WELL, that’s it for the season it seems. The FA released a statement last week that from Step 3 of non-league downwards, the 2019-20 campaign was to end and all results would be expunged.

For ourselves, from a sporting perspective, it doesn’t impact us all that much, I guess. Witton were sat comfortably in mid-table with only a small chance of reaching the play-offs and fairly safe from the relegation zone.

However, for clubs challenging for promotion and titles, I can understand their frustration that the season may well conclude in this manner.

I say “may well end” because those clubs are challenging the decision, so it will be interesting to see what happens over the coming days and weeks.

From a sporting perspective again, it’s not the way you want a campaign to end. Of course, the ideal scenario would be to finish the season’s fixtures as and when possible, but there are other factors for clubs at this level which make it difficult to extend the season indefinitely.

Moving away from the season conclusion, and you may have read in the Guardian about the growing relationship between Albion and Northwich Victoria in an interview club chairman John Salmon gave to the paper.

The groundsharing at Wincham Park has been mutually beneficial for both clubs. It keeps Vics in the town, helps Witton financially and both clubs benefit from sharing the expertise of the grounds staff and maintenance teams who keep the stadium and pitch in top condition.

There may be rose tinted glasses when I say this, but Wincham Park is a superb stadium for non-league football. The majority of the viewing areas are covered, we have a fantastic main stand the length of the pitch, the facilities are excellent and it’s all kept that way by helpers from both clubs.

Some clubs in higher divisions would be very envious of Wincham Park, I would suggest, so it’s great that both Northwich clubs can enjoy this fantastic ground as their home.

I’ve been collating the story of the 2019-20 season for the club’s social media channels.mEach day, we will take a look back at each game which was played with some photos or videos to share with it.

It’s important to remember all the hard work and effort that went into the campaign from everybody involved; players, staff, volunteers and supporters.

Although the results might be expunged from the history books, the hard work was certainly put in and there have been some memorable moments, so we want to relive and share those again.

We hope that you Wittoners are keeping well and staying safe. All the best.