Last weekend saw six matches go ahead despite the poor conditions claiming the majority of games.
In the Premier Division, Holmesfield maintained their excellent recent form to move top of the table.
They disposed of Brampton thanks to a 5-2 victory at home.
Rob Camm grabbed a brace as the hosts romped to a 13th win of the campaign.
They now sit a point above Dove Holes, who saw their clash at Bakewell Town postponed.
Elsewhere in the top tier, Peak Dale easily swept past Youlgrave United thanks to a 7-0 home win.
That puts Dale up to third and within three points of Holmesfield.
They are set to visit Dove Holes next weekend, in a clash between third and second.
Also in the Premier Division, AFC Dronfield Woodhouse and Hunters Bar played out a 1-1 draw.
In the A Division, only one tie managed to beat the conditions, as Cote Heath went down to a 3-1 reverse at home to Baslow.
Despite boasting the leakiest defence in the league, Baslow managed to pull off an impressive win as they moved above their opponents, level on 11 points each.
In the B Division, Railway FC moved up to third with a 2-0 win at home to Eyam.
Bakewell Town Reserves held Calver to a 2-2 draw in the other match that went ahead in the third tier.
In the DCFA Junior Cup semi-final, Dronfield Town A overcame Hop Flower 2-1.