How to find out if your local Sussex County Football League team’s game is still on for tomorrow

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Games are already being called off in the Sussex County Football League as the freezing weather continues to grip Britain.

Peachehaven’s Division One game away to Hassocks has been postponed. The Mid Sussex club’s Twitter feed posted a mildly ironic post at around 11am this morning. saying: “In a shocking turn of events tomorrows visit of @PT_FC to the Beacon has been postponed.”

Ringmer FC’s game away to Lingfield has also been postponed, as confirmed by the Blues website earlier today. Their home reserve game against Seaford Town has also been called off according to the Ringmer website.

There has been no news as yet on the likelihood of AFC Uckfield’s home game with Lancing going ahead. For any news visit the club website at http://afc-uckfield.co.uk

In Division Two, Hailsham Town are due to face Wick at the Beaconsfield. Visit the club’s website www.pitchero.com/clubs/hailshamtownfc for any news on that game’s status.

Likewise visit www.stfc.org.uk for details of Seaford Town’s scheduled Brighton Charity Cup second round clash with Crowborough Athletic.

Newhaven are due to host Hurstpierpoint in Division Three tomorrow. Bearing in mind Fort Road was the only venue in the county league to get a game on last weekend, when the Dockers Reserves took on Southwick, hopes may rise for that game. Check the club’s website at www.newhavenfc.co.uk for any details or follow @NewhavenFC on Twitter.

And Uckfield Town are due to play Forest in Division Three. Check that game’s status at www.pitchero.com/clubs/uckfieldtown or http://forestfc.hitssports.com/default.aspx

Saltdean United are scheduled to entertain Roffey in Division Three tomorrow. As the Tigers’ website has been dormant since last summer it is highly unlikely that any news will be reported there. So for any details on the likelihood of that game going ahead, our best recommendation is to visit www.roffeyfc.co.uk or phone the host club itself.