GT20 - Weather doesn't permit play in both round two matches in Canada
The first two of the three matches of round two - Brampton Wolves v Edmonton Royals and Vancouver Knights v Winnipeg Hawks - could not be played because of the inclement weather in Canada.
The first round two match between Brampton Wolves and Edmonton Royals was abandoned due to rain without the toss being conducted. Both Brampton Wolves and Edmonton Royal shared one point each and retain their position at the top and the bottom of the points table respectively.
Raining here at Brampton.— GT20 Canada (@GT20Canada) August 6, 2019
It's coming down pretty hard.
The first match of the day has been called off due to thunderstorms and lightning in the area. @BramptonWolves @EdmontonGT20 #GT20 pic.twitter.com/HfNCbkKuOB
The Wolves now have nine points with four wins and one loss from six matches. The Royals have three points with one win and four losses from six matches.
For the match between Vancouver Knights and Winnipeg Hawks, the rain relented but the outfield was too wet for the match to happen. As a result, Vancouver Knights and Winnipeg Hawks also shared one point each.
The Vancouver Knights remain at the second place with three wins and one loss from six matches and have eight points. Winnipeg Hawks have now climbed to the third place with two wins and three losses from six matches and the team has five points.
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