The top game in the Iggesund Cumberland ARL Premier Division was called off.

Heavy overnight rain had left the Hensingham pitch waterlogged so their much-anticipated clash with Distington had to be postponed.

Ellenborough and Seaton squared up at Maryport and the hosts took the points from a 24-10 victory.

Elbra led 12-6 at the break but it was Kevin Hoban’s hat-trick try later in the game which gave Elbra the breathing space they needed.

Seaton had their moments but the Ellenborough defence was outstanding.

Matty Bell and Brett Stephenson scored the other Elbra tries with Hoban landing two conversions.

Liam Batey and Kieran Mewse scored tries for Seaton with Batey landing one conversion.

Jordan Ostle was named man-of-the-match for Ellenborough while Jordan O’Leary picked up the award for Seaton.

The game between Kells A and Glasson Rangers was also postponed, requested by the Kells club as they had a group of players away in Florida.

In Division One, Wath Brow demonstrated their intent with an impressive 34-22 win at Aspatria.

Daniel Burns and Sam Curwen were key performers central for Wath Brow while Aspatria battled hard and their stand-out players were Luke Day, Ellis Nixon and Guy Reed who added some steel.

Burns duly picked up Wath Brow’s man-of-the-match award while Luke Johnson, who scored a try and kicked three goals, took the honour for the hosts.

Wath Brow led in the clash of the Hornets by 24-12 at half-time so the second period finished all square at 10-10. Aspatria’s tries came from Peter Fearon, Ellis Nixon, Gary Armstrong and Johnson.

The Wath Brow tries were scored by Burns (2), Richard Huby Jay Wetherall, Ellison Holgate and Jake Pearce. Curwen kicked five goals.

Early leaders Lowca suffered a narrow home defeat by Egremont A, beaten 22-20.

It was four tries apiece but, crucially, Egremont’s Charlie Wells kicked three goals against two from Lowca’s Callum Sirkett.

Sirkett, Paul McNally, Robbie Fisher and Jacob Johnston scored the Lowca tries with man-of-the-match Gary Elliot, Brad Long, Craig McCulloch and Adam Fretwell crossing for Egremont. Keith Campbell picked up man-of-the-match for Lowca.

In the other Division One game, Hensingham A won 62-26 at Broughton Red Rose, building on a 28-12 lead.

Stu Moore (2), Shane Williams, Bleu Robinson and Dean Jones crossed for Red Rose with Ryan Frazer kicking three goals.

Man-of-the-match Jamie Brown (4), Luke Richardson (2), Gary Hanlan (2), Steven Smith, Aaron Turnbull, Gary Palmer and Michael Maudling were the Hensingham try scorers. Jack Kellet kicked five goals and Steven Smith put over two.

Man-of-the-match for Broughton was Jonno Ritson.