KIRKBURTON remain in the West Riding County Amateur League relegation mire after a 2-0 home defeat by Albion Sports.
The new Premier Division leaders from Bradford had Andrew Atkinson and experienced former Guiseley player Simon Parke on target.
Albion are now a point ahead of Wibsey and six ahead of Marsden with a game in hand on both.
Huddersfield’s defending champions Bay Athletic are fourth, nine points behind Albion with three games in hand.
Both Meltham, due to visit Lower Hopton, and Storthes Hall, at home to Campion, had hoped to collect further points in their fight against the drop, were both frustrated by postponements.
Storthes Hall are through to the Premier Division Cup semi-finals after a 3-2 extra-time win over Hall Green United at Emley.
Matthew Marsden put the Wakefield side ahead after 10 minutes.
But Richard Lally’s header set up Matt Mulvihill for an equaliser.
Jamie Miller was narrowly wide before Lally’s 25-yard shot was tipped over.
Sean Jesson put Hall Green back in front with a 52nd-minute penalty after Richard Bray was ruled to have handled.
But Storthes Hall levelled on 57 minutes when Mulvihill turned Andy Haigh’s free-kick across the face of goal, where Alex Slack finished off.
Dion Smith was denied by a good save, but the Huddersfield side sealed victory with a goal late in the first period of extra time.
Mulvihill’s astute pass beat the defence to send Lally clear and he picked his spot with aplomb.
Bay Athletic Reserves remained firmly top of Division II by beating Golcar United 10-1. Karl Jones got a hat trick.
Storthes Hall Reserves went down 3-0 at Campion while Kirkburton lost 5-2 at Rawdon OB.