The Wizards have played one more match than Ponty, but the clubs have still to meet in a rearranged fixture at the Talbot Athletic Ground, but no date has yet been agreed for that match.
Rain, and very heavy rain at that, drove players off several pitches, but Blackwood restarted to beat Bonymaen 9-3, while Llanharan-Llandovery was abandoned and both Carmarthen Quins-Tredegar and Narberth-Tondu fell just seconds before their scheduled 2.30pm kick-off's.
Rumney had their own cup final at Treorchy and two second-half penalties gave the visitors the win, while Newbridge beat Whitland by 4-2 on penalties and Bedwas swept to 31-0 at Glamorgan Wanderers before conceding 17 points in the last quarter.
In Division Two, two matches were abandoned at half-time, but leaders Llangennech won 25-10 at Cwmavon, while UWIC jumped from sixth to fourth with a 115-0 win over bottom club Hirwaun, in which the former Wales under-21 threequarter Gareth Chapman scored six of the 18 tries.
Division 3 East leaders Penygraig won 22-16 at Builth Wells, while Croesyceiliog beat Fleur de Lys 21-14 in an all-Gwent encounter. In 3 West, Felinfoel were without a game and watched Cardigan and Cwmllynfell close up with narrow victories.
Gilfach Goch pulled off a surprise 19-14 win at Pill Harriers in 4 East, where Treherbert gained a good victory at Blaengarw and in 4 West the match between top clubs Bryncoch and Maesteg Quins was called off.
Newport Saracens clung to the 5 East leadership with a 13-10 win at Brynithel, while Nantymoel and Banwen both won at the top of 5 Central with Nantymoel remaining the only unbeaten club in senior rugby in Wales.
In 5 North, Nant Conwy were level 3-3 with Pwllheli when the match was abandoned and in 6 North Bala's 35-8 win at Rhos leaves them likely to be the first divisional winners of the season.
Referee Wayne Carter of Cardiff was injured in the pouring rain of a Bridgend Sports-Abercrave match that was abandoned when he was carried off, but he hopes to be fit again within three weeks.
Also in 6 Central, Abercwmboi swept on with a 25-19 win at Alltwen and Aberdare won away to Neath Athletic.
Division 6 East leaders Fairwater dropped to a surprise home loss against Bargoed and Cardiff HSOB edged closer by defeating Ynysddu 10-3, but Amman Utd threw the biggest shock by winning 12-6 at Trebanos in 5 West, where Llandeilo beat Glais 5-7.
In 6 West Cwmgors pulled away by defeating Neyland and Betws beat Llanelli Wanderers and in 7 East there was another shock as Llantwit Major failed to score in losing at Canton, while Llandaff North edged out Bettws 16-15.
Finally, in 7 Central it was last Tuesday that Cwmgwrach won 36-6 at Waterston Cross against South Wales Police to avoid all the wet weather.
This week there will be a Premiership match on Friday as Caerphilly entertain Llanelli and Division Two will have a match on Tuesday (March 4) as Abertillery hope to meet Rhymney.
Division One has seven matches on Wednesday (March 5) with Bonymaen home to Treorchy; Bedwas vs Rumney; Pontypool vs Llanharan; Llandovery vs Narberth; Glamorgan Wanderers vs Cross Keys; Whitland vs Blackwood and Tondu vs Beddau.
Tredegar and Newbridge look unlikely to play and Aberavon's match against Carmarthen Quins is off until March 21.