Matches Rearranged As New Dates Found For Postponements

By Sam Elliott

We can confirm a number of re-arranged fixtures across the three National League divisions.

A mixture of poor weather and FA Trophy progression has seen a large amount of games to be postponed in the coming week.

Four matches in the National League, four in the National League North and seven in the National League South have found new homes.

We will update supporters with any further changes in the coming weeks.

As always, we urge anyone planning to attend matches to clubs’ study social media and the the National League website before setting off.

We will be providing up-to-the minute news on any possible postponements on Saturday morning.

Guiseley v Barrow was 27 February now 6 March
Bromley v Barrow was 24 February now 13 March
Barrow v Hartlepool United was 10 February now 10 April
Hartlepool United v Leyton Orient was 6 March now 17 April

Salford City v Tamworth was 24 February now 6 March
Chorley v Spennymoor Town was 6 March now 13 March
Harrogate Town v Spennymoor Town was 24 February now 27 March
Spennymoor Town v Boston United was 27 February now 10 April

Bognor Regis Town v Welling United was 13 February now 20 March
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Hungerford Town was 27 February now 20 March
Truro City v Havant & Waterlooville was 6 March (original tie now postponed due to county cup) now 20 March
Weston-Super-Mare v St. Albans City was 27 February now 20 March
Wealdstone v Eastbourne Borough was 17 March now 26 March
Concord Rangers v East Thurrock United was 20 February now 27 March
Chelmsford City v Wealdstone was 24 March now 16 April

Where next?

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