THE wintry weather decimated last Sunday’s Heavy Woollen Sunday League programme, meaning only nine games survived.
In the Premier Division the only game played saw AFC Chickenley win 7-3 against bottom-side Heckmondwike Sports Club.
Shaun McDaid led the way with four goals, with Ryan Simmonds (brace) and Danny Moffatt completing the tally.
Heckmondwike replied through a Blake Maude double plus a strike from Craig Bentley.
Championship leaders Linthwaite enjoyed a 13-0 win at Hanging Heaton Cricket Club after Jake Jayers netted a superb seven goals for the away side.
Linthwaite remain with a perfect league record as Joshua Shields, Don Johnson, Brad Riley, Stephen Wilkinson and an own goal left them nine points clear at the top.
Slip Inn Hounds lie in second spot after they won 4-2 at home to Battyeford, who replied through Matty Shaw and Daniel Paris.
Wellington Westgate recorded the day’s highest score, thrashing The Yorkshireman 15-0.
Marcus Paul, Jordan Parker, Adam Holt and Eliot Wilkinson all fired hat-tricks for Wellington, who also had Josimar Bradshaw and two own goals on the scoresheet.
The top two sides in Division One met and it was second-placed Saville Arms who triumphed over leaders Scholes Athletic 6-5.
Alex Shaw and Kieran Corley hit doubles for Saville, with Jordan Walton and Patrick Davies also on target.
Jonny Irving (two), David Blackburn, James Mortimer and Matthew Cheshire replied for Scholes who see their lead at the top cut to five points.
Roberttown Rovers lie third after Matthew Bolton (brace), Dean Vernon and Reiss Brook all scored in a 4-2 win at Deighton WMC.
Clifton Rangers Reserves climbed to fifth place with a 3-0 win at Ravenswharfe thanks to a Ben Simpson double, plus one from Conor Durkin.
With Division Two leaders Overthorpe Sports Club Reserves’ fixture with Dewsbury United falling a victim to the weather, second-placed Wire Works failed to capitalise, drawing 3-3 with Clifton Rangers A.
Andrew Wojciechowski hit all three goals for Clifton, but a brace from Richard Shooter plus an own goal saw Wire Works claim a point. Irfan Ali bagged five goals as Snowdon won 14-2 against bottom-side Wike Horse.
James Heeley and Imran Farooq both bagged hat-tricks, Atif Basharat claimed a double and Noman Hussain completed Snowdon’s tally.
Eddie McKay and Liam Platts hit Wike Horse’s consolation efforts.