THE Beast from the East may have moved on but its legacy could pose problems for the Blue Brazil in trying to get this Saturday's home game with Ladbrokes League 2 leaders Montrose on.

The heavy snow showers of last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday left Central Park with a covering of snow measuring more than eight inches in depth.

It meant that Tuesday night's game with Clyde was called off on Monday but there are still worries that the Montrose game might not be possible.

The increase in temperatures over the weekend and into this week have seen the snow depth greatly reduced but the melting process is generating a lot of water.

Manager Gary Bollan is just looking for a game after seeing three in a row called off.

He said: "That was very fierce weather and there was no way that football could have been played in that.

"However, things are getting better so hopefully by Saturday our pitch will be playable.

"It is a difficult game but we drew with Montrose at Links Park, when we kept errors to a minimum so we need a repeat of that on Saturday."

A bid to remove the snow off the park wasa started yesterday (Thursday) and around 25 per cent was removed. Efforts will continue to day.

Meanwhile a big week awaits Cowdenbeath. They play Edinburgh City on Tuesday at Ainslie Park (7.45pm) and then Elgin City at Central PArk next Saturday.

By winning both of these games they could give themselves a real chance of avoiding the play-offs.