A number of Sussex non-league games have survived the weather despite Friday’s deluge of rain.
Some matches were called off on Friday including Lewes at home to Wingate and Finchley plus both FA Vase last 16 ties involved Sussex clubs.
Eastbourne Borough's Conference south trip to Boreham Wood has been called off today following a morning inspection.
Eastbourne Town’s match at home to Herne Bay has also failed a pitch check along with Burgess Hill's game against Horsham at Leylands Park. Three Bridges away to Corinthian-Casuals are also off.
However, Whitehawk's Confernece south match at home to Farnborough has been given the go-ahead following a morning inspection.
Peacehaven’s match at home to Faversham Town in Ryman south has also been declared on, as has Worthing's game at home to Walton Casuals and Hastings United's visit of Merstham, subject to no more rain.
Crawley Down Gatwick will play away to Chipstead.
The County League division one match between Dorking Wanderers and Rye United has also been declared on, along with Storrington's visit of Saltdean United in division two.
Whitehawk v Farnborough
Chipstead v Crawley Down Gatwick
Hastings United v Merstham
Peacehaven v Faversham Town
Worthing v Walton Casuals
Dorking Wanderers v Rye United
Storrington v Saltdean United
Boreham Wood v Eastbourne Borough
Hampton and Richmond v Bognor
Lewes v Wingate and Finchley
Burgess Hill v Horsham
Corinthian-Casuals v Three Bridges
Eastbourne Town v Herne Bay
East Grinstead v Worthing United
East Preston v St Andrews
Eastbourne United v Morpeth Town
Arundel v Hailsham Town
Horsham YMCA v Crowborough
Lancing v Lingfield
Pagham v Ringmer
Selsey v Hailsham Town
Shoreham v Littlehampton
St Francis Rangers v Chichester
AFC Uckfield v Little Common
Bexhill United v Steyning Town
Broadbridge Heath v Mile Oak
Loxwood v Westfield
Oakwood v Rustington
Seaford Town v Wick and Barnham