Farnsfield VIlla lead the Premier Division of the Newark Alliance with Rose and Crown Reserves ahead in the First Division and RHP Reserves dominating the Second Division in the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire competition
Sunday football games across the area were called off last weekend due to frozen pitches and poor weather conditions.
The Newark Alliance had planned to have several fixtures across all three divisions and a cup game take place and the matches will need to be rescheduled at a later date.
The competition is starting to open up as teams fight tooth and nail to make an impact on their seasons.
In the Premier Division, Farnsfield Villa are firmly in first place as they sit three points above the closest opposition with a game in hand.
The last game the side played saw them achieve a dominant 7-0 win over Bleasby 1sts in the Willie Hall Cup competition.
The side is yet to lose a game with the closest they have come to being defeated saw them draw in their first match of the season, 3-3 against Hawtonville.
In the first division Rose and Crown Reserves are doing their franchise proud as they lead the way.
However, hot on their heels is Collingham's Sunday side who have four games in hand.
With only four points seperating the top two sides, Collingham have a realistic chance of passing the leaders.
So far this season, the league leaders have won seven games, drawn one and lost two.
In contrast, Collingham remain undefeated as they have won six from six.
The Second Division sees a clear favourite having emerged after RHP Reserves have stormed ahead of all competition.
Ronnie Kennedy's side have opened up a seven point lead as they are also on an undefeated run having won all ten of their games so far this campaign.
The Three Gables are in second place in the league with The Duck reserves trailling behind them by three points.