A superb stand between Shazad Hassan and Greg Keywood looks to have given Warley a slight advantage in their Parish Cup quarter final with Halifax League champions Jer Lane.
That match and the other three last-eight contests will resume next Sunday after late afternoon rain washed out play yesterday.
The tie of the round was at Warley, who were 18 for three before a 150-plus partnership between Shazad (98) and Keywood (80) propelled them to a total of 232.
Lane bowled well at the death to stay in contention but no play was possible after tea.
Booth are 22 for one off six overs after bowling out division-lower hosts Great Horton Park Chapel for 78. Patrick Thomas took four for 18 but was the man out in the second innings.
Underdogs Shelf made 229 for eight at home to Copley while Blackley had Northowram Hedge Top eight for two - with Chris Conroy and Keir Litjens the men out - as they defend a score of 175.
Booth seconds got the job done in one go at home to Bradshaw in the Crossley Shield.
Ian Sharkey took four for 11 and Rob Cockroft three for nine as Bradshaw were dismissed for 104.
Booth lost Paul Heptinstall for seven but Steve Butterworth (57 no) and Mark Johnstone (38 no) wrapped up a nine-wicket win.
Triangle made 150 at SBCI and Blackley 275 for five at Northowram Hedge Top, where skipper Kyle Adamson and Reece Burke were among those to score half-centuries.
Mytholmroyd seconds made 155 at home to holders Warley.