CDCA prepares for late start

The Castlemaine District Cricket Association (CDCA) is set to get off to a late start this season due to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
CDCA junior coordinator and former secretary Brian Brasher said they are waiting for the state to reach the 80% double dose vaccination threshold.
“We are then allowed to return to play. Current government estimations are for mid-November start but date is linked to the 80% rather than any fixed weekend,” he said.
“Currently we are able to train and clubs are hitting the training track,” he said.
Brasher said that despite the late start the 2021-2022 season is looking good with more growth in the competition including three new women’s sides. See the Mail for the full story.

Lisa Dennis
Editor of the Castlemaine Mail newspaper and senior journalist on our sister paper the Midland Express. Over the last 24 years Lisa been proudly reporting news in the Mount Alexander and Macedon Ranges communities.