Rup-Minyip and Homers have sauntered into the Twenty20 grand final after inclement weather ruined any chances of play at the weekend.
All Horsham Cricket Association matches were abandoned without a ball being bowled early on Saturday morning, after storms lashed the region on Friday night.
The abandonments ensured the Blue Panthers and Homers held on to the top two spots on the Twenty20 ladder and punched their tickets for the grand final on February 16.
West Wimmera and Lubeck-Murtoa will meet in the B Grade Twenty20 grand final, while Laharum will take on West Wimmera in the C Grade clash, both set to be played at City Oval on the same day.
The Horsham Saints were dealt the cruelest blow by the weather, having entered the weekend a slim chance to make the A Grade grand final.
The Saints finished level on points with Homers, but trailed by 0.5 percentage points. Two dominant wins and Homers' hiccup could have seen them into the final.
Teams will now prepare for a sharp change of pace, with the two-day competition resuming this weekend.
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