Organizers to change Bonnor Cup format for 2021-22 season | Western lawyer

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Twelve teams will once again compete in the Bonnor Cup for the 2021-22 season. The Twenty20 competition – also known as the Royal Hotel Cup for sponsorship reasons – will feature teams from across the region, with the ORC set to replace Molong as the Tigers return to the Bathurst Orange cricket competition Inter District for the coming season. Last year’s four-pool system is expected to be scrapped, with competition reverting to a two-pool system. READ MORE: Each team will play four pool matches, with the top two from each pool advancing to the semi-finals. Organizers have said that to integrate the extra matches, teams will need to play around half of the group matches on a Sunday. The competition is scheduled to begin in the spotlight at Wade Park, Orange, on November 5. This will be the 10th season that the Bonnor Cup has been played as a Twenty20 competition. Previously, the competition presented by the Orange District Cricket Association as a day / night competition was played as a one-day 40 competition from its inception in 1990-91 until the 2011-12 season, with the 1996- season. 97. played in Super8 format. Last year’s Bonnor Cup final was won by Bathurst Rugby Union club after a 29-point victory over home side Orange City. The only fully-featured Bathurst final came in 2018 when the Centennials Bulls beat Bathurst City. Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content: