ben Taylor and, most of all, Grant Malouf all played a role as Colts finished at 9/245.
It hasn't happened yet, but if the top order takes some notes from the lower order they could well provide leaders Macquarie and CYMS with a real headache still.