HALFWAY MARK: Second grade Eastern Suburbs batsman James Kmetyk plays a shot. Northern Suburbs and Raymond Terrace lead the four lower grade ladders in Maitland and District Cricket Association competitions at the halfway point of the 2014-2015 season.
Northern Suburbs have the edge in both second and fifth grades while Raymond Terrace sits on top of thirds and fourths.
But it is Western Suburbs which have proven to be the most consistent club, featuring in the top four of all grades between seconds and fifths.
Norths, City United (three) and Thornton Park (two) make multiple appearances in the semi-final spots.
Kurri Weston and Eastern Suburbs have sole entries.
In the Maitland and District Cricket Association one-day competitions the spoils are shared between Hinton (B-grade), Lochinvar (C-grade), Chelmsford Hotel (D-grade) and Maitland Ex-Services (E-grade).
Play resumes on January 10.
District lower grade ladders:Second GradeNorthern Suburbs 39City United 35Western Suburbs 26Kurri Weston 21Eastern Suburbs 14Raymond Terrace 11Thornton Park 7Third GradeRaymond Terrace 47Western Suburbs 39Eastern Suburbs 38Northern Suburbs 29Kurri Weston 26Thornton Park 23City United 18Fourth GradeRaymond Terrace 45Thornton Park 45City United 35Western Suburbs 33Northern Suburbs 30Kurri Weston 13Eastern Suburbs 12Fifth GradeNorthern Suburbs 38City United 33Thornton Park 32Western Suburbs 32Kurri Weston 32Eastern Suburbs 21Raymond Terrace 16One-day lower grade ladders:B-GradeHinton 51Port Stephens 44Windsor Castle 30Kurri Kurri 25Bowthorne 25Chelmsford Hotel 23C-GradeLochinvar 46Raworth 46SMR 43Seaham 41Windsor Castle 38Tenambit Morpeth 30Raymond Terrace 22Regal Hunter 21D-GradeChelmsford Hotel 41Kurri Kurri 36Tarro Hotel 34Fred Harvey Memorial 32Windsor Castle 32Regal Hunter 31E-GradeMaitland Ex-Services 46Raworth 36Hinton 28Regal Hunter 25Tenambit Morpeth 24Port Stephens 21This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 苏州美甲美睫培训学校.