READING City manager Simon Johnson said his side's Hellenic League Premier Division game at basement boys Holmer Green 'should never have started' following its abandonment after 20 minutes on Tuesday night.

The Citizens had taken a comfortable 2-0 advantage thanks to goals from Jordan Alves and Josh Blackwood, but a heavy hailstorm meant conditions worsened and referee Ed Hall decided to halt proceedings at Watchet Lane.

Eighth-placed City – who had previously had their home game with Longlevens postponed on Saturday – face a tough trip to high-flying Fairford Town this coming Saturday (3pm), before they welcome Flackwell Heath to the Rivermoor Stadium in the Bluefin Sports Challenge Cup on Monday night (7.45pm).

In Division One East, both AFC Aldermaston's games – at home to Kidlington Development on Saturday and away to Abingdon Town on Tuesday – were postponed due to the effects of Storm Dennis.

The Atom Men have another weekend off before returning to action at home to Langley on Saturday, February 29.

Woodley United host Thame Rangers on Saturday and Holyport next Monday.

GOALS from Stuart Moss and Dan Patterson fired Wargrave into the final of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup with a 2-1 victory at Aylesbury Dynamos.

They will face the winners of the semi-final between Iver Heath and Newport Pagnell Reserves.

All other fixtures involving clubs in the Thames Valley League – and the entire Reading & District Sunday League programme – were called off due to Storm Dennis

Mortimer got the better of top-three rivals S4K FC in their Thames Valley Counties Women's League Division Three South match at Larges Lane on Sunday, winning 2-0 thanks to goals from Louise Delaney and Beth Millican.

Mortimer, beaten only once in 12 league games this season, leapfrog the Bracknell-based team into second place with 25 points, five behind leaders Newbury Ladies Development with three games in hand.

S4K slip to third place with 23 points from 13 games.