MOORE United retained top spot in the Frontrunner Premier Division of the Warrington & District League.
A double strike from MoM Sean Willott, coupled with goals from Ben Jones and Neil O'Dwyer, earned a 4-0 home victory over Downall Green.
Only nine fixtures survived the effects of the inclement weather from the end of last week.
Division Three's Widnes Bayer took the chance to move into third spot with a good 2-1 home victory over fellow promotion hopefuls Rainhill Town Res.
Jay Shaw and Adam Miveld netted in a hard-fought game.
Moore United Res returned from Grange SC Reserves after coming from two down for a share of the spoils in a 2-2 Division Four draw.
Paul Hall and Craig Moriarty opened for Grange only for Scott Taylor to head in from a Paul Bennion corner in the second half.
Taylor grabbed his and Moore's second late on.
Halton Borough's Jimmy Drink-water Cup home tie was abandoned after 79 minutes with visiting Cronton Villa 5-0 up.
The tie was marred by the broken leg sustained by Boro defender Rob Green in a three-man challenge for a loose ball.
Boro official Mick Millea said: 'The game itself was a competitive battle without any rash challenges or malice throughout.
'Players and staff from both sides wish Rob a speedy and healthy recovery.'
Villa's scorers were Simon Burton (2), Kevin Gould (2) and McEvoy. Boro had kept pushing forward but Karl Fonterigo and Neil Shaw sent shots wide.
Halton Borough Res were beaten 2-1 at Beeches in the same competition - but not before giving a very good account of themselves against Premier Division opposition.
Beeches got an undeserved winner three minutes into injury time - just as the referee was about to blow for extra time.
Neil Laws had opened the scoring for Boro from the penalty spot after Peter Jones had been bundled over.
But a second spot-kick was squandered by the same taker - his shot going straight at the keeper - but with the Halton team pressing for a second, Beeches countered to win a penalty of their own - for handball.
Dave McNally got a hand to the effort but could not keep it out.
For Saturday's 2.30pm kick-off games, all Boro players should meet for 1pm.