After a number of weeks with numerous games postponed because of the storms and waterlogged pitches, it was back to football in the Workington and District Sunday League.

In the Premier Division Cup, Pack Horse inflicted a 1-0 defeat on Deer Orchard at Curwen Park in the top-of-the-table clash and Junction Athletic made up for a six-week break without a game with a 2-1 win against Seaton Royal Oak, with the Athletic goals from James Rushforth and a screamer from Greg Quayle. Nathan Nowak put away Seaton’s only goal.

In the Divisional Cup, Soul Suite notched up a 2-1 over Sun Inn Athletic at Moss Bay.

In Division One, Highfield Regulators moved into top spot with a 2-1 win after a hard-fought battle with Maryport Labour Club.

It was Maryport who opened the scoring with a goal from the prolific Ethan Weir, who drilled home his low shot into the back of Andrew Richardson’s net, but Highfield drew level with a scrambled Mark Marr goal poked home on the line and then secured the win with another close-range effort from Dan Burns in the second half.

Basement side The Junction Workington went down to a 0-6 home defeat to Maryport United, and remain rooted to the bottom of the table, with Maryport United now into third spot behind Highfield and Dearham Commercial in what looks to be a five-way battle for the title with Maryport United and Glasson Gardeners also in the mix in fourth and fifth spots.

In the Sunday County Cup quarter-finals, Northside ran out 6-1 winners over Dearham, with two goals each for Northside from Callum Killick and the rest from Jamie Bramley, Antony Zajac and Kyle Galea. Dearham’s consolation goal was from Steven Stoddart.

Glasson Gardeners had an excellent 1-2 away win at Bransty Rangers, with both Glasson goals from Keith Anderson.

Following Monday’s semi-final draw at the Cumberland FA, Northside will play Glasson and Currock will face Inter Pirelli in the semi-finals on Sunday, April 5, with the kick-off at the host clubs’ usual times.