A full programme of Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League fixtures went ahead as the weather finally eased.

There were two games in the Premier Division but the first one was ultimately abandoned as Cockermouth reversed their home fixture to Gosforth and a visiting player suffered a double leg fracture which resulted in the game being called off with the hosts 3-1 up.

In the other game, Silloth entertained Bransty Rangers, who took maximum points in a 3-2 win despite goals for the hosts from Kieran Little and Spencer Irving.

In Division One, Workington Reds Juniors Black travelled to Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves and notched a 5-0 win courtesy of goals from Connor Kilgour, Robbie Watson, Dan David and a brace from Paul Lomas.

There was a stalemate as Windscale Reserves and Moor Row shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with Sam Thompson scoring for the home side but Ben Graham restoring parity.

Northbank entertained UniSun and the hosts won 2-1 in a closely-contested game, with Matthew Combe and Luke Miller on the scoresheet for the former and Craig Hay reducing the deficit.

There were Benevolent Cup ties completed as Workington Reds Juniors White and Aspatria served up a nine-goal thriller.

A strike from Mike Kilgour and a hat-trick by Carl Denver were not sufficient to ensure progress for White as Darryl Creighton, Andrew Trestianu, Dan Pearson and a double from Logan Dixon gave Aspatria a 5-4 win.

Wigton travelled up the road to meet Crown Newlaithes and came away with a 3-0 win with strikes by Zach Beacom, Tom Hill and Mike Riding, although the hosts were not helped by the dismissal of new signing Ellis James just two minutes in.

In the Divisional Cup, Maryport Athletic and Workington Athletic met with the latter progressing to the next round thanks to a 2-1 victory with goals from Greg Armstrong and Connor Hammell as Maryport's reply came from Carl Lightfoot.