Seaton United fought back against Windscale in the West Cumbria Youth League under-13 clash but it was the Egremont side who took the spoils 4-2 at the final whistle.

Windscale started the game very well and scored three first-half goals to be in the lead at the break.

In the second half, Seaton came alive and tried to get a goal but found themselves 4-0 down.

Two quick-fire goals by Kian Jones brought Seaton back into the game but it ended 4-2 to the visitors. Zach Martin was named man of the match.

Seaton Athletic welcomed Whitehaven Miners. Previous meetings between these two teams have always produced great games and this one did not fail to deliver.

Always a test, the pacey Miners struck early following up on a through ball, turning a startled defence to make it 0-1.

The game settled down and as Athletic probed for an equaliser, a penalty was duly awarded. The ball smashed against the post, chance missed.

After the break, the football pendulum swung in Athletic’s favour and 10 minutes in, after increased pressure, the surging midfield duo Milo Cooke and Aaron Williams scored two goals unanswered, making the score 2-1.

The now buoyant Athletic were rampant and held this advantage until late in the half unlucky not to increase their lead on numerous occasions.

Then, against the run of play, Miners scored a revitalising equaliser, giving them belief against a tiring Athletic defence.

With one minute to go, in a last chance scramble, the ball trickled over into the Athletic net. Heartbreak for the Athletic lads after coming from behind, and ecstasy for Miners to win 3-2. Man of the match was Morgan Clarke.

Cleator Moor Celtic were convincing 9-1 winners over Whitehaven AFC Yellows while Whitehaven AFC Blues won 6-1 at Bransty Rangers.

Maryport Amateurs recorded a 3-1 success at Cockermouth Juniors while Senhouse Juniors and Workington Reds played out a 3-3 draw.

Moor Row Reds lead the way in the Under-12 red division after they picked up their third win of the season at the weekend.

They took on Maryport Amateurs and won 5-0 to stay a point clear of Whitehaven AFC Yellows in second, who beat Seaton Athletic 3-1.

The remaining game in the division was an internal battle within Workington Reds as their White team beat the Red side 4-0.

In the blue division, Whitehaven Miners Social inflicted the first defeat of the term on Whitehaven AFC’s Blue side.

Miners won the game 5-0 to keep their own unbeaten record intact and stay on top of the pile.

It was all square as Dearham Rangers took on St Bees, the game ending 5-5 while Grassroad Sharks won 9-2 over Silloth Mini Gulls.

In the Under-14 league there was a real tussle as high-flying Whitehaven AFC and Workington Reds Whites couldn’t get the better of each other in a 3-3 draw.

Cockermouth Cougars were victorious, winning 6-1 at St Bees in the other game.

Turning to the Under-16 league, Maryport Athletic are the team on top, after five wins from five outings. Their latest success came at the hands of Workington Wanderers Whites under-15s, Athletic winning 2-0.

Windscale under-15s won 1-0 over Cleator Moor Celtic under-15s while Seaton under-15s turned over Whitehaven AFC under-16s 3-1.

Bransty Rangers took the honours in a nine-goal thriller, beating Cleator Moor Celtic 6-3.

Workington Reds Blacks were also on the winning sides as they beat Maryport Amateurs under-15s 9-3.

There were two games in the under-18 league as Cockermouth Juniors beat Whitehaven AFC 2-1 and Workington Reds Blacks were 5-4 winners over Moor Row under-17s.