Despite the threat of Storm Ciara, the only fixture not to be completed in the Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League was the Premier Division game at Silloth when Bransty Rangers were unable to raise a team to travel.

Four ties in the Benevolent Cup went ahead, none of which required extra time to decide the outcome.

Aspatria had home advantage over Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves, winning 7-3 with a brace from Andrew Trestianu starting the ball rolling for Aspatria and further goals coming from Malcolm Graham, Darryl Creighton, Dan Pearson, Logan Dixon and Nathan Nelson.

Celtic’s second string reduced the deficit with goals from Ben Mahaffey, Tom Houghton and Jake Martin.

Crown Newlaithes edged city rivals Northbank 5-3.

Whitehaven Miners’ home tie against Workington Reds Juniors White was switched to The Ranch and Reds took advantage, winning 4-1 as Steffen Scott and Kyle Graham bagged a brace each with Miners replying with a Lewis Park penalty.

Wigton Harriers overcame visitors Moor Row in a close game 3-2 thanks to Andy Hill, Ian Johnston and a Moor Row own goal to complete their total. Strikes from Owen Woods and Ben Graham kept Moor Row in contention.

In Division One, Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves were unable to stop Workington Athletic from winning the contest 8-0.

Athletic’s goals came courtesy of lone strikes by Luke Davidson, Luke Mitchell, and Marc Messenger, a brace from Andrew Sinclair and a Matthew Perry hat-trick.

Windscale Reserves suffered a 7-1 reversal at table-topping Maryport Athletic, with Ryan Fitzwilliam scoring for the visitors.