Cheesemen suffer another postponement

PUBLISHED: 09:12 26 January 2018

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Cheddar suffered another postponement in their stop-start situation when their match at Wincanton was called off.

Cheddar’s season was again forced to a further stop-start situation when their match at Wincanton was called off, the second time in three games that their match had faced a late postponement.

Manager Shaun Potter speaking with the club’s website said:

“It’s a frustrating time having games postponed every week as we are desperate to get out there and get a winning run together. The backlog of fixtures we are going to get between now and the end of the season isn’t ideal, but we will aim to use this to our advantage.”

The Cheesemen’s next game is scheduled to be on Saturday at Malmesbury Victoria, kick-off 3pm, and they are due to return to home soil against Warminster Town on Tuesday in a league match, kindly sponsored by Roosters Country and Western Music Club, kick-off 7.45pm.

Cheddar’s reserve team were also without a match at the weekend, but are due to host Chew Magna on Saturday (3pm). The club’s A team match was also called off at Sporting Weston, but the team are due to be back in action on Saturday when they travel to FC Milton.

Meanwhile, Cheddar’s match at Wincanton Town has been re-arranged for March 13, kick-off 7.30pm.

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