There rain has forced all of Saturday's first and second grade games to be cancelled but one of the most closely fought Dubbo District Cricket Association club championship battles in recent memory is still alive.
Heading into the final round, three clubs are in the running to claim to the top prize.
CYMS currently sits in pole position with 364 points while RSL-Colts is second with 351 and Rugby is within reach at 344.
CYMS and Colts do battle in the RSL-Whitney Cup and RSL-Pinnington Cup in the final round, with the winner of the first grade game to claim the minor premiership and more than likely the club championship as well.
But all of Saturday's play was cancelled on Friday morning after the week's rain meant there was no time to prepare the pitches.
The first and second grade games now become one-day matches, virtually ruling Rugby out of the race.
Despite it's first grade struggles in 2019/20, Rugby is in the hunt largely due to it's dominance in second grade.
Rugby sits top of the RSL-Pinnington Cup ladder and is 20 points clear of its nearest rival.
Last round's outright win rocketed Rugby into contention but CYMS and Colts remain the more likely winners of the club championship as Rugby's first great sides meets a motivated Macquarie team which fell from top spot just last weekend in the final round.
In the club championship, clubs get three points for every point earned in first grade and two points for every one in second grade while the third grade points remain the same value.
"It's extremely close," DDCA president Jeff Shanks said.
"It's fantastic for the competition and it's good to see three clubs fighting it out. It's the closest club championships for many years."
Shanks was particularly pleased to see Rugby in the hunt despite just four wins to its name in the top grade.
"All results matter," he said.
"With Rugby's second grade as strong as it is it can make up for the first grade side this season."
In third grade's final round this weekend, CYMS' two sides meet with a finals spot on the line.
Third-placed Rugby takes on Newtown Black while RSL-Colts United meets Souths Limes and RSL-Colts Coolbaggie plays the ladder-leading Souths Lemons.
The first grade finals race is of the most interest heading into what will now be one-day match to finish the regular season.
CYMS sits top of the table with 68 points but Colts is just two points back and Macquarie sits third on 62.
Newtown is fourth on 52 and all-but out of the running while Rugby (39) and (31) round out the competition.
CYMS and Colts have met twice previously this season and the results are split after two extremely even games.
The Cougars won the first match with four wickets and just nine balls to spare while Colts' resurgence started when they downed CYMS by nine runs in the most recent clash in early January.
The minor premiership will go on the line at Lady Cutler 2.
Elsewhere in first grade, Macquarie will look for a mammoth win over Rugby at No. 3 Oval to keep its minor premiership hopes alive while Newtown will do battle with South Dubbo at No. 2 Oval.