IT IS a frustrating time for all followers of junior football with the weather constantly interrupting the programme.
Yet again it was snow which caused the damage with only a handful of fixtures going ahead throughout Scotland.
Unfortunately for Arbroath Vics their league match at home to Blairgowrie was one of the many that fell victim to the weather.
Despite Arbroath again having escaped most of the snow, there was still a sufficient amount of it in the Cairnie area to leave a covering on Ogilvy Park, rendering the surface unplayable.
Tomorrow (Saturday), Vics will be hoping for better luck when they again try to get the match against Blairgowrie played at Ogilvy Park.
And with the temperatures at last having risen, it will hopefully go ahead at the third attempt.
Kick-off is at 1.45 p.m.
Winners of the 150 Club draw for the past two weeks were: £10 - No. 14, Steve Florence; £10 - No. 17, Liam Campbell; £5 - No. 24, Arthur Walker; and £5 - No. 89, Ricky Goodwin.
ARBROATH FC will be holding their annual Sportsman’s Dinner on Friday, April 5, in the Meadowbank Inn.
Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Des McKeown with speakers being Donald Findlay QC and former Nottingham Forest and Leeds United footballer Duncan McKenzie.
The evening starts at 7.30 p.m. and tickets are priced at £40.
For more information or to book tickets call Malcolm Fairweather on 07770663928 or contact the Gayfield office on 01241 872157.
Annual general meeting called
LETHAM Grange Golf Club invites members to attend their annual general meeting on Tuesday (February 5) in the Meadowbank Inn.
It gets under way at 7.30 p.m.