FOOTBALL-STARVED Stratford Town are desperate to return to action on Saturday after the recent heavy rainfall decimated their January schedule.
Town have managed to play just one game in the washout month which put paid to the other five matches on the fixture list.
The DCS Stadium hasn’t seen a ball kicked in anger since the Boxing Day derby against Evesham United.
Tuesday night’s rearranged game at Cinderford Town was the latest casualty in a depressing sequence of events.
That followed last Saturday’s postponed home game against Mangotsfield United, which will now take place on Tuesday 4th March, kick-off 7.45pm.
This Saturday, weather permitting, they travel to Clevedon Town in their latest Southern League Division One South & West encounter.
Full story in Thursday’s Stratford Herald.
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