Bridgwater Town suffer third postponement in nine days against Sholing
Bridgwater Town suffered their third postponement in nine days – and their 29th of the season – when their game at Sholing was called off last night because of a waterlogged pitch.
Sholing, who are pulling out of the Evo-Stik Southern League at the end of the season, carried out a pitch inspection at mid-day because deciding to postpone the Division One South and West game.
“This is no longer a normal season for us,” said Bridgwater secretary Roger Palmer last night. “We are faced with playing four games a week.
“It is crazy. I’ve no idea when we will be able to play Sholing – it will probably have to be on a Sunday.”
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Bridgwater still have 18 league and cup matches to play, including three derby games against Taunton Town, two in the league and one in the semi-finals of the Somerset Premier Cup.