BRIDPORT have had their Toolstation Western League Premier Division match at home to Cribbs postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. 

It is the seventh time in 2018 that the Bees have seen a fixture called off. 

The Bees had been hoping to stage only their fourth match at St Mary's Field since the turn of the year, but will now see this match added to a dizzying catalogue of games still to be played. 

Boss Adam Fricker's men have a minimum of 16 games remaining this season - a figure that could rise should they progress beyond the quarter-finals of the Les Phillips Cup. 

In an earlier interview with Echosport, Fricker admitted there was "scope" for the league season to be extended, with his team facing the prospect of playing those 16 games in the space of just 46 days. 

Bridport next face Chipping Sodbury away in the league on Tuesday evening (8pm). 

Elsewhere, Bridport Reserves' Dorset Premier League match at Cockrams against Shaftesbury Town Reserves has also been called off after a pitch inspection late this morning deemed the surface unplayable. 

In the same division, both Dorchester Sports and Balti Sports have seen their respective matches against Swanage Town & Herston and Gillingham Town postponed. 

Meanwhile, Lyme Regis' fixture at Alphington Seconds has also been called off. 

Weymouth, Dorchester Town and Portland United's matches remain on.