Dearham on the ball to see off United in Workington Sunday League

goal scorer: Maryport Labour Club's Ellis Gardhouse
goal scorer: Maryport Labour Club's Ellis Gardhouse

A rampant Dearham side put four past Maryport United in Workington Sunday League's Division One, with Calum Casson, Darren Rule, Matthew Longstaff and Steven Stoddard all on the scoresheet.

Grant Baker grabbed one for United.

A high-scoring game between Red House and Maryport Labour Club saw the latter run out 6-2 winners.

Chris Batty's brace was added to by Anthony Harris, Mark Brown, Mikey Carruthers and Ellis Gardhouse. Sam Fisher and Lee McGuirk scored for Red House.

Salterbeck were pipped 3-2 by Workington Reds Jnrs, with goals from Josh Miles and Andrew Wilson being cancelled out by one each from Macauley Sharp and Aston Reynold, and an own goal.

Highfield had no answer to Sun Inn Athletic as the away side won 4-0 thanks to goals from Joe Hibbert, Liam Day, James Heppel and Jordan Ridley.

Gaslight were 2-0 winners at Seaton Royal Oak as Dan Davies and Brandon Renny scored.

In the Premier League, Blue Bell won 4-2 at Sun Inn with braces from Daniel Park and Colin McAllister, while Richard Hudson got two consolation goals for the hosts.

A six-goal thriller saw Deer Orchard held at home by Grasslot as Zach Little, James Penman and Gav Graham scored for the visitors and Calum West, Robert Cox and Brian Straughton all bagged for the home side.

Pack Horse were in fine form with a 5-1 win at Waverley through braces from Niall McGee and Calvin Feeney and one from Luke Melroy. Chris Taylor netted a consolation.

Northside's game against Broughton was rained off.

Sunday fixtures

Premier League: Broughton v Blue Bell, Grasslot v Deer Orchard, Pack Horse v Sun Inn, Senhouse Street Club v Northside.

Division One: Highfield v Maryport United, Maryport Labour Club v Red House, Sun Inn Athletic v Seaton Royal Oak, Gaslight v Salterbeck, Silloth Albion v Workington Reds Juniors.

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