Games Begin To Fall As Mother Nature Strikes Again

4 months ago By Sam Elliott

A number of matches across the National League divisions have already been called off.

Snow, freezing temperatures and heavy rain have already cost us matches from Saturday’s programme.

On Friday night Guiseley’s home game with Barrow was the first to go.

On Saturday morning there were more to follow.

Curzon Ashton vs Kidderminster can’t go ahead, and neither can Weston super Mare vs Chelmsford City in the National League South.

Havant vs Gloucester City is also not going ahead because of a waterlogged pitch at West Leigh Park.

Bradford Park Avenue against Gainsborough Trinity is also off due to parts of the Horsfall Stadium being frozen.

The FC Halifax Town pitch couldn’t pass an inspection - their game with Leyton Orient failed a pitch inspection.

There was also bad news at Hampton who suffered thanks to the rain. Their game with Hungerford must find a new date.

In the National League North, AFC Telford’s game with Nuneaton was called off just after 1pm.

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