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bog

A quagmire covered with grasses, wet, spongy ground; a small marsh or plant community on moist, acidic peat.

bog

an area of peat formation, typically in upland situations, which supports an extremely OLIGOTROPHIC vegetation. See FEN.
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Coming into the North Wales League I was told by a lot of people that when the weather turns worse in December, January and February a lot of teams tend to maul the ball forwardwiththe pack as the pitches get heavier and boggier," said Cameron-Lyle.
The water-table in Coventry used to be higher than today, and the flat land around here would have been wetter and boggier.
Walsall, in racing parlance, are a top-of-the-ground side but Delves Road is one of the fourth division's boggier tracks and on it on Saturday they are due play Kendal, the league's most renowned mud lovers.