Cricket has once again been cancelled over the weekend, this time by rain.
Officials said they were well aware of the forecast rain conditions for the weekend and heavy showers across northern parts of the shire early on Saturday and a forecast for damaging winds forced games to be abandoned on Saturday.
A similar forecast and weather warning by the SES on Sunday meant the same fate for women's T20 matches as well as junior representative fixtures.
Officials said they had been hopeful to get games on the pitch as there had already been cancellations a week earlier due to extreme heat and bushfire threat.
Heavy rains and weather warnings continued on Monday with further potential risk for flash flooding and river flooding.
Downpours were met by disbelief among some of the cricketers with comments like "fires one week, floods the next" shared on social media.
First and second division games have been marked as drawn results on the schedule with all teams to take six competition points.
However, the rain marks the second week in row that the women's T20 season has missed a debut with six games binned on Sunday.
Three double headers were scheduled to run in Bega, but had to be called off.
Officials welcomed the rain, but are hopeful play will resume this weekend.