All but one of the scheduled fixtures in the Cumberland County League went ahead.

Aspatria’s Premier Division unbeaten run was ended at Gillford Park when Carlisle City’s Development squad took all the points with a 4-2 win. A Bobby Dixon hat-trick was supplemented by a goal from Cameron Woolerton, while goals by Malcolm Graham and Michael Thomlinson were insufficient to continue Aspatria’s 100 per cent start.

Gosforth entertained Bransty Rangers with the latter getting a 6-2 victory thanks to a brace from Mark Callan and individual efforts from Connor Holliday, Josh Fisher and brothers Liam and Stewart O’Pray as Robbie Bagley and Brandon Spokes netted for the home side.

Wigton Harriers' trip to Maryport Athletic resulted in 3-0 win, keeping them third, with Jonny Studholme, Zach Beacom and Ryan Studholme scoring.

Silloth and Workington Reds Juniors White shared the points in a 1-1 stalemate as Lewis Little's goal for the hosts was cancelled out by one from Tom Powell.

League leaders Workington Athletic entertained Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves and maintained their title bid with a 6-1 victory.

A brace each from Kevin Connelly and Ryan Byrne, with strikes from Greg Quayle and Ryan Connelly, completed Athletic's tally as Ellis Trotter replied for Celtic.

In Division One, Crown Newlaithes maintained top spot with a 3-0 win at home to Windscale Reserves courtesy of an Ellis Dickinson hat-trick.

UniSun Athletic won 2-1 at home to Whitehaven Miners with Shane Dorward and Craig Hay scoring and Lewis Park responding.

Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves earned their first point with a 2-2 draw at home to Mirehouse, thanks to Josh Keen and Jack Bunting goals while Ryan Smith and Reece Fitzsimmons replied.

Workington Reds Development and Northbank shared the points in a 2-2 with Taylor Hambling and Thomas Houghton scoring for Reds while Connor Shields and Kevin McKenna secured a point for Northbank.

Workington Reds Juniors Black v Pirelli was cancelled.