THE revitalised Twenty20 format for the Wangaratta and District Cricket Association played on the weekend has been deemed a success by WDCA president Justin Triffitt.
Saturday and Sunday saw 32 games of A grade cricket and 24 games of A reserve cricket played through out the WDCA region in the ToxFree Bash for Cash Twenty20 competition.
While the final of the competition won’t be played until this Friday night, a review of the competition and how to improve upon it is already underway.
“Firstly, it was a great response by all the A grade and A reserve clubs to go about their cricket in the manner which they did under some very hot conditions,” Triffitt said.
“I was very happy with the attitude shown, I was also very pleased with the cricket on display and the closeness of the matches; it showed that every club was right behind the format.
“There are always things you can do to tweak and improve something and after speaking to a majority of the A grade captains over the course of the weekend I was pleased with the solid, positive feedback that I received on the tournament.”