Notts County's streaming providers to issue refunds as Bromley's game at Meadow Lane called off 75 minutes before kick-off due to waterlogged pitch
Tonight’s Vanarama National League clash between Notts County and Bromley was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Meadow Lane.
A statement from the home club said: “The Meadow Lane surface had been playable before a deluge of heavy rain passed over the stadium in the early evening, prompting the referee and both managers to inspect the surface at 6:30pm.
“Our streaming providers have been instructed to automatically refund everyone who has purchased a match pass. Please allow three to five working days for the money to return to your account.
“A new date for the fixture will be arranged in due course.”
A Bromley statement added: “The Ravens departed Hayes Lane at lunchtime having heard good reports from Notts County earlier on in the day.
“The team arrived in Nottingham at 5:45pm but, following a 6:30pm pitch inspection, with Neil Smith in presence of the referee and ground staff, the decision was made to call the game off.”
Bromley rose to tenth-place in the table following their 2-0 home win over Aldershot Town at the weekend, four points behind Notts County, before tonight’s games kicked-off.
The Lillywhites travel to newly-promoted side Weymouth on Saturday, 6 February (15:00) and like other games at Elite football level will be played behind closed doors due to Covid-19 restrictions.
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