South West Peninsula League Premier Division leaders Plymouth Parkway extended their lead at the top of the table to fifteen points as they cruised to a 7-0 Friday night victory away at Cross-Tamar rivals Torpoint Athletic.
The one crumb of comfort for the hosts though was a bumper attendance of 271 at The Mill.
Bodmin Town brought their fixture with Plymouth Argyle forward to Friday night at short notice and played their fourteenth league fixture – the least in the league – as they drew 2-2 at home to Argyle reserves.
Bodmin climbed two places to tenth with their point whilst the Pilgrims remain in second spot in the table.
The wet weather once again caused mass postponements with seven of the eight scheduled games on Saturday falling victim, but at least Godolphin Atlantic were able to get their game played as they switched the home contest with Ivybridge Town to the nearby Treharras School artificial pitch and were rewarded for their efforts with a 7-1 victory that pushes the Newquay based side up a place in the table to twelfth spot.