Gordonians will use a second straight postponement as opportunity to rest their title-challenging squad.
Their proposed opponents today, Murrayfield Wanderers, pulled out of the fixture yesterday morning as they were unable to raise a team.
It came a week after Orkney were unable to travel to Countesswells, due to inclement weather affecting their plans.
While head coach Ryan Morrice is understandably frustrated with the circumstances, he accepts it is out of their hands.
Gordonians have led National 3 for the majority of the campaign and remain unbeaten from 10 contests. However, last weekend’s call-off allowed Newton Stewart to leapfrog them into top spot, with the Galloway outfit facing the long trip to Caithness today.
Morrice said: “It’s frustrating but there’s nothing we can do about it.
“Last week it was the weather and Orkney have a bit of a journey to make. If the weather closes in, they can’t get off the island.
“We’re giving the guys the week off training, to let the players recharge and refocus on the next block of games, starting away to Haddington through to Christmas.”
The Orkney game had been provisionally rearranged for a week today, however the club have spoken to the Scottish Rugby Union in a bid to have the game postponed, as both sides have players at Scotland’s game with Argentina.
Morrice added: “We have made the SRU aware and hopefully we hear at some point over the weekend. There are stand-by dates available in the new year so we’re not in the state of getting games arranged in May.”
If the postponement does go ahead next weekend, their visit to St Boswells on December 1 will be their next fixture.
Morrice does not believe the lack of games will hinder the early season momentum they have built up.
He said: “It’s hard to keep motivation at training when you’ve got no games. It’s unfortunate today is off but these things happen through the season.
“We need to see how we balance it out, whether we raise the intensity and physicality at our next training session to make up for the lack of games. But the guys have been good at keeping morale high.”