Poor weather had the last laugh in the Monday Premier Pennant competition, with rain washing out three of the round's five matches.
Games at Midlands, Creswick and Daylesford were all abandoned on Monday, meaning all 10 teams will take home eight points for the round.
Central Wendouree and Buninyong both secured victories which will not be recognised under league rules.
Rain wasn't enough to stop Central Wendouree which edged past Sebastopol with a two-shot victory.
The Kookaburras managed two rinks on the day but were unable to overcome Len Vincent's rink which laid the platform to victory with a 12-shot success.
Meanwhile Buninyong produced an impressive performance to overcome Ballarat Memorial Sports by two shots away from home.
Both sides only managed one rink a piece in the contest, while the third finished in a draw.
Keith Chapman's 18-shot triumph was the backbone of Buninyong's two-shot victory.
The loss would have marked the first of the season for BMS had one less game been abandoned.
It was the second time in three days a BDBD competition has been disrupted by rain.
The competition will resume as normal this weekend.