ASHFORD Town Football Club – and football leagues across the county – are praying for any sign of the much talked about global warming as another wet week decimated league programmes.
The wet weather left Town with a fourth successive postponed game with the matches at Croydon on Saturday and then home to Dartford called off with the waterlogged surfaces.
Ashford are now assured of two games a week through to the end of the season and are dreading any more postponements.
The first Thursday clash will be on March 22 when they travel to ambitious Kent League side VCD in the Kent Senior Cup.
This Saturday Town entertain Godalming in a must-win game in the dreaded fight away from the relegation zone and then on Tuesday old rivals Hastings are the visitors.
Godalming are just a place and three points above Town at the basement of the Division 1 South table and a much improved Town squad are eager to avenge the early season 3-0 defeat away.
Hastings have been the surprise package of the season. They are challenging for the title, so Town need to start making up the games in hand over their rivals.