Seas finish minor premiers

Brett Venables looms as one of the many dangermen for Anglesea on the weeekend. 267393_19

Extreme heat caused the cancellation of the final day of the Bellarine Peninsula Cricket Association home and away season on Saturday March 9.

With the top temperature forecasted to be 40 degree in Geelong on Saturday, play was abandoned for the day with all A1 Grade sides sharing the points.

It meant the ladder stayed the same and minor premiers Anglesea will take on Barrabool in one semi-final and Barwon Heads hosts Armstrong Creek in the other.

Drysdale would have been cursing the weather, which denied it a home final.

The Hawks were only 10 runs away from outright victory against Newcomb, which would have been enough to lift them to second place on the ladder and a home final.

However, Portarlington would have been more than happy to have the day off. The Demons finished second and will have hosting rights over their fierce rivals in a semi-final.

Collendina will host St Leonards in the other A2 Grade semi-final.

Ocean Grove won the B1 Grade minor premiership and will host Armstrong Creek while Barrabool will entertain Barwon Heads in the other semi.

In B2 Grade, Barwon Heads finished on top of the ladder and will host Queenscliff while Inverleigh travels to Wallington.

Armstrong Creek is undefeated in C Grade and Barrabool gets the daunting task of a semi-final match-up while Jan Juc had secured first-innings points on day one and avoided a first-up final against the Titans and will instead travel to Ocean Grove.

The One-Day Competition top four is very even with Queenscliff hosting Jan Juc and Wallington will entertain Armstrong Creek.