Biggleswade game called off

PUBLISHED: 17:02 25 February 2014 | UPDATED: 14:40 27 February 2014

Peter Dean was in line for a start on Tuesday in John Frendo's absence. Picture: Leigh Page

Peter Dean was in line for a start on Tuesday in John Frendo's absence. Picture: Leigh Page

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St Albans City’s game against Biggleswade has been called off.

The teams were scheduled to meet at the Carlsberg Stadium tonight (Tuesday) but the pitch failed a 4pm inspection.

It is the second time the game has been postponed after the original match on New Year’s Day was called off.

John Frendo was due to start his three-match ban tonight; the beginning of his suspension will move to Saturday’s game against Truro City at Clarence Park. He will also miss the Corby Town and Stourbridge games.

James Comley was also due to sit out tonight’s game with a one-match ban; he will now miss the Truro game.


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