Last Saturday’s JCT600 Bradford League programme was decimated by heavy rain, with just four first team matches seeing any play.
Division Two leaders Morley travelled to New Popplewell Lane for a top-of-the-table showdown against Scholes but only two overs were possible.
Yasir Ali and Christian Jackson bowled a maiden apiece before play was halted.
Baildon closed the gap on second placed Scholes to 25 points and the top three sides all have six games remaining.
Baildon clinched a five-wicket win at Yeadon as they chased down a score of 115-4 with one ball to spare in a game reduced to 22 overs per side.
Captain Simon Bailey hit an unbeaten 57 as Baildon earned themselves 12 points on a day when their rivals were frustrated by the rain.
Oliver Halliday took 3-55 for Yeadon but could not save them from defeat.
Damon Gormley (38no) top scored for Yeadon, while Waqas Maqsood (3-38) was the pick of the Baildon bowlers.
Bankfoot recorded an 84-run win over Windhill in the only other completed match in Division Two.
Nigel Hanson took 5-21 and Hissan Ahmad (4-23) as Windhill were bowled out for 48 in reply to Bankfoot’s 132-7 in a 25 overs contest.
There was even more frustration in Division One where play was possible in just one much, where bottom side Saltaire earned a four-wicket win over Pudsey Congs.
Saltaire remain at the foot of the table but they have cut the gap to second-bottom Farsley to 19 points with five games to play.
Joe Greaves top scored with 35 as Congs made 128-6, with Adil Mustafa taking 3-39.
Asif Ayub (48) and Amer Ayoub (32no) steered them to victory with five balls to spare in a 24-over contest despite the efforts of left-arm spinner Nick Lindley (3-25).
With no play possible elsewhere, Pudsey St Lawrence remain 12 points clear of Woodlands at the top.
Cleckheaton are a further four points back, with Hanging Heaton 20 points off the top.