If rain is described as the perfect weather for ducks, then snow must be perfect for Swans as Newport Pagnell beat Sleaford 2-1 on Saturday.
While the majority of games in the country were beaten by the white stuff, the game in Lincolnshire survived, with goals from Daren Dykes and Jack Croxford enough to see the Swans home with all three points.
The victory though sees Newport remain seventh in the UCL Premier Division.
In the South Midlands Division 1, Saturday’s games were snowed off, but two games survived on Tuesday night. New Bradwell St Peter lost 2-1 to Amersham Town, while Stony Stratford Town also got beaten 2-1 against Kentish Town.
Despite the abysmal weather yet again decimating the whole of the fixtures MK Sunday League Fixtures Secretary, Jon Bradshaw is working tirelessly to ensure that all fixtures will be completed and is confident of an exciting climax to the season.
Premier favourites Willen may be six points clear with five games to play but two of those games are against closest rivals Santander and another against reigning champions Stony Stratford.
Coachmakers who have had a fantastic season appear to have the Division One title rapped up with New City Saints, Punjab and New Bradwell battling for second spot.
In Division Two RJ Fitness have proved to be a class above their rivals and have left them all in their wake.
The league is looking to expand new season and welcome enquiries from any potential new clubs.
Call League Secretary Richard Armstrong on 07961 801860.