TAUNTON Town had their third home match in a row postponed due to a waterlogged pitch on Tuesday (February 20).

After another week of poor weather in Somerset, the pitch has been unable to recover and was deemed unplayable.

The has caused concern for supporters of the club, and indeed brings a larger financial burden on the club itself.

In a statement, the club said: "The condition of the pitch and inability to complete fixtures is a serious concern."

And the Taunton Town Supporters Trust added: "Another home match abandoned means no income for the club at a time when we really need it.

"Now is the time to get behind the team, behind the management, behind the directors, behind the club! The Taunton Town Independent Supporter's Association (TTISA) are committed to do everything in its power to do just that - but we need your help!"

To donate to the Supporters Trust, you can visit their GoFund Me page which will see 100% of funds go to the club.

Visit https://gofund.me/75663d35 to donate now.

Following the departure of Chris MacLeod as interim chairman of the Taunton Town Supporter's Trust, membership secretary Nick Rickards has agreed to step up and take on the role of Chairman.

Nick, who is also the club stadium announcer, said: "I'd like thank Chris for all the hard work he has put into setting up the Association. I am pleased to be allowed to guide the Association to the next stage. I have lots of ideas for making money for the club and getting fans to engage, but now the hard work begins."