WET weather has impacted Northern Premier League games for a second consecutive weekend.
Top-of-the-table Somerset has moved its under-18 and reserves home games to Wynyard to save its Cardigan Street ground for the senior clash against third-placed Devonport City.
Sharks spokesman Sam Cocks said the ground was still subpar but moving the earlier games would ensure the best possible surface.
"Last week we had some late withdrawals due to people going away and a car breaking down on the way," Cocks said.
"This week we have a full squad to choose from and this will allow two fresh subs as well.
"This is another week where we need to win and beating Devonport will eliminate hem from the title race."
The game between Riverside Olympic and Prospect Knights has been washed out, with the Windsor Park surface still unsuitable for play after games were called off last week.
Ulverstone's ground typically holds up well in adverse weather. The in-form Reds host a very young Launceston City.
Coach Lino Sciulli said with the exception of himself and Michael Frost, the team's oldest player was 20 and the youngest 15.
The game between Launceston United and Burnie United should go ahead at Birch Avenue. Launceston president Ian Dickinson said the club had not had a home game for a couple of weeks, so the ground was in relatively good condition.
FIXTURES - Riverside Olympic v Prospect Knights at Windsor Park (Cancelled); Launceston United v Burnie United at Birch Avenue (2.30pm); Somerset v Devonport City at Cardigan Street (2.30pm); Ulverstone v Launceston City at Ulverstone Showgrounds (2.30pm)
Bye: Northern Rangers