Relegated Gomersal saw their hopes of ending their Premier Dividion campaign with a win get washed away.
Their match with Pudsey Congs was the only one in the division to get under way, but after 33 overs the weather intervened. Phil Carter made 71 as Gomersal reached 147-3.
There was no play at all in Championship One so there will be a three-way fight for the tile on the final day of the season.
Baildon, who are at home to relegation-threatened Wrenthorpe, have a ten-point lead over Morley with Farsley a further three points back.Morley's final game is at Bradford & Bingley while Farsleyface a trip to East Ardsley.
At the other end of the table, Methley take on Carlton at home while Undercliffe entertain Bankfoot. Methley currently have 187 points, Undercliffe 181 and Wrenthorpe 181.
Keighley are confirmed as Championship Two winners while Northowram Fields will join them in Championshiop One next season.
The only game in the division to see any action was at Great Preston where visitors Brighouse scored 267=4 in the 28 overs of play that was possible.
Waji Hussain produced the highest individual score with 168 not out, an innings containing 12 sixes and 18 fours.
Jer Lane have been confirmed as champions but who joins them in Championship Two next season will be decided next Saturday.
Second-placed Oulton currently lead Adwalto by eight point ahead of their clash at Adwalton on the final day.
Just two games saw play with Sandal reaching 119-4 at Crossbank Methodists thanks to 48 from Chris Gibson, while Hunslet Nelson were 81-2 against Windhill & Daisy Hill before rain halted play.