The Dubbo District Cricket Association's finals have now taken shape after an unfortunate downpour caused matches across all grades to be washed out mid-way through Saturday's slate of decisive games.
While no games across the three grades were played to completion, finals will now proceed with the current ladder-leaders in each playing group heading through to their grand final as the minor premierships, and for and against scores determining who proceeds to the semi-final showdowns.
While Souths Lemons got off to a strong start, hitting out for 83/2, in their semi-final match against CYMS White, it will be Rugby against CYMS White in the finals to decide who takes on the Newtown Demons come grand final time.
Jeff Shanks struck for 28 runs for the unlucky Lemons, while Brian McKinnon totalled up 35 by the end of 22 overs.
The Demons swatted their way to 61 runs in their match against Rugby before the stiff rain made playing on untenable.
Rugby's Liam Halligan, Ben Bunt and Michael Daley each took a wicket, with Halligan only giving away five runs in exchange for Trevor O'Mally's stumps.
Rugby will meet CYMS White in the semi-final at Lady Cutler on March 21.
In the Pinnington Cup, it is Rugby who heads through to the grand final as the minor premiers after their match-up with Macquarie was abandoned, with Souths and Colts set to play for a berth in the semi-finals.
That semi-final is expected to take place across the weekend of March 21 - 22, at Victoria Park.