Worthing's clash with title-chasing Billericay Town set to go ahead
Worthing Football Club have confirmed their Bostik League Premier Division clash with Billericay Town will go ahead later today.
The club held a pitch inspection earlier this morning, with Woodside Road's 3G surface deemed playable.
A number of fixtures across the country have been postponed owing to snow and freezing temperatures in recent days but it looks as though Worthing's game against Billericay will go ahead.
n East Preston, Littlehampton Town, Worthing United and Steyning Town are all hopeful of getting their respective Southern Combination League matches on today.
Golds and EP - who welcome Hassocks and Saltdean United in the Premier Division respectively - are holding pitch inspections a little later this morning.
Also in the Premier Division, Mavericks are due to make the trip to Peacehaven & Telscombe, with a decision set to be made within the next hour as to whether that one will take place.
Steyning Town, who have a 3G surface at their Shooting Field home, look likely to get a home SCFL Division 1 clash with Midhurst & Easebourne on.
n Worthing Raiders have not been so fortunate as they were forced to postpone a National 2 South meeting against Canterbury at Roundstone Lane owing to a frozen pitch.