MID Wales football and rugby has once has again been devastated by heavy rain.

This time it was Storm Jorge's turn to sweep across the region and wipe out a majority of the scheduled football and rugby fixtures.

With many of Mid Wales' sporting venues still struggling to recover from the devastation wrought by storms Ciara, Dennis and Ellen it means many clubs have not played for more than a month.

Guilsfield's match at Corwen along with Llanfair United's clash at Conwy Borough and Llanrhaeadr's meeting at home to Llandudno all fell foul of the weather in JD Cymru North.

However Penrhyncoch will travel to Colwyn Bay after Llanelian Road was passed fit.

Meanwhile Llanidloes Town will also host Four Crosses in the only MMP-NL Mid Wales League One fixture to survive the weather while the entire second division schedule was also wiped out.

The Watson Financial Mid Wales League South schedule was also washed out along with the JT Hughes Montgomeryshire League fixture list while only the Tregaron Turfs against Talybont clash survived in the Cambrian Tyres Aberystwyth League with the match switched to Aberystwyth Town's Park Avenue.

The Emrys Morgan Cup quarter final meeting between Guilsfield Reserves and Brecon Corinthians also fell to the weather.

It was a similar story for the region's rugby clubs.

Builth Wells' clash against Morriston in WRU Division Two West Central along with COBRA's meeting with Llangefni in division one North fell foul.

The division two North derby between Newtown and Welshpool and Llanidloes' clash at home to Rhyl were also postponed.

However Machynlleth will travel to Rhos in division three after their match was passed fit.