Must see games are sure to draw a crowd this weekend for the penultimate round of this year's cricket competition.
It sees Delungra take on Staggy Creek in A grade at Varley Oval and Square & Compass play RSM at McCosker 1.
In the A grade final there are some strong match ups.
Delungra have had a great return year in the Inverell Grade Cricket competition.
Much of the success can be attributed to John Krauss with both bat and ball, but not far behind him is his colleague Brad Thomas.
The duo are considered by many to have been the backbone of the team but team mates Jeremy Pilcher, Nathan Fisher and Tyson Will have also been strong performers.
Staggy Creek have an experienced side with Matt Sparke and Tom Nelson being in solid form.
Club stalwart Paul Dailey has also been making his mark, and is in good form with the bat and ball this season.
The return of Mick Kenny adds starch to Staggy Creek's bowling as well as batting.
The match is sure to be an intense affair.
In B grade, Square & Compass will take on RSM.
It will be an exciting game for spectators, as these teams have had two tight tussles in the home and away season.
Square & Compass will rely on the Smith brothers and captain Liam Spalding to get them over the line. Injuries and players leaving town for university studies have weakened the team.
RSM will welcome the return of their star all rounder Jakob Haines this weekend.
RSM have relied on Haines' performances along with some experienced veterans like Scott Leonard, who is mentoring some up and coming juniors.
This could again be a close match. The factor that could impact both games is the weather. The forecast is for a wet few days in the lead up to the games.
If the rain occurs it could impact on the outcomes quite significantly.
Campbell & Freebairn and Warriors can sit back with interest to see who they will play in the grand final.
Spectators are welcome to watch Delungra take on Staggy Creek at Varley Oval from 3pm on Saturday and Square & Compass face RSM at McCosker 1 from 1pm.
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