This season was always going to be difficult for Cheltenham Town after two successive play-off campaigns, which both ended without promotion.
But despite a bad start to the campaign and an ever-changing squad, the Robins are confident of flying up the table and mounting a another play-off charge for League One.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth reports:
With puddles of standing water on the surface & bad weather expected to continue, the ref took the decision to call the game off early.
Referee Iain Williamson inspected the pitch this morning, and decided that the match should not go ahead.
Young footballers from Cheltenham Town are being warned of the dangers of taking performance enhancing drugs.
Teams from the Football Association's anti doping unit are visiting youth teams to warn them that their potential careers as professional footballers could be ruined if they test positive for a banned substance.
In a threat to make all defenders wince, Jamie Cureton told ITV News West Country that he wants to continue playing into his forties.
The Cheltenham Town star, now in his 12th club, said he wanted to go on for "as long as my body lets me".
Following his record breaking 250th goal at the weekend he refused to say which of the 12 clubs was his favourite, but he did reveal a soft spot for one Westcountry team. But you'll have to watch the video to find out which one!
Jamie Cureton has been plying his trade across the Westcountry for the last 19 years, scoring goals wherever he goesRead the full story ›
I note that former #colu striker Jamie Cureton scored his 250th career goal on Saturday, 4 Cheltenham, from 718 games - a good goal ratio
The Manager of Cheltenham Town has praised Jamie Cureton's 250th goal of his career, but says he should have got it earlier in the game.
Speaking to the club's website Mark Yates said:
Jamie's goal was opportunism but he should have scored after the first minute and it turned into a bit of an air shot. Nothing bothers him though and he is a great professional.
Jamie Cureton scored his 250th career goal as Cheltenham beat DagenhamRead the full story ›
Bristol City have been drawn against local rivals Bristol Rovers in the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
It will be the first time the two sides have met competitively since 2007 - when Rovers knocked City out of the same competition in the two-legged area final.
England debutant Rickie Lambert scored the goal at the Memorial Stadium to send Rovers through to the final in Cardiff 1-0 on aggregate.
Cheltenham Town also have a West Country derby as they've been drawn at home to Plymouth Argyle - their opponents at Whaddon Road this afternoon.
Swindon Town received a 'bye' into the next round.
The games will be played in the first week of September.