The regular season hasn't even started but Football South Coast officials have been forced into programming changes to clear a backlog of fixtures in their annual pre-season competition.
For the second year running, the Fraternity Club Cup has bore the brunt of the weather, with the final likely to be pushed back until March 24.
All round two fixtures were washed out over the weekend leaving some sides without a game in the pre-season competition. A host of first-round matches were also postponed.
Organisers have now pencilled in the Fraternity Club Cup grand finals to be played a week later than anticipated - even though the weekend has been set aside for the start of the Bert Bampton Cup.
"The round two fixtures scheduled for the weekend just gone, which we lost, will be played this coming weekend and the round three fixtures will go back a week," FSC men's football co-ordinator David Naylor said.
"The Bampton Cup will stay as it is at the moment, but anyone involved in the Frat Cup final on the Sunday can postpone their game.
"I suspect a fair few of those Bampton Cup games will still go ahead on the Saturday."
Several round one catch-up Fraternity Club Cup clashes are to be played tonight, with the District League fixtures at 6pm.