AFC Fylde A-A Maidstone United
A waterlogged Mill Farm led to the abandonment of AFC Fylde's National League encounter with Maidstone early in the second half.
Referee Marc Edwards led both sets of players off mere minutes after the resumption in wet and windy conditions, and both teams agreed the game - which Fylde were leading 2-1 - could not be resumed.
Sam Finley gave those in attendance something to cheer in atrocious conditions, driving forward from midfield and skipping past two defenders before slotting home in the 16th minute.
An unmarked Joe Pigott levelled proceedings nine minutes later but Fylde were back ahead just before the half-hour as Jack Muldoon got the final touch to Danny Rowe's shot.
It was the weather that had the final say, however.
AFC Fylde: Lynch, Francis-Angol, Tunnicliffe, Bond, Finley, Rowe, Muldoon, J Taylor, Grand, Burke, Edmundson
Subs not used: Jones, Stott, Smith, Blinkhorn, R Taylor
Goals: Finley, 16; Muldoon, 29
Maidstone United: Worgan, Nana Twumasi, Finney, Wynter, Anderson (Wraight), Hare, Lewis, Reason, Hines, Pigott, Sam-Yorke
Subs not used: Loza, Paxman, ter Horst, Taylor
Goals: Pigott, 25
Match report supplied by the Press Association.