ANOTHER wet weekend yielded a virtual washout across Mid Wales football leagues.

Just one fixture survived the deluge across both divisions of the the Spar Mid Wales League with only one in each of the J T Hughes Montgomeryshire League, Watson Financial Mid Wales League (South) and Cambrian Tyres Aberystwyth League.

However it is not just the lower leagues fixture programmes which have been affected.

The J D Welsh Premier clash between Prestatyn Town and Barry Town United was called off as early as Friday evening as the North Wales coast club struggled against the elements.

Meanwhile the Huws Gray Alliance was all but a washout.

Guilsfield’s Huws Gray Cup clash at home to Holyhead Hotspur was postponed for a third time having already twice been postponed due to the Anglesey club’s ground being waterlogged.

A total of 31 fixtures have already been postponed in the Huws Gray Alliance this season.

The list remains some way short of the staggering 56 postponed fixtures of the 2012/13 season while 48 games were also called off in the league inn 2010/11 and 2013/14 with 46 in 2015/2016.

Just 10 games falling foul to the weather last season but the wet weather has ensured the league can expect further postponements between now and the end of this season.

Caersws have played just half their fixtures in the first seven months of the season and now face a backlog with 15 league games in the next 10 weeks.

A County Times social media poll held over the weekend asked supporters whether Central Wales should have more 3G pitches.

The poll included more than 120 votes with 48 per cent calling for a 3G pitch in Montgomeryshire, 23 per cent in Radnorshire and 19 per cent in Brecknock.