Broughton Red Rose played hosts to Kells in the Under-12 league on Friday night, and it was the visitors who were going home with the points after a winning 34-12 scoreline.

Callum Fox, Mason Burgess and Keane Sample were the Broughton try-scorers. Alben Pervizaj and Keenan Bowes with two tries each, plus one apiece from Callum Burns and Billy Penrice, and five goals from the boot of Jack Scott, replied for Kells.

In Sunday’s Under-12 fixture, Seaton Rangers had their first run out of the season when they made the short journey to take on Maryport and won 32-4.

Two first-half touchdowns from Byron Coulson plus one from Gareth Niemand and two Cade Bales conversions, gave the Rangers a 16-4 interval lead. Ethan Harris went over for Maryport early in the first period.

In the second half, Seaton ran in a further three unanswered tries via Dayton McFall, Luke Nixon and Harrison McCullock. Cade Bales added a further two conversions.

In the Under-14 league fixture, Seaton Rangers played hosts to Kells and it was the visitors who were to make it two wins from two starts with a dominant 36-0 victory.

Kells were 20-0 up at the break thanks to tries from Sam Murtagh (2), Dylan Grears and Ashton Sice, plus two conversions from Sam Fulton. The visitors increased their lead in the second half with two tries and two conversions from Fulton and a four-pointer from Keane Martin.

In the Under-16 league, Millom lost their 100 per cent record after coming unstuck against Hensingham, losing 44-10.

Lewis Whitehead and Harvie Hill both crossed the Millom whitewash on three occasions, and they were backed up with tries from Jenson Burney and Eddie Mawson. Noel Branthwaite added six goals.

The win for Hensingham moves them up into second place in the league table, four points behind Millom, but with three games in hand.

Maryport Under-16s went to take on Dalton and were worthy winners with a good 38-6 victory.

Josh Pattinson led the way for the Port when crossing for four touchdowns and landing two conversions.

Other tries for the visitors came from a brace by Attlee-Jack Skillen, one apiece for Chris Ivison and Adam Lambert.Ivison also picked up a conversion.

Seaton Rangers Under-16s had a good 34-22 win when they took on Kells on Sunday. Two tries from Owen Durham and others from Kian Brown, Jay Roach, Ben Postlethwaite, plus a try and five goals from Ciaran Walker sealed the win for the Rangers.

Sunday fixtures

Under-12 County Cup 1st Round: Broughton Red Rose v Millom, Seaton Rangers v Lowca – 11am ko, Kells v Walney, Wath Brow Hornets v Dalton – ko 12noon. Other ko's, tbc.

Under-14 County Cup 1st Round, Seaton Rangers v Askam, ko 12noon

Under-16 County Cup 1st Round: Kells v Dalton, ko tbc.