ONLY three Chester and District League matches survived Saturday's downfall.
In the Premier Division, Newton Celtic enjoyed a 4-2 win at Team Highfield. Ian Riddler (2), Darren Holmes and Matt Jones were Celtic's marksmen, cancelling out a brace from Adam Langton.
Warren Fowles was on the mark for Hoole Rangers as the Chester outfit lost 2-1 at home to Castrol Social.
In Group B of the Chris Courtney Williams-Tom Gerraghty Memorial Trophy, Cestrian Alex claimed a 4-3 home win over Helsby thanks to goals from Will Kelly (2) and Adi Gough (2).
In the Chester and District Sunday League, table-topping Lache enjoyed a 7-3 drubbing of St Theresa's in Section A.
A hat-trick from Paul Edwards, two from Eddie Shields and solitary strikes from Mikey Edwards and Lee Porter ensured Lache took the points.
Only a handful of fixtures survived the wet weather.
Debrella Mail maintained their unbeaten record and stay second after their 5-3 victory at Lock Vaults.
Lock were 2-0 up at one stage but Chris Herbert's hat-trick and goals from John Dowridge and Simon Broadbent kept Debrella's record intact.
Shell Swan narrowly beat Saltney Ferry 2-1 to stay third, Dave Carmen giving the visitors a scare with his goal for Ferry.
Highfield are top of Section B after annihilating Upton YC 6-2. Paul Joiner bagged two with Lee Coote, Ross Broadbent, Wayne Rigby and Adam Langton contributing to Upton's demise.
Dave Stockton fired home twice for St Werburgh's but it was not enough as Dee Rangers won 3-2.
Pace Telecom's search for a win this season in Section C continues after they were beaten by Red Lion 3-0.
MBNA have moved into second spot after Tom Wynne scored a brace and Black Dog struck an own goal to give the bankers a 3-1 win.