The two frontrunners in Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League Division One battled it out for the points when Bransty Rangers met Workington Reds Juniors.

There was nothing between the teams and the outcome was not decided until the 86th minute when Mark Callan’s goal gave Bransty the spoils, leaving them a point behind Reds.

The other Division One game between Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves and CMB Newlaithes resulted in a 6-0 win for the Amateurs.

A Nathan Dryden brace and one apiece from Matthew McClure, Kevin Holliday, Kian Goulding and Tom Stanaway secured the points.

In the Premier Division, Carlisle City Development were home to Cockermouth in a tight game and succumbed to two strikes from Cockermouth’s Kyran Bertram and Luke Ivison with a lone response from Ryan Holmes.

Gosforth drew 1-1 with fellow promoted side Pirelli, with a Robbie Bagley goal cancelled out by a Jamie Stalker penalty.

Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves came away with a 1-0 win against Netherhall following good work from Owen Charlton which allowed Tom Houghton a one-on-one chance against the Netherhall custodian which he confidently tucked away.

The outstanding Benevolent Cup tie was a walk in the park for Premier Division team Aspatria against Division One’s Silloth, winning 7-1.

Andrew Trestianu notched a couple with Malcolm Graham, Mark Irwin, Gary Pearson, Richard Hudson and Skipper, Darryl Creighton chipping in with one each. Philip Scott got Silloth on the scoresheet.