With all games involving Kirklees Sunday League sides victims of waterlogged grounds, the only Sunday game to go ahead was the FA Challenge Cup preliminary tie between Field Head and Deighton WMC.
Both sides are from the Heavy Woollen league, with Field Head sixth in Division Two and Deighton the same position in the Championship.
The game was switched from Bradley Mills to Leeds Road due to the pitch at Barr Street being unfit, although the weather was still awful, and a one-sided encounter was won 7-1 by Deighton.
Deighton controlled the game from the start and struck two goals through Darren Williams and Kadean Fogerty.
Dale Joy put Deighton 3-0 up before half-time and Head’s goal was constantly threatened for long periods.
Veteran keeper Andy McKinley made some brave saves as Deighton attacked.
One powerful shot from Jamie Pearson looked destined for the far corner of the net, but incredibly McKinley stretched to tip the ball around the post.
He could do little however to prevent four second half goals from Wes Stewart (2), Joy and Jamie Pearson from a clever flick on header from throw in by Oliver Kirkby.
Richard Taylor pulled one back for Head with the score at 4-0 in one of his sides rare attacks and Head might have grabbed a second but for a heroic save by Deighton keeper Sam Hopton from Dan Wright.
Deighton, who nominated Darren Williams and Jamie Pearson as joint men of the match, will now face KSL outfit FC Nightingale in the quarter-finals.