There were some interesting results in the Andrea Buggy Memorial, Every Life Matters Cumberland County League divisions this weekend.

The top two in the West Division One, Workington Reds Development and Cockermouth met each other in a game producing three goals.

The Reds claimed the points with a narrow 2-1 victory. Carl Lightfoot and Matty Foster were on the scoresheet for Reds, Cockermouth’s Mark Campbell ensuring the game went to the wire.

Cleator Moor Reserves travelled to Maryport to take on Athletic, coming away with a 2-1 win. The two Toms, Ward and Mahone got the goals for Celtic, Ethan Weir notching the Maryport response.

In West Division Two the title appears to be going the way of the current two front runners, Mirehouse and Bransty. Both retained parity at the top of the division with victories in away fixtures.

Mirehouse defeated Moor Row 3-1 with goals from Nathen Dryden, brother Bradley Dryden and Ryan Smith. Ben Graham chipping in with his customary strike for Moor Row.

Bransty, who lie second in the league on goal difference, took on Windscale Reserves going one better than Mirehouse returning home with a 4-1 win. The score line does an injustice to the home side in a game that was much closer than it indicates. Bransty’s Mark Callan notching a brace, Josh Fisher and Bradley O’Pray completing their scoring, a Kieran Frazer goal for the home side insufficient to halt Bransty’s progress.

Whitehaven Miners and Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves fought out a four-goal stalemate. Alan Cardy and Dylan Elsworth with the goals for the home side, Amateurs Will Starkey and Scott Underwood ensuring the points were shared.

In the East Division, Northbank ensured they remained top of the division with an away victory over Newlaithes. They were pushed all the way by the home side with the outcome being decided by the only goal of the game from Northbank’s Kevin McKenna.

Pirelli remain a point behind the leaders following a 4-1 away win at UniSun Athletic. A double strike from Chris McCue and goals from Ellis James and Andy Roberts taking the spoils, Craig Hay with the UniSun response.

Wigton Harriers entertained Carlisle City Development with the home team winning 3-1. Sam Irving, Jonny Studholme and Ryan Studholme netting for Wigton. A strike from Mike Heap reducing the arrears.

Aspatria maintained their good form with a 3-0 defeat of Silloth. Ben Allen, Andrew Trestianu and Malcolm Graham providing the goals.