Only three Watford Sunday League matches managed to survive Storm Dennis at the weekend, two in Division One and the other in Division Three.

Maple Cross defeated AFC Leavesden 6-2 in Division One to cut the gap on leaders Everett Rovers to just two points, although they have played a game more.

Dean Brownsell gave Cross an early lead with a shot from 12 yards out but straight from the restart Elijah Kefas equalised when he fired the ball under the Cross keeper following a one-two.

Tom Horton restored the lead for the visitors before Nathan Davis converted a penalty to make it 3-1 to Cross, only for Kefas to score his and his team’s second of the game just before the break.

Leavesden put their opponents under pressure after the interval, but they failed to take several good chances and paid the price when they were caught by a counter-attack and Davis netted his second of the match.

That broke Leavesden’s resistance and Jordan Woodcock added the fifth before Horton SCORED his second late on to complete the victory.

FC Woodside beat Cassiobury Rangers 4-2 to move up to seventh, although it remains very tight with just four points separating them and second-bottom Langleybury CC.

Woodside could only field the bare 11 men, but they went ahead early on thanks to a Sam Williams half-volley.

Both sides then had goals disallowed before Nathan Gullin double the home side’s lead with a shot from close range.

Tom Dettmer struck a curling shot to make it 3-0 in the second half and soon after he scored his second with a tap in.

Cassiobury railed late on and halved the deficit with goals from Joe Mortimer and Corum Chase.

The only Division Three game to be played saw Skyline enjoy an emphatic 10-1 win over RBL Croxley.

Hopes of the title look to have to gone, with leaders Sun Sports holding a 14-point lead, but Skyline remain in pole position to secure the runners-up spot.

Shoaib Ali netted four times to take his tally for the season to 21 goals, Laurence Manning also struck a hat-trick and Micah Burton, Amir Khan and Jordan Austin weighed in with one apiece.

The size of the victory further boosted Syline’s goal difference, which is far superior to the two sides chasing them down for second spot, Woodside Wanderers and SOCA.

Phil Molloy scored the consolation goal for RBL.