Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves entertained Carlisle City Development in the only Smurfit Kappa Cumberland League Premier Division fixture.

But it was City who claimed all the points with a 3-2 win, City’s goals coming from Robbie Cowley, Jamie Johnston and Bobby Dixon. But Celtic pushed them all the way, with a brace from Owen Charlton.

In Division One, Moor Row overcame Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves 5-0 on the all-weather pitch at Whitehaven.

The Moor Row goals were shared between Jamie McAllister, Scott Davidson, Ellison Holgate, Owen Woods and Aaron Rossi.

Mirehouse were at home to near neighbour Whitehaven Miners, and in a close game Miners edged the result with a 5-4 win.

A Lewis Park hat-trick and a brace from Sam Brown for Miners were countered by strikes from Alan Sim, Josh Dillon, Barry Irvine and Ryan Clubley for Mirehouse.

Maryport Athletic continue their good run of form with a home win against Carlisle-based UniSun Athletic.

Strikes from Callum Casson, Ethan Weir, Alec Little and evergreen Chris Dawes could not be matched by UniSun whose contributions came from Mike Mull and Mamadou Fati.

The Windscale Reserves v Northbank game was postponed due to the condition of the second-team pitch at Egremont.

There were four ties in the Conway Cup edging teams towards a semi-final position.

Gosforth overcame Workington Reds Junior Blacks 5-1 at the Ranch.

Gosforth set the pace with a hat-trick Cameron Bowness, with Matthew Pierce and Rhys Singleton completing their scoring. Blacks’ lone response came from Luke Melroy.

Workington Athletic were 2-0 victors over Cockermouth, Connor Hammel and Bobby Dustin securing the win.

Newlaithes travelled to Wigton Harriers, making the journey worthwhile edging home 2-1. Ben Davidson and Ellis Dickinson fired home the Newlaithes goals, with a Sam Irving score for Wigton.

Aspatria overcame Silloth 4-2 in their away tie at the seasiders’.