Gary Frost admitted that Boston Town’s postponed game at Oadby was a ‘blessing in disguise’.
The Poachers were due to travel to Leicestershire to face the UCL Premier’s basement side on Saturday.
But with Town suffering a series of injuries, manager Frost wasn’t arguing when he took the call to say the hosts were suffering from a waterlogged pitch.
“We were down to a bare 14, including Lori (Borbely, assistant manager. It was a blessing in disguise,” he said.
Jordan Nuttell, Duran Reynolds and Ollie Pinner were among the walking wounded this weekend.
“I know we have a backlog of games, but I’d rather go there with a full team and be able to give a proper account of ourselves,” Frost added.