ALL Welsh Premier fixtures were called off yesterday as the wintry conditions continued across Wales.
The near-wipeout of the league programme followed the postponement of Friday night’s clash between Connah’s Quay Nomads and Airbus UK.
The debuts of Nomads striker Chris Melia and former Manchester United midfielder Simon Davies for Airbus were scuppered when the fixture was called off following a 2pm pitch inspection at the Cae Castell ground in Flint.
The afternoon then brought a steady stream of postponements due to the snow.
The game at Aberystwyth, where bottom club Caernarfon Town were the visitors, was the first to go.
Cwmbran Town's pitch was under an estimated eight inches of snow, meaning the visit of The New Saints will have to be re-arranged.
Bangor City's trip to Caersws is off, while the Bluebirds' mid-Wales neighbours Welshpool Town were forced to call of the visit of Carmarthen Town.
Newtown were forced to call off their game at Llanelli’s Stebonheath Park as they were unable to travel due to difficult road conditions, with Haverfordwest unable to make it up to Porthmadog and Druids not able to make it to Port Talbot.
l ALL today’s games at Wrexham council-owned pitches were called off yesterday.