Ron Haynes and Warren Collins both hit hat-tricks as Bedfont Town went back to the top of Middlesex County League Division Two on Saturday.
After taking a 2-0 lead, Bedfont stopped playing simple football and started trying to dribble through the mud, allowing CB Hounslow United Social A back into the game with two set-piece goals.
But a sharp half-time talk from boss Jim Cushen put Bedfont right and they walked away with it in the second-half.
Ben Melhuish and Leon Austin were also on target as they won 8-3, with Haynes man-of-the-match.
The only other games which survived the weather in the Middlesex County League saw CB Hounslow United Social beat South Acton 7-1 in Division One (West), and Junior All Stars held 4-4 by Hilltop in Division Two.
* IT TOOK 120 minutes and 17 goals before Bedfont Sunday Reserves crashed out of the Ace Awards Cup on Sunday.
Trailing 3-0 at Langdon Park at half-time, Bedfont hit back with two goals apiece from Jason Kettles and Mitchell Osbon, plus a Charlie Baker strike, which saw the tie level at 5-5 after 90 minutes.
But the goal-feasts did not stop there, with a further seven strikes in extra-time too.
Lee Palmer added another double for Bedfont, and Calvin Stanley added his name to the scoresheet too, but they crashed out 9-8.
* CRAIG HANCOCK netted the winner from the penalty spot as Hampton Village beat high-flying Draytonians 2-1 in the West Middlesex Premier on Sunday.
Elliott Atiase had put Hampton in front, and Draytonians equalised before Hancock sealed victory.
Chiswick Griffin also made progress in the Ace Awards Cup with a 4-0 win at AFC Charlton Heston.
In Division One, Hampton Village Reserves came back from 3-1 down to beat The Under Achievers 5-3.
Stuart Fuller and Andy Badgery bagged a brace each, and an Enzo Maletta penalty rounded off the win.
Also in Division One, Kempton Park Rangers beat Meadhurst 3-0 and Wayfarers & Laleham Park thrashed Shirehorse 5-1.
Ashview drew 4-4 with Twickenham Rangers Reserves in the Intermediate, while AFC
Kingston won 2-1 at Barnes Albion and Three Kings won 6-0 at Sunbury &Hayes Park in Division Two, and London Falcons beat Surrey Celtic 3-1 in Division Three.
* LEADERS Carefree Athletic won 3-1 at Hanworth Villa Sunday A in the Chiswick & District Premier, while Gaffneys Rangers beat Duke Rangers 4-2.
Richmond & Twickenham beat FC Hatton 5-2 in Division One, while Zion Rangers were awarded a win at Ealing Commoners.
Bell on the Green Sunday won 4-0 at Transit in Division Two, while RBS beat Newton City 3-1 and Armenian Youth Association B beat Oisin Celtic 4-1.
Hanworth Villa Sunday B and The Fox progressed in the League Cup, beating Armenian Youth Assoc 1-0 and Duke Rangers 3-2.