Weymouth’s National League South game at Hemel Hempstead Town has been postponed because of international call-ups.
The Terras had been due to travel to fourth-placed Hemel Hempstead next weekend on Saturday 16th November.
National League sides are allowed to postpone their games if they have three or more players called up by their countries at senior or under-21 level during an international break.
After three of their players were called up to international duty, the Tudors have been given permission by the National League to postpone the game.
Ricardo German and Tyrone Sterling have been called up by Grenada, while Craig Braham-Barrett has been picked by Montserrat.
Mark Molesley’s fifth-placed Terras already have a game in hand on many teams in the division, after last weekend’s trip to Billericay Town was postponed because of damage to the pitch at the New Lodge.
A new date will be announced in due course.