LEAMINGTON’S stuttering Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division play-off bid was frustrated by the weather on Saturday.
Sixth placed Brakes, who are without a league win in seven games, were due to visit Bedford Town but the clash, like the entire non-league programme fell victim to a frozen pitch.
Brakes are due to entertain rock-bottom Swindon Supermarine this Saturday (3pm).
Manager Paul Holleran has strengthened his squad by signing left-sided midfield player Lee Chilton from Halesowen Town plus young goalkeeper Lewis Fenney on a dual registration.
Holleran said: “I have tried to sign Lee on two or three occasions over the years without success. He has got pace, can score a goal and I firmly believe he is someone who can make the step up. He is the type of player we need at the moment.
“Lewis Fenney has a good pedigree for a young lad having previously been at Cheltenham Town and Cambridge United. He has also signed forms for Rushall Olympic in the Evo Stik Northern and I am looking at him to provide competition for Nathan Vaughan.”
Goalkeeper Lee Evans remains a registered Brakes player although he is currently playing for his local side Walsall Wood.
Meanwhile, Brakes have been drawn at home to West Bromwich Albion in the Birmingham Senior Cup semi-finals.
The tie must be played on or before Saturday, March 10.
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