ANOTHER weekend of postponements means the league now has a serious backlog of Cup games, which is likely to cause further disruption to the league programme next week as teams try to catch up.
Of the few games to beat the weather, Yorkshire Lions booked their place in the last eight of the Under 12 Cup when they got the better of title rivals Howden Clough.
Two goals for Carl David were enough for the Lions as Clough's only reply came from Kieran Briggs in a 2-1 scoreline.
Junior Collegians' inter-club meeting between the Under 12 first and second teams resulted in a 2-0 win for the first team thanks to goals from Wall and Joshua Wrigley.
In the same age group, Longcroft Lions kept the lower divisions hopes alive with a 4-2 win over Wakefield United.
Harrison Taylor and Adam Osterlein netted for Wakefield but a goal from Kristian Lee and a Smith hat trick were enough to see Longcroft into the last eight.
Goals from James Bootland, Anthony Ramsden, Aiden Donaghey and Jeremy Robinson (2) were enough to give Dalton Dynamoes Under 12s a solid 5-2 win over First Division rivals Linthwaite.
Back in the league, promotion chasing Linthwaite scraped a narrow 3-2 win over lowly Heckmondwike.
Two goals for Ashley Maude gave the Spen Valley side hopes of an upset but a hat trick from Joshua Kaye ensured the points to keep Linthwaite's title challenge alive.
In the Under 13s Longcroft Lions and Dewsbury Rangers were both hoping for a win to improve their Division III standings, but they had to settle for a point each when Connor Burton and Claude Dawkins goals were matched by strikes from Lions Luke Modeste and Jake Buroass.