MITCHELL Cricket Council have returned the same people to executive positions for the upcoming 2020-21 season but discussions on competition structures will take place at the next general meeting.
Monday night's annual general meeting saw Mark Frecklington returned to the president's role with Bathurst District Cricket Association president Campbell Graham again taking the vice-president's position.
Matt Tabbernor will be treasurer with Shane Broes, Peter Jarick, Ian Strudwick all on the committee.
The secretary role was not filled at the AGM and the call has gone out to anyone interested to get in contact with Scott Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the position.
The 2019-20 Mitchell Cricket Council season was a successful one for Bathurst as they claimed the T20 Cup and the Rod Hartas Trophy.
But the glaring absentee from that list is the President's Cup - because the main senior limited overs competition never went ahead.
Graham said it's too early to say whether that competition will be making a return next season.
One thing Graham can be confident of in 2020-21 is that the committee will be doing everything in their power to help put the smaller Mitchell districts on the map.
"Mitchell hasn't changed anything, with the same board. It's been really good and everything moves along nicely," he said.
"I think it's not just something you see here in Western Zone but in a lot of areas across the state - as the bigger towns get bigger the smaller towns struggle for numbers, which is sad for cricket in general. You'd hope the smaller towns can still produce their own competitions to keep them viable.
"Here in Mitchell everything's going along the same as it was before. There's the outlying areas like Lithgow, Mudgee and Molong who all still run their own competitions, which is great for Mitchell.
"They're still producing very reasonable cricketers that can push through the representative levels. With the talent scouts that we have no-one ever gets missed. If they're good enough then they can go through to the next level."