The weather continued to frustrate last week with yet another weekend of football washed out. To make it worse, Tuesday night's training session for the Ravenettes had to be abandoned part way through due to sleet and snow.
It's been one of the wettest Winters for some time and it means that the games programme throughout March, April and May will now be hectic to say the least. Coalville still have 11 games to play from their scheduled 20 but there are teams that are in a worse position. Braunstone have 13 to play with the two Asfordby sides having 12 games each still to get played.
Sunday's game should have been at Hinckley but has now been switched to Owen Street due to Hinckley's pitch being unplayable. The game could still be in doubt as rain is expected on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Both Coalville and Hinckley last played a game on 2nd February. If the game is on on Sunday, it will be the first game in 4 weeks for both sides. Hinckley won their home game against Ashby 2-1 in their last game and Coalville were knocked out of the League Cup at the second round stage 2-4 to Asfordby 1sts.
Hinckley's away form hasn't been great this season with 6 games played and 6 lost. They have though scored 10 goals but conceded 37.
Coalville are at full strength with the exception of Amber Hylton who is unavailable and Kirsty Moore who is on the long-term injury list. The Ravenettes welcomed back Jemma Cook who trained on Tuesday for the first time in a number of weeks following an ankle injury. Manager Tony Moore may use the opportunity to take a look at one or two of his fringe players by including them in Sunday's squad.
Kick off is 2pm. All support welcome.