The flurry of storms which hit Armidale on Saturday brought much-needed rain to the area but halted round seven of the senior cricket competition.
At Guyra's Ted Mulligan Oval, the match between Ex-Services and Easts was reduced to 37 overs each.
Easts batted first and were down a wicket at 1-11 when John Elliot claimed the scalp of opener Sam Hutton for two.
That brought Cody Graham to the crease.
Will Green then departed for 29, off Jarrod Burton's bowling, but Graham remained out there and went on a rampage with 16 fours and four sixes in a 96-run stand.
He was supported by Clarrie Moran with 42 but both succumbed to Elliot's bowling.
Easts also lost Luke Uphill for a duck, Aaron Whackett for 13 and Nathan Porter for two with Lochie Elks on 32 not out as their innings came to an end at 7-222.
Elliot finished with 4-14 off nine overs, including three maidens, Burton the one wicket and Nick Levy two wickets.
With the bat, Servies' openers Nathan Withnell and Sreejan Tarafder both departed on six, and number three Nathan Street went for a duck.
At 3-17 Servies were in trouble.
They held on for a little longer before Ben Spence was dismissed on four.
Levy the hit five fours on his way to 29 for Servies to steady things while Dhruv Patel hit 75 not out.
Nathan Lane chimed in with 32 but they were unable to finish for a result with the match abandoned.
The Guyra and City game was also abandoned six overs in.