TORRENTIAL rain last weekend washed out the entire cricket fixture list for the first time this season.
In the Birmingham & District Premier Division Knowle & Dorridge were hoping to close the gap on leaders Barnt Green but as with every other league game, their match with Kidderminster Victoria fell victim to the weather.
They face second-placed Walsall at Station Road tomorrow knowing that a win will see them leapfrog the reigning champions.
Moseley could do K&D a huge favour if they beat leaders Barnt Green at the Douglas Ground.
In the First Division, Dorridge travel to Cannock and Berkswell could move back into the promotion places if they beat Aston Unity at Meeting House Lane in the Second Division.
In the Boundary Sports Warwickshire League, Division Two strugglers Marston Green must start winning if they are to avoid the drop. Tomorrow they face high-flying Streetly.
In Division Three, Hampton & Solihull line up against local rivals Knowle & Dorridge at Marsh Lane with the away side hoping to consolidate their promotion place.
Second-placed Division Four side Knowle Village travel to mid-table Five Ways Old Eds and title-chasing Solihull Municipal will return to the top of Division Five if they beat leaders Newbold.
Tanworth-in-Arden and Henley-in-Arden are all but relegated from the Premier Division as they trail Earlswood by more than 60 points with just three games remaining.
Catherine-de-Barnes must beat leaders Elmley Castle if they are to stand a chance of winning promotion to the top flight while in-form Rowington can wrap up promotion to the First Division if they beat FISSC and third-placed Chipping Campden lose their match.
If Dorridge & Hockley Heath maintain their fine recent form they could sneak out of the Fourth Division at the expense of Bretforton II or Bearley who face each other on Saturday.
The Grove Lane side travel to Norton Lindsey II.