THE wet weather and gale-force winds decimated the amateur football programme again at the weekend, with November being almost a write-off for some clubs.
CROOKLANDS face one of their toughest assignments of the season tomorrow when they travel to high-fliers Charnock Richard - but boss Jon Bell insists the pressure is off.
HARD work by the groundsmen ensured that Crooklands Casuals were able to host Vickerstown in a re-arranged West Lancashire League Premier Division game - and the home team players took full advantage as they picked up three valuable points.
ASKAM United managed to beat the weather to play their West Lancashire League Division One fixture with Ladybridge, but were unable to claim a much-needed win.
VICKERSTOWN boss Dave Round snr is hoping his patched-up troops can get back to winning ways against rock-bottom Lostock St Gerards tomorrow (2pm kick-off).