The weekend games were dedicated to league action in both divisions of the Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League with plenty of goals to go around.

In the Premier Division there was a close game between Bransty Rangers and Wigton Harriers.

The spoils went the way of the visitors with a 1-0 win for the Harriers courtesy of a strike from Andy Hill.

Workington Reds Juniors White continued their good form, seeing off Silloth at the Ranch 5-0.

Reds’ goals came from Shaun Carter and a brace each from Callum Killick and Liam McCullough.

There was a 4-0 game at Cockermouth where the home side held superiority over Carlisle City Development.

Cockermouth’s goals were shared between Rob Cox, Danny Moffatt, Luke Graham and Adam Watson.

The final midweek game of the early season ended with a 4-0 home win for Gosforth against Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves in the Premier Division as Sam Denwood, Reece Fretwell, Matthew Pierce and Harvey Stainton provided the goals.

Things are tight at the top of Division One, with three teams all on 15 points at this stage of the season.

Maryport Athletic continued their good form with a 4-1 away win at Mirehouse.

Athletics’ scorers were Harvey Harrison, Callum Casson, Alec Little and Dean Scholey, Mirehouse replying through Brandon O’Fee.

Windscale Reserves went down 4-0 at home to Workington Reds Juniors Black with the visitors’ goals coming from Scott Weston, Matthew Reid and a brace from Jamie Graham.

Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves are having a difficult time currently and went down 17-0 to visitors Northbank.

Kieran Blair was top scorer with five, Jay Green and Luke Miller both with hat-tricks, Ryan Scott, Kevin McKenna, Matthew Storey, Tom McDonald, Ryan Johnstone and an own goal completing the total.

The Whitehaven Miners and UniSun fixture produced a plethora of goals as, in an end-to-end game, Miners came out on top winning 8-4. Miners’ contributions were from Paul McNally, a hat-trick from Lewis Park and four from Sam Brown, one from the penalty spot. UniSun responded through Craig Hay with all four of their goals.