Overthorpe Sports stunned neighbours Thornhill Lees with a 4-1 win over the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division leaders.
Kristian Angus put Overthorpe two up before goalkeeper Liam Ward’s long range free-kick made it 3-0 at half-time.
Joel Clegg pulled one back from the penalty spot for Lees but Lewis Ward rifled in Overthorpe’s fourth five minutes from full-time to make the game safe.
In the only other top flight fixture to beat the weather, third place St John Fisher maintained their 100 per cent record after Rob Bordman (two) and Rob Hiscox netted in a 3-1 win at Woodman Batley Carr (Dominic Karimi).
Mirfield Town remain 15 points clear at the top of the Championship as they recorded their 13th consecutive league win with a 3-1 victory at Taylor.
Oliver Rounding, Sam Raymond and Adam Brown all found the net for Mirfield, with Ahmed Seedat replying for Taylor.
Mount Pleasant swapped places into second place with Woodkirk Valley after beating them 4-2.
Faisal Adam led the way with a hat-trick, with Ismail Loonat also on target for Mount. Carl Hackney and Matthew Moon netted for Woodkirk who slip to third.
Hartshead climbed off the foot of the table after Jack Baldwin (brace) and Kevin Elwick scored in a 3-2 win over St John Fisher Reserves (Dominic Simpson and Connor Kirby).
Navigation lead the way by two points in Division One after a Lee Bennett hat-trick, plus strikes from Bobby Campbell and Joe Carlisle saw them win 5-1 at third placed Ravenswharfe (Sam Hewitt).
Town Rangers lie in fourth place after winning 3-1 at Bay Horse East Ardsley.
Ross Hawkyard (two) and Ramon Clayton netted for Rangers, with Jonathan Osbourne replying for Bay Horse.
Dewsbury Westside climbed out of the relegation zone after recording a 4-0 win over Battyeford Reserves.
Cobras missed the chance to go top of Division Two as they could only draw 2-2 at Hanging Heaton Cricket Club.
Mark Boardman hit a double for Cobras, with Jamie Baulk and Sam Hetherington replying for Hanging Heaton.
Leaders FC Liversedge’s game fell victim to the weather, while in the only other fixture to survive, bottom side Batley Irish Nash earned a vital point in a 2-2 draw with St Ignatius.
Philip Irvin hit both goals for the Nash, with St Ignatius replying through Robert Smith and Lloyd Bonsels.