Metfone C-League football was instantly forgettable. Prek Pra's 1-0 win over Rithysen was about as exciting as watching paint dry. Both teams were inept all over the pitch and showed why they are at the wrong end of the table. A tenth minute goal by Prek Pra's Ron Roya was the best bit of action, when he aimed for the corner of the net from outside the box and found the target, something his teammates failed miserably with another eight other chances, while Rithysen, especially Seth Kamel was clueless when through on goal on two occasions. It was painful to watch to be honest. The less said about the game the better, though it does give Prek Pra a glint of hope of escaping relegation. The 2nd match of the afternoon went predictably in Naga's favour early on with their top scorer Julius Oiboh finding the net after just 7 minutes with the easiest tap-in he will have all season long. Chhlam Samuth were finding it hard to cope with the all-elbows lanky striker but they perked up when Naga skipper Om Thavrak picked up two yellow cards, unluckily in my view, and was off for an early bath after just 26 minutes. That signaled the rain which got steadily heavier, covering parts of the pitch in surface water and making the last fifteen minutes of the first-half a mockery. Chhlam Samuth were upset when Sunday Ayodele had a shot blocked on the goal-line by Sun Sovanratha but Naga can feel very aggrieved when a finish by Chin Chom was ruled out by an incorrect linesman's flag. Someone needs to tell the official (Yien Kivatanak, who is normally a referee) that you can't be offside from a miskick by a defender. It was embarrassing. The 2nd half never got started as the rain came down in stair rods and despite two pitch inspections, there was no chance of continuing, unless they adopted water polo rules. Match abandoned and has been re-scheduled for Wednesday at 2pm. I got soaking wet going home too. Not a day to remember.