FARSLEY Celtic will go in search of a win tonight as they head to Stourbridge in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division after being frustrated by a postponement on Saturday.

The Celts were due to make the long journey to Workington but that game was shelved.

Stourbridge will also go into tonight’s encounter fresh after a weekend off as their game at Witton Albion was also off due to a waterlogged pitch.

Eight of the scheduled 12 fixtures in the Evo-Stik top tier fell foul of the weather.

Adam Lakeland's Farsley know that a win at the Glassboys’ War Memorial Athletic Ground would take them back into the play-off places, even though they have slipped to eighth following their inactivity.

The Glassboys trail the Celts by eight points and are 14th but have four games in hand on Lakeland’s men.

They are tough opponents as hbours Bradford Park Avenue know only too well.

Mark Bower’s Vanarma National League North outfit were drawn against Stourbridge in the FA Trophy.

The Glassboys drew 1-1 at Horsfall and completed their shock third qualifying round passage at the hands of higher-ranking opponents with a 2-1 win in the replay.

There was also much frustration in Division One North as half of the scheduled 10 games were called off.

Brighouse Town’s home fixture was not one of them but they may be wishing it was after they lost 3-2 to basement boys Goole AFC.

Vill Powell’s Town seemed to be cruising at 2-0 up just before the half- hour but the Vikings, who had not won away all season, completed a remarkable comeback.

Town took a narrow lead into the break after Aaron Martin had opened the scoring with a chip over the visitors’ keeper in the 15th minute.

Martin bagged his brace when he converted George Gomersall’s cross ten minutes into the second half.

However, two minutes later Carl Stewart cut the deficit with a superb free-kick, and Sam Colbear headed in the equaliser minutes later.

The Vikings had to be patient but they were rewarded when Declan Howe netted in the sixth minute of time added on to give them their first  maximum away from home at the 13th attempt.

Goole had picked up just two points from their previous dozen league games on the road and are still propping up the table.