KENDAL United booked their place in The Benevolent Trophy Final after an emphatic 3-0 victory over Ibis at Castle Drive.

Kendal, who will play the winners of the abandoned tie between Keswick and Kirkoswald in the final, played well in difficult weather conditions.

The West Lancashire League Division Two team opened the scoring when Bailey Kenny scored from the penalty spot before goals by Jason Tucker and Sam Hunter rounded off the victory.

Appleby progressed into the next round of The High Sheriff's Cup after they defeated Endmoor KGR 5-1, while Windermere are also through following a hard-fought 2-1 win at Windermere.

Shap defeated Sedbergh Wanderers 4-2 in James Cropper Westmorland League Division One. Shap, who are now seven points clear from the bottom, picked up the win thanks to Ben Palmer's brace and Jordan Palmer's goal.

In James Cropper Westmorland League Division Two, goals by George Hornby, Tim Winnard and Callum Thwaites saw Staveley United win 3-0 at AFC Carlisle.

Dent pulled three points clear at the top after they won 3-0 at Eden Thistle. Ben Sedgwick scored twice and Tom Thexton sealed the win.

Kirkby Stephen defeated Kendal United Reserves 6-1, while the games between Ibis Reserves and Windermere Reserves and between Ambleside United and Appleby Reserves were abandoned due to the heavy rain.

Kirkoswald Reserves moved three points clear at the top of Division Three with a resounding 4-0 win at Staveley United Reserves, Lunesdale United edged out Endmoor KGR Reserves 3-2, hat tricks by Jay Hayton and Cameron Bell saw Burneside win 8-0 at Penrith Saints, while Langwathby United won 4-1 at Ullswater United.

Braces by Lewis Renvoise and Alex Jackson eased Penrith Royal into the next round of the Peter Daws Memorial Shield as they defeated Sedbergh Wanderers Reserves 8-0.