Rain affected a nail-biting finish to the last round of the Toyota Futures League fixture between ACT/NSW Country Comets and NSW Metro at North Dalton Park in Wollongong. 

NSW Metro required just seven runs to win and the Comets needed two wickets before the heavens opened up on Thursday afternoon. 

NSW Metro resumed on Day 4 at 1/89 but rain interrupted play on and off throughout the day. 

Starring with the bat, Comets skipper Jay Lenton was the leading scorer in the opening innings with 81 to lead the side to 257. 

It was a team effort with the ball with six bowlers sharing the wickets to see NSW Metro all out for 206 on Day 2. 

Opening pair Matt Gilkes and Henry Hunt combined for 106 in the second innings but a middle order collapse saw the Comets dismissed for 231 and setting NSW Metro a target of 283. 

Sitting at 1/162 it wasn't looking good for the Comets but some quality bowling from debutant Benji Floros (3-41) and Tom Pinson (2-61) narrowed the margin. 

NSW Metro were 8/276 when heavy rain stopped play once again at the match was officially abandoned.