RUNCORN Sunday League's two Bridges were involved in the only matches to escape a wipeout of fixtures.
Division One's Bridge Boys edged out Royal Oak by an odd goal in five.
Meanwhile, Bridge Timber avenged an earlier league defeat as they knocked Premier Division rivals Halton Barley out of the Harry Tabb Memorial Trophy.
Rob Darlington scored twice as man-of-the-match for Bridge Boys whose other goal came from Scott Swales. Chris McKee and Max Skerrett were Royal Oak's targetmen with Alex Pill their star man.
Barley were always struggling in their Tabb Trophy tie after Bridge had struck twice in the first 13 minutes on their way to a 7-2 victory.
Kev Ward's cross was headed goalwards by Kev Patterson for the predatory Karl Thomas to nod home the opener from close range before Jay O'Brien's menacing run ended with Jamie Hill scoring an own goal.
Bridge made it 3-0 as Ward's 34th-minute corner was hammered home by Andy Gott at close range.
Timber captain Lee Turkington was instrumental in their fourth. His fine through ball sent Ward down a flank and his sublime cross was volleyed home by Thomas to cap the best move of the game.
In the second half Jay O'Brien continued to cause mayhem crossing for Thomas to flick home for 5-0 and his hat-trick.
Ged Bushell replied for Barley. But soon after Timber's Ste Coady had rattled the opposition crossbar from a free-kick, his side won a penalty.
Having been brought down, Ward stepped up himself to calmly sidefoot home.
Ged Bushell replied with his second from 25 yards but Timber MoM Coady wrapped up proceedings from a great Jay O'Brien free-kick.
Coady's half-volley flew home from 18 yards to complete the scoring.
Dave McLoughlin was in great form for the Barley in a good natured - and high-quality - tie, considering the heavy conditions.
It was excellently handled by referee Nicky Vaughan.