ONLY one Toolstation League fixture survived Storm Dennis’ relentless gusts of wind and downpours of rain at the weekend, with no local teams in action.

In the Premier Division, Keynsham Town held Bitton to a 1-1 draw – but Bradford Town and Westbury United were without a game owing to the poor weather.

Division One sides Calne, Corsham, Warminster and Devizes were also without a game because of the storm.

For Calne boss Ben Redford, Saturday’s postponed game at Hengrove came at an untimely moment given the club suffered two losses in four days at the start of February to Almondsbury and Radstock.

Town do have a mid-week Wiltshire Senior Cup game at home to Wroughton to focus on before Wincanton’s Division One visit on Saturday.

And Redford hopes to have a full list of players to choose from for the latter of those two games with the previously suspended Matt Hudson expected to be back in the XI.

He added: “We’re getting down to that nitty-gritty phase of the season now, and still have Sherborne, Longwell Green and Corsham left to play.

“Health-wise we’re looking good, it’s just a shame that we didn’t have a game on Saturday because we want to right our wrongs from the previous two games.

“We’ve only got four free midweeks left between now and the end of the season. So, we can’t really afford to be losing any more games because the fixture list is already stacked.”

Currently, just two points separate the top five teams in Division One of the Toolstation League, with sixth placed Radstock seven points adrift of table topping Town but with four games in hand.

Wincanton are a bit further down the table in eighth, but encouraging results against Corsham and Warminster since the turn of the year have granted Redford reason to be cautious ahead of kick-off.

He added: “It will be a tough fixture for us, as always. We’ve picked up a couple of injuries recently, and I’d like there to be a bit more depth.

“Things are working out well so far, though. We’re definitely higher compared to where we expected to be.

“But the gap between teams at the top is virtually non-existent, which means we have 14 huge games left.”

Elsewhere in Division One this weekend, Devizes host Portishead while Corsham welcome Sherborne.

Warminster visit Welton.