Posted by sean on December 26, 2010 at 6:09 pm in Bath City, Weather with No Comments

Boxing Day is traditionally a big event on the football calendar. However, due to the recent snow and freezing conditions, today’s match between Bath City and Newport County was unable to go ahead.

In an attempt to ensure City’s game against Forest Green Rovers, in just two days time, is playable, a number of Bath City supporters, myself included, crawled from the warmth of our beds and made our way to Twerton Park to clear snow from the pitch.

A few hours was spent with shovels and brushes and there is still more to do before Tuesday’s match. Hopefully Mother Nature, who caused this mess in the first place, will turn up the heat and get rid of some of the snow for us.

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