WOMBWELL Main are unsure if they will be able to complete the County Senior Premier Division season due to major issues with their waterlogged pitch.

They have played just two home league games this season, with 11 left to cram into the campaign which to finish on May 15.

Manager Terry Simon said: “It’s horrendous.

“We’ve had a ridiculous amount of rain but there’s something wrong with the pitch.

“I don’t know it’s a blockage or burst main. You can’t walk on it. It looks like a bowling green and as good as it’s ever looked but it’s like a marshland on about a quarter of the pitch.

“We’re getting people to look at it.

“We have contacted the County FA to ask if they can advise us.

“We have a groundsman who works on the pitch every single day.

“He’s scratching his head. I can’t see it improving in next fortnight.”

Simon is unsure what the future will hold.

He said: “I honestly don’t know if we can complete the season.

“We’re a grassroots club. We charge a few quid for the lads to play for us.

“If we hired an astroturf pitch it’s £100, for 11 games.

“It’s £110 for officials.

“The reserves have half that amount of games left.

“That is £3,500 to 4,000 just to complete the last month. We’re not in a financial position to do that.

“Do they kick us out of the league?

“I have no idea what they will do.

“It’s not just us.

“North Gawber and Houghton Main are in the same situation.

“We’ve been telling the league since October or November.

“It’s not meant to be a pun but it’s got to saturation point.

“There aren’t any more dates.

“We play Saturday, Monday, Wednesday every week for the rest of the season.”

Leaders Penistone Church reserves won 1-0 at home to Swinton Athletic.

Alfie Broughton scored.

Silkstone United won 5-2 at Caribbean Sports in their last Division One game.

That meant they finished second, having been promoted earlier in March.