Skerries took top spot with a comfortbale 4-0 win over Weston, moving two points of clear of Bray and taking advantage of Clontarf's abandonement. Hitman Alan Early banged in another pair with Brian McMahon chipping in while Ronan Gannon got his third of the season.
Weston, meanwhile, struggled to build on their mideweek win over Trinity and stay in midtable.
Bray 0 Avoca 0
Bray and Avoca provided the rarest of scorelines in division two, with neither side creating enough to deserve the points with the hosts losing their 100pc record. They were without James Hardiman and Xavier van Gaver as well as long-term injury victim Andy Macken while Avoca showed some decent falshes of play which suggest they belong slightly further up the table.
Clontarf P Navan P
Clontarf have appealed to the Leinster Branch this afternoon on Rule 85.E to have their game against Navan played to completion from whence the gane was abandoned after they had led 4-0 at half-time with Navan down to 10-men after Shane Dooley's red card.
The rule covers courses of action to take in the case of abandoned fixtures with a continuation given as one of five options. Tuesday has been mooted at this early stage as the date for completion of the game.
Naas P Dublin University P
Dublin Uni were another to be denied by the weather as they led 4-2 against Naas with the game entering its last quarter. Rare scorers Ben Hewitt and Jason Bryan will hope for a continuation - the former getting a hat-trick - to make sure their goals stay in the record books.
*Pictures courtesy of Deryck Vincent