THE snowy weather wiped out the non-League programme for Bradford area teams, with a flurry of postponements being announced today.

FARSLEY CELTIC have won three Evo-Stik League games on the bounce to move up to fourth in the Premier Division but they will not be able to extend that run tomorrow after their home game against Witton Albion was called off.

They will not have long to wait before they take on Albion again as they are scheduled to play them away from home a week on Saturday.

Evo-Stik League officials opted to postpone all Division One North fixtures this weekend, meaning BRIGHOUSE TOWN are unable to fulfil their home game against Ramsbottom United.

Sitting in a precarious position just above the relegation zone, Town will be hoping to pick up a much-needed three points away to Clitheroe next Saturday.

THACKLEY have confirmed that their Northern Counties East League at home to Garforth Town has fallen victim to the foul weather.

They currently sit 15th in the Premier Division and will now be looking to move up a few places when they travel to Barton Town on Tuesday – snow and ice permitting.

LIVERSEDGE sit just above Thackley in the table but with several games in hand over the majority of their opponents, they could be primed for a late surge up the table.

But they will have to wait until their game at Garforth on Tuesday now as tomorrow's fixture at Bottesford Town has been called off.

ALBION SPORTS were hoping to pick up three points at relegation-threatened Hall Road Rangers but with that game now postponed, they will have to wait until Wednesday to play again at home to Pontefract Collieries.

CAMPION were due to take on AFC Emley in Division One today but that game also fell victim to the weather, with the Huddersfield outfit's pitch buried under several inches of snow.

The Bradford club will be disappointed, as their form on the road has been excellent this season, but they have a chance to make amends at Ollerton Town on Wednesday.

Finally, SILSDEN were hoping to extend their lead at the top of Division One in the North West Counties League but have had their home game against St Helens Town postponed.

Their next scheduled fixture takes place away to Alsager Town next Saturday.

BRADFORD PARK AVENUE and GUISELEY had both seen their fixtures this weekend postponed yesterday.