DAVE Warne has spoken of his frustration as Walney Central have been left with another blank weekend in the North West Men’s League Division One.

Walney were due to play their first home game for three months, with Leigh Miners Rangers A due to visit Central Drive.

However, Miners’ second string have since informed Cents they do not have enough players to make the trip, leaving the squad kicking their heels again.

Under the rules of the competition, Miners must now forfeit home advantage for the return fixture next month.

But Walney joint-coach Warne is not optimistic that fixture will go ahead either and made no secret of his disappointment.

“I am very disappointed with the Miners,” said Warne, whose side face Hindpool Tigers in a derby clash a week tomorrow.

“The lads have trained hard recently and were ready for a game after a long lay-off.

“We wanted a game before going to Hindpool next week.

“The Miners have to forfeit their home game with us and come up in two weeks time; I can’t see that happening.”

Walney are currently third in the Division One table, but have not played since suffering a 36-8 defeat away to Haresfinch on July 7.

Their last home game in the league was on June 2, when they were beaten 30-12 by leaders Rochdale Mayfield A.