Port Talbot Town's first team fixture at Taff's Well has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The rearranged date for the Welsh Cup First Round tie will be announced in due course.
Port Talbot Town manager Paul Evans has advised he's excited with the prospect of having new signings Lewis Holmes and Jack Hurley on board for the rest of his side's Welsh League Division One campaign.
The new signings come during a period where the Blues' league form appears to have stabilised,
Port Talbot Town return to Welsh Cup action on Saturday with an away fixture at Taff's Well in Round One of the competition.
The Blues emerged 1-0 victors when the Wellmen visited the Genquip Stadium last weekend. A 9-man Port Talbot side picked up a late win following a 90th minute
Port Talbot Town have signed 17-year-old centre-midfielder Jack Hurley from local rivals Afan Lido.
During his time at Lido, Hurley quickly managed to cement his place as a solid face in the club's midfield offering.
Blues boss Paul Evans has said the youngster will play a vital part in the rebuilding of