BRIDPORT and Portland United have seen this weekend's matches postponed due to adverse weather conditions. 

It's the Bees' third Toolstation Western League Premier Division postponement in a week. 

The Bees were scheduled to play Chipping Sodbury Town at St Mary's Field, but the fixture will now be rearranged after an overnight deluge of rain saturated the playing surface. 

Portland United were due to face Amesbury Town in the Sydenhams Wessex Premier Division.

Today's postponement follows identical decisions for Bridport's home game against Bitton last Saturday and their Tuesday night game at Longwell Green Sports. 

Adam Fricker's men will not have played for 17 days by the time their next fixture -  a home clash in the Les Phillips Cup against Willand Rovers - arrives next Saturday. 

Bridport's last match was the 2-0 Dorset Senior Cup success over Weymouth on Wednesday, November 1. 

Portland United's next match will be in midweek away at Hamworthy United. 

Hamworthy sit one place and two points above Portland United in the Sydenhams Wessex Premier Division.

Today's other matches involving Weymouth and Dorchester remain on.