A disappointed Ashley Cain admitted that there was no way yesterday's game against his former club Tamworth could have continued after a torrential downpour which halted play late in the first half.
"It was unplayable really, the puddles and the muddy patches stopped any form of passing or even running. Turning on it was impossible so I think it was the right decision by both managers to stop the game,"
"In a game of football you want to see the best team win, and I think there was a danger of a little mishap or mistake costing either team a result."
Cain has impressed at the New Bucks Head since joining United in January along with another former Tamworth team mate Jay Smith, and was anticipating a lively local derby before play was halted shortly before half time by referee Kevin Johnson.
"I was looking forward to today and I was glad that I had the chance to play," said Cain.
"It's not so much about proving a point, I like to play well in every game and it is quite important in front of your old team and your old friends, and the fans. You just want to, basically, put in a good performance and show what you can do and that's all really. Just get the three points and the result for the team that you're playing for now."
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Ashley Cain was talking to Nick Southall of Radio Shropshire.