Fort William have switched two further Highland League fixtures away from Claggan Park.
Their games against Deveronvale on Saturday and Brora Rangers next Wednesday will now be played at the home grounds of their opposition, after originally being scheduled for Fort William.
The inclement weather and pitch conditions had already prompted them to reverse the venues for games against Lossiemouth last month and Forres Mechanics this evening, to Grant Park and Mosset Park respectively.
Calum MacLean, the Lochaber club’s manager, had already stated his desire for the club to not have any more games switched away from their home venue.
Fort still have 13 league games to play this season – nine fewer than Lossie, the team directly above them in the table.
Their game against Nairn County at Claggan Park was postponed on Saturday but the home fixture against Strathspey Thistle on March 4 went ahead as planned.
The Lochaber outfit are also scheduled to be at home to Huntly on March 21.