MID North Coast Premier League cricket clubs will determine the fate of the two games postponed because of bushfires at the MNC council meeting on Monday night.
There was no play in rounds set down for November 9 and 16.
MNC president David Burley said the clubs have an opportunity to play the games on Sundays or early in January while the competition is in recess. However, he stressed the final decision will be up to the clubs.
Tomorrow will be the final round of 40 over matches before the start of T20 fixtures. Taree West will have the bye tomorrow and hope the T20s will turnaround the season.
After six rounds Taree West has slumped to last place and remains without a win. They are now seven points adrift of the top four.
The competition breaks for Christmas after the matches on December 21.