Auchinleck Talbot manager Tommy Sloan says he is doubtful the West of Scotland Football Leagues will be played to full completion this season.

The WoSFL have seen several postponements in fixtures due to a variety of reasons ranging from the weather to COVID-19 outbreaks in squads.

Alongside that they have been unable to play for almost a month when the SFA declared a suspension to all football below the Scottish Championship at the start of January.

Talbot announced in October last year they would not be playing in the inaugural season of the WoSFL due to safety concerns, a decision Tucker now thinks looks like a good choice.

“It’s not been nice not being involved when teams were playing and we weren’t, it didn’t feel like the right call then.

“Obviously now however, it looks doubtful that they will be able to finish the season.

“We made a decision that was not to do with one or two people it was the whole club… was it the right decision, it probably was.

“When the SFA are asking you if you want to play or not that kind of answers the question.”

Despite nothing happening on the park this season at Talbot there is plenty going on off it.

In recent weeks, the club has created a medical room within the recently refurbished groundsman’s workshop building as well as completing the AstroTurf installation on the remaining trackside.

The club also announced the return of former player Willie Boyd who has moved back into the area after leaving the club in 2016 due to work commitments.

The midfielder won the Scottish Junior Cup with the club in 2016 when they beat Musselburgh in the final and Sloan says he is delighted to get the 27-year-old back at Beechwood Park.

He told the Chronicle: “He was a good player for us and one I always liked … I have no reason to think he will be any different to when he was at the club when he was younger.

“Hopefully, he is a ready-made player for us and if he is, I’m sure he will do well.”