After delaying last week due to bushfires and heavy smoke, the Far South Coast Cricket Association will return to play this weekend.
Three games were cancelled on January 11 witth a number of clubs providing assistance as evacuation centres, while a number of committee members were also heavily involved in fire fighting efforts across the Border, Werri Berri and Badja Forest fires.
However, with easing conditions and the smoke haze drifting in and out, officials have given the all clear for play to resume with three first division matches to go ahead on Saturday.
Bega-Angledale will play host to Bermagui on Saturday with George Griffin Oval seeing the first match played in almost two months since a pre-Christmas break in play.
Other matches will see Tathra play a top-of-the-table repeat clash against the Merimbula Knights on Tathra's Lawrence Park Ground.
Meanwhile, the Eden club will travel to Dalmeny to play the South Eurobodalla.
Play is 1pm.