Buninyong captain-coach Liam Brady has led the call for the introduction of the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method into the Ballarat Cricket Association.
Brady's push follows a frustrating weekend of matches in the first grade competition, which saw four of the five one-day encounters finish drawn due to rain.
Reigning premiers East Ballarat snared a prized six points on Saturday after it was the only team to force a result.
The Hawks beat Napoleons-Sebastopol and climbed to third on the ladder as all other sides split the points three apiece.
At the Western Oval, Buninyong made 9-139 from 46.2 overs (shortened from 50) and the Bulls were 6-113 in reply when the game ended after 40 overs in the second innings.
"Duckworth-Lewis is the way to go. 100 per cent," Brady told The Courier.
"It should be brought in."
Brady was frustrated that the two teams played 86 overs and didn't achieve a winner at the end of the day.
"When you play that amount of overs in one day you should be getting a result either way," he said.
Also on Saturday, the battle between Darley and Wendouree ended in a draw after umpires altered the game to "ordinary conditions" due to the loss of time.
Red Caps skipper Gavin Webb said it was a frustrating finish to the clash, with the Lions batting out their shortened innings to secure a share of the points.
Wendouree batted for 47 overs before closing at 4-195 then Darley closed at 5-114 from its 33.
The Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method is a mathematical formulation used to determine the target score for a team batting second in a limited overs match which has been interrupted by weather.
It can determine a result if the match is washed out, given enough overs have been bowled to constitute a fair game.
BCA operations officer Greg Wakeling said the league should revisit the wet weather policy.
"We want to avoid pointless matches, matches petering out into nothing... we want to try avoid that as much as we can," Wakeling said.
"Some people like it, some people don't.
"I think it's probably fairer to the team batting first because if they lose time, they're not afforded the opportunity to elevate the run rate."
Wakeling said the DLS method was built in to the MyCricket Live Score application used widely around the BCA.
This Saturday will see the start of two-day matches.
Three two-day games will be played before three one-dayers in the lead up to Christmas.