Sussex football has again been badly affected by the weather but a couple of games are going ahead.
Horsham's trip to Chipstead in Ryman south is on together with Crowborough's match at home to Lancing in County League division one.
However, all others have been postponed.
Peacehaven’s match at home to fellow Ryman south promotion hopefuls Folkestone Invicta was the first casualty this morning following an 8am pitch inspection.
Lewes’ match at home to Hendon in Ryman premier followed suit after a 9am check following the latest downpour of heavy rain on Friday.
Burgess Hill’s match at home to Herne Bay is another victim of the weather along with Eastbourne Borough's match at Maidenhead in Conference south and Bognor's Ryman premier trip to Canvey Island.
Hastings United's game at home to Faversham was the last to go following an 11am inspection.
Eastbourne Town’s match at home to Three Bridges was called off yesterday evening.
Chipstead v Horsham
Crowborough v Lancing
Eastbourne Borough v Maidenhead
Bognor v Canvey Island
Lewes v Hendon
Burgess Hill v Herne Bay
Eastbourne Town v Three Bridges
Hastings United v Faversham
Peacehaven v Folkestone Invicta
Walton and Hersham v Crawley Down Gatwick
Chichester v Ringmer
East Grinstead v Newhaven
Hailsham Town v Arundel
Horsham YMCA v East Preston
Lingfield v Shoreham
Littlehampton v Dorking Wanderers
Rye United v Worthing United
Selsey v Hassocks
St Francis Rangers v Pagham
Midhurst and Easebourne v Eastbourne United
Bexhill United v Mile Oak
Broadbridge Heath v Loxwood
Haywards Heath v Westfield
Oakwood v Steyning Town
Saltdean United v Little Common
Seaford Town v AFC Uckfield
Storrington v Wick and Barnham