ONLY 10 matches survived the rain but Halebank took advantage of their game going ahead by winning 1-0 at Moore United to shatter the hosts' unbeaten record in the Front-runner Premiership.
Benefiting were St Michael's DH who took the chance to top the division when overcoming Black-brook 5-4.
Grange Valley Amusements Division One's Halton Borough consolidated their return to form as 4-1 winners over Ford Res.
The home victory reversed the result form two weeks earlier.
Ford started the match with a much-weakened side due to work commitments and the annual shopping trips but put up a fight against lively Boro.
Keepers kept a shutout until the 35th minute when Gary Jones was freed by a slide-rule pass from Paul Withers.
The recipient beat two defenders and lifted the ball over diving Ford keeper Tony Poole.
Ford threatened more in the second half and were level after 55 minutes.
Kevin Moon played the ball through for Dave Curran to fire home through a crowded box into the corner.
This seemed to spur on the Motormen. But, on 60 minutes, Neil Shaw turned the tables with a 30-yard volley from the right which left the keeper helpless.
Ten minutes later, sub Anthony Sparks headed home from a Mike Colebrook cross.
Two minutes later Sparks repaid the compliment for Colebrook to tap in.
Andy Turner made an unlikely goalline clearance as Ford's centre forward turned away to celebrate while Poole had a couple of close shaves at the other end.
This Saturday, Boro first team travel to Runcorn Albion while the reserves entertain their Moorfield counterparts.
Both matches kick off at 2pm and players should meet at 12.30pm.
Division Two Rainhill Town Reserves stayed top as goals from Gibson and Bathgate earned them the points at Vulcan Reserves.
Division Five's Waterloo Wanderers had Chris Garratt and Matt Phoenix to thank for their goals in a 2-2 draw with Cronton Villa 3rd.
* Halton Borough holding their Christmas Disco on Friday, December 29, at Corporation Rec in Dundalk Road, (7.30pm).
Tickets at £5 each can be bought from Mick Millea or Dave Gates at the club.