A HOST of West of Scotland Football League clubs have seen their fixtures for Saturday postponed - almost 24 hours in advance - as freezing temperatures strike Scotland.

Among the matches to have fallen victim to the sub-zero conditions is a tasty-looking West of Scotland Football League derby at Loch Park, where Glenafton were due to host rivals Cumnock Juniors in the Premier Division in what would have been Ryan Caddis's first match as Glens manager.

However, on Friday afternoon it was announced the game had been postponed "due to the adverse weather conditions".

Auchinleck Talbot's Scottish Junior Cup match away to Vale of Leven has also fallen victim to the weather.


❌Tomorrows game has been postponed due to severe frost Rescheduled dates for the tie to be confirmed #eppp

Posted by Auchinleck Talbot FC on Friday, 1 December 2023


And there have been early call-offs for other Ayrshire sides too, with Hurlford v Caledonian Locomotives in the Junior Cup and Kirkintilloch Rob Roy v Beith, Irvine Vics v Lesmahagow and Rutherglen Glencairn v Maybole all postponed on Friday afternoon - along with Ayr United's Championship clash with Arbroath at Somerset Park.