Uwdi Krugg will be spending whats left of the 2017-18 season visiting South West non league football grounds and taking lots of silly pictures.

Saturday, 31 December 2011

Knutsford v Gamesley POSTPONED

After what seems like weeks of relentless rain its no wonder lower league pitches resemble paddy fields from the set of Apocalypse Now. I got the call-off call from Wong Fat Chong at 12.30pm. All Cheshire League matches had been postponed. Apparently Knutsford FC were offering pleasure boat trips to nearby Tatton Park from where the centre circle had once been.
Another blank Saturday I'm afraid. There was little on offer Football League wise (without spending a shed load of money) and I don't like going to League Grounds anymore really, they don't let you take a proper camera in for starters, so 2011 ended on a wet, damp, miserable footing for 'Wheres The Tea Hut'. Surely these horrible gale force winds we keep getting and all the endless days of non-stop rain will have to give us a break before too long? The winter is a cruel master in this part of the world, it certainly is.

All the best for 2012 Tea Hut readers. Hope to get the chance of a non-league game soon.


Katy Cat said...

Knutsford is a really good visit - hopefully it's one for the diary when the weather gets better.

Happy New Year

Uwdi Krugg said...

Hope to get there this season Katy.

The Rambler said...

I do feel for you when I read your blog about the postponements that have affected the north west, as thankfully there were very little problems in the East Midlands yesterday.

Hopefully the weather will relent for yourself and fellow footy fans in the area.

Anonymous said...

There wasn't a lot left to be postponed in this part of the world thanks to almost no non-league games being scheduled for new year's eve, despite it being a Saturday. Very odd decision . . .

Uwdi Krugg said...

I totally agree, the lack of Blue Square, Evo Stik (apart from Durham), NWCL, NCEL & Manchester League fixtures for the New Years Eve Saturday was ridiculous!