LABOUR Club moved into second spot in the Basingstoke and District League Division after they beat Origin 3-1.
This was on the only one of six pitches at Brighton Hill Playing Fields to be declared fit to play on.
Newcomers Origin did well to hold Labour until the 55th minute, thanks to a good save by Dave Hawkins in the 40th minute, but he had no chance when Matt Kelly ran onto a through ball from Paul Gadsden.
There was a quick reply from Origin when Mark Bone caught goalkeeper Adam Burridge off his line with a lofted shot outside the box to level. Karl Holbrough then tested Burridge with a good effort.
Labour went ahead again 10 minutes fro time, after Jack Barlow's corner was half cleared to Ibrahian Waheed, who found the net after a couple of attempted clearances.
Mark Thorpe made sure of the points with a late third from another Gadsden assist.