Rain seemed an ominous possibility at Dennington.RAIN affected the majority of the Saturday pennant semi-finals on the weekend, with Western District Bowls Division (WDBD) fortunately having a spare day up its sleeve to reschedule the matches.
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Division one games at Port Fairy on Saturday were abandoned, as was the division three second semi-final and both division four matches, which were all scheduled at City Memorial.

The washed out games have been postponed until next Saturday, with WDBD to finalise arrangements for the remainder of the finals series at a meeting tonight.

In the matches that went ahead, Koroit Blue advanced to the division two grand final after it edged out Warrnambool White 70-68, while Warrnambool Red ended City Memorial Blue’s season with an 82-65 triumph.

In division three, Koroit White comfortably defeated City Memorial White 98-45, with the former expected to have a week off while it waits to discover who its preliminary final opponent will be — the loser of next weekend’s second semi between Warrnambool Orange and Dennington Green.

In division one next Saturday, Warrnambool Blue and Dennington Red will meet in the first semi, while Warrnambool Gold and City Red will battle it out in the second semi.

In division four, Port Fairy Black and Warrnambool Yellow meet, while Warrnambool Maroon and Koroit Green play off for a grand final spot.

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