RED House are in pole position at the top of the Workington and District Sunday League’s first division after another victory over the weekend.

On a day where several matches had to be called off, there was no halting the league leaders as they remained on course for their tilt at the title and promotion.

Red House welcomed Highfield Regulators on Sunday and ran out 2-0 winners to continue their unbeaten streak in the league which consists of 10 victories and two draws.

Gary O’Driscoll put the ball away in the back of the net and Grant Quayle also got on the scoresheet in the win.

But they have to remain wary as Salterbeck have not given up on their title hopes and remain on Red House’s coattails in second place.

They showed their credentials on Sunday when they travelled to play Soul Suite, coming away with the points following a 4-1 victory.

Nathan Brash and Carl McCoy made sure of the win as both players recorded braces.

The remaining game in division one saw Maryport United host Workington Reds Juniors, with the away side emerging victorious.

It was a lone goal from Luke Mitchell that separated the deadlock in a close encounter between the two sides in the middle of the table.

Turning to the top flight, only one game was actually played, with Sun Inn v Deer Orchard, Dearham v Waverley and Senhouse St Club v Pack Horse all being called off.

The lone game to come to a conclusion saw second placed Seaton Royal Oak hit for three by current champions Northside who are trying to make their way back up the league table.

It did not help the Seaton side that they finished the game with just 10 men after Liam Irving was shown a red card.

Callum Killick, Stefan Scott and Jamie Glover all picked up goals for Northside who now lie in fifth place but still have games in hand on most of their rivals.