Sinnott hopeful of beating weather
By Ian Whiting �
Both Bradford Park Avenue and their visitors Brighouse Town are crossing their fingers in hope of tomorrow night�s West Riding County Cup quarter-final being played.
All of the club�s have suffered because of the weather over recent weeks but none more so than Avenue.
Tomorrow�s cup tie should have been the Horsfall Stadium side�s third game in five days but both Saturday�s and Monday�s games fell victim.
Matches continue to come thick and fast though and boss Lee Sinnott said: �There is a good chance we will get the game played and that will mean it is the first of three in six days so we are still in the midst of it.
�We play Boston United on Saturday followed by Ashton United two days later, all at home. The Ashton game should have been last Monday but it has been swiftly rearranged.
�It has been frustrating but all the clubs are suffering the same. At least tomorrow�s game has a much better chance than the last two.
�Obviously you have to take into account when there is a thaw that you get problems with water. With minus temperatures forecast for tomorrow and Friday we could be back to square one this coming weekend.�