Saturday’s match between Forestry and Bridgetown was called off after the second over of Bridgetown’s batting innings after players were called back to Bridgetown amid a massive bushfire. The Boyup Brook game against Pemberton, which was scheduled to take place in Boyup Brook on Sunday, was also called off because of the massive road closures and active fire in Bridgetown. Both games were deemed a draw because of the emergency taking place in the lower South West and given the average points of the other game. The ladder is still close and because of the drawn games, remains the same as the week before. Members from the Warren Blackwood Cricket Association executive and delegates will meet this Thursday for their monthly meeting. The main discussion will be whether to cut the season short and start finals because of the ongoing situation with COVID-19 and the updated isolation rules mapped out by Premier Mark McGowan. The new isolations rules state a person only needs to self-quarantine for seven days once they test positive for COVID The Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association in the South West are also meeting this week to discuss the same.