More postponed fixtures due to the wet weather last week has left Newton Aycliffe with an even bigger backlog of fixtures.
The Newtonians were due to play two home games last week, but they and Saturday’s away match at Dunston all fell foul of the weather.
That leaves Aycliffe facing a mammoth 10 games in 22 days to bring the 2015-16 campaign to a close.
It will be a hectic three weeks for Peter Dixon’s side, but whatever happens now they will be able to reflect on the most successful season in the club’s 50-year history.
As well as winning Durham County’s most senior cup competition the team achieved its best result in the FA Cup and FA Vase.
Aycliffe now have trips to Guisborough, Morpeth and Penrith before facing league-leaders Shildon at home on Thursday 28th April (kick-off at Moore Lane is 7.30pm).
The Sports Club bar and ground Bait Cabin will be open from 6:30pm. Admission £6 adults and £4 concessions with under 12s free if accompanied by an adult.