RAIN played havoc with the Devon League programme across all eight 1st XI divisions.
There was no play at all in any of the Premier Division games, meaning days off for Bovey Tracey and Torquay.
Second-placed Bovey were hoping to gain some ground on Exmouth by beating the leaders on the Maer, but remain 12-points adrift with two games and 44 points to play for.
Torquay were due to visit Budleigh Salterton looking for points in their quest to stave off relegation.
With no play possible anywhere the situation remains unaltered. Torquay are 19 points clear of Bradninch, who occupy the second relegation place. The two teams meet at the Recreation Ground this Saturday in a real 44-pointer.
There was some limited activity in the A Division, where Paignton and Brixham both picked up a bowling bonus point before the weather intervened.
At the other end of the table Plymstock had every incentive to play against Brixham as both sides are scrapping to stay up.
The only beneficiaries were Brixham, who picked up a bowling bonus point for reducing Plymstock to 41 for three in the nine and half overs bowled. Ollie Mullbery was 13 not out when play was abandoned.
Joe Hyde had two for nine and Craig Eaves one for 15.
Paignton's George Yates had two wickets for no runs in the derby date with Barton, which was rained off before the end of the fourth over.
Barton were five for two when the teams came off – all five runs coming in extras!
In the F Division there was enough action for Kingskerswell to clinch promotion as champions and for Chelston to regain second spot..
Phil Lacey had four wickets for eight runs to help Kerswell into bonus point territory against Cheriton Fitzpaine before the rain came down.
Nine points earned before rain stopped play puts Kerswell 51 points clear of Chelston and 57 up on Cullompton with only 44 to play for.
Chelston went back in front of Cullompton by racking up 209 for seven declared against Buclkand Monachorum – 14-year-old Kazi Szymanski cracking an unbeaten 110. Buckland were six for none when rain stopped play.