Irish Premiership: Carrick v Dungannon match called off

Carrick's ground has been unable to stage matches in recent weeks despite efforts to keep the pitch playable

Carrick Rangers have suffered another postponement because of their ongoing pitch difficulties with Tuesday's game against Dungannon Swifts called off.

It is the seventh time over the last two months that Carrick have been unable to fulfil a home fixture at the Belfast Loughshore Arena.

The waterlogged pitch again led to Tuesday night's game falling victim.

Carrick haven't played a home game since the 2-2 draw against Ballymena United on 31 October.

The club's scheduled home game against Cliftonville on 12 January has been switched to Solitude with the fixtures between the sides on 29 March moving to Carrick's home venue.

The series of postponements has left Carrick three and four games behind all other Irish Premiership clubs.