The weather wreaked havoc again in the South West Peninsula League on Saturday.
Plymouth Argyle reserves were fortunate they had a Friday night game but they were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Camelford at Coach Road with the visiting Camels earning a precious point away at a Pilgrims side who sit in second place in the table.
On Saturday, in the Walter C Parson Cup, Godolphin Atlantic are the first side through to the semi-finals after they beat East Division leaders Newton Abbot Spurs 2-1 in Newquay.
The visitors had taken the lead with the G only forcing extra-time with a late leveller before going on to score the winner during the additional 30 minutes.
The G will have to wait to see who they will meet in the last four.
Three Premier sides were involved in the Cornwall County Cup quarter-finals but only one, Saltash United, are through to the last four.
The Ashes had a 6-1 win at home to fellow Premier outfit Sticker, whilst Newquay lost 0-5 away at West Division outfit Mousehole.