The East Lincs Football Combination got underway again on Saturday.
Matches in all three divisions were played for the first time since October 31.
Prior to kick off teams held a minute’s applause in memory of former referee and league vice-president Albany Jordan.
In the Spectrum Print Division One, Cleethorpes Town A left Alford Town with a 2-1 victory.
The same result saw Louth Old Boys victorious at Keelby United Reserves.
Louth Town Reserves thrashed Grimsby Borough Development A 6-1 and North Somercotes United won 2-0 against AFC Holton Le Clay.
In the Philip Jackson Division Two, Marsh Rovers beat Louth Old Boys Development 2-0 and Scamblesby left North Cotes with a 2-1 success.
Suttom Rovers won 4-2 at North Thoresby in a game which saw the sides level 1-1 at the break.
North Somercotes United Reserves hit seven in the Brian Todd Homes Division Three.
They won 7-1 at Alford Town Reserves.
Elsewhere, AFC Grainthorpe won 2-1 against Market Rasen Town and Louth Town Cogs left Louth Old Boys FC Vets with a 5-1 win.
Philip Jackson Division Two: Louth Old Boys Development v Scamblesby, North Cotes v North Thoresby.
Brian Todd Homes Division Three: Louth Town Cogs v Burgh Athletic, Market Rasen Town v Louth Old Boys Vets, North Somercotes United Reserves v AFC Grainthorpe.
Spectrum Print Division One (KO 6.15pm): Cleethorpes Town A v AFC Holton Le Clay, Immingham Town Reserves v Keelby United Reserves, Louth Old Boys FC Alford Town, Louth Town Reserves v North Somercotes United.
Philip Jackson Division Two: Sutton Rovers v Susie Stars.