As you are undoubtedly aware, Amber weather warnings have been put in place for large areas of the country over the coming days and nights with the threat of severe snowfall affecting the UK.

The “Beast from the East” as it has been affectionately dubbed has already started to see games across Europe suffer postponements, and it is expected to have a significant effect on sports fixtures, travel networks etc in the next couple of days.

With that in mind, the sensible decision has been taken by Concord Rangers not to travel to Truro City tomorrow night. This is due to the significant risk that the journey will hold given the Amber weather warnings currently in place.

Concord Rangers Chairman Antony Smith stated “The health and safety of our fans, players and officials must take priority in this situation, and the decision to postpone the game this early is the right one for all concerned. Ultimately points and cost mean nothing when compared to life”

Officials here at Concord Rangers will be liaising with those at the National League and Truro City in an effort to make a decision regarding a rearranged date for this fixture as soon as possible