8 First Division games survived the bad weather and the fuel crisis and between them gave us 32 goals and 6 winners.
Croydon were one of those as they came from behind to beat Larkfield & New Hythe 4-1.
Tim Beckford got the equaliser, JP Rylah put the Trams ahead while Michael Campbell and Josh Owen sealed the deal.
Croydon are 4 points clear at the top and have scored more goals than any other side in the Division.
Stansfeld remain second and are still unbeaten in the league after a 2-0 success at home to Lewisham Borough.
Jack Carthy and Dan Parkinson got the goals for a Stansfeld side that also have 2 games in hand on the leaders.
Ed Mbango scored twice as Tooting Bec won 4-1 at Meridian VP. Bec are now in 3rd place.
In 4th are Bridon Ropes, who won 2-0 at Forest Hill Park.
Lee Friend got the only goal of the game as Snodland Town edged out FC Elmstead. It was the 10th league goal of the season for the striker even though he has failed to find the net in the past 6 weeks.
The highest scoring game was at Lower Road as Sutton Athletic came out best in a 7-goal thriller with Kent Football United.
Connor Evans netted a brace for Sutts, with Arlie Desanges and Sean Nicholls also on target.
Two games were drawn.
SC Thamesmead were held by Faversham Strike Force at Bayliss Avenue while James Jeffrey scored twice on debut for Staplehurst Monarchs in a 2-2 draw at Chessington & Hook.
A full list of scorers can be found on our Results page here
Lydd Town v Greenways and Rochester United v Westside FC were postponed due to the fuel crisis.