It was a rain soaked weekend of action in The James Cropper Westmorland League.

Due to the conditions, a lot of the league’s games were forced to be postponed.

In Division One Martyn Coleman’s hat trick and a goal by Brandon Robinson eased Wetheriggs United to a 4-0 win against Kirkoswald,.

This result meant Wetheriggs go 3 points clear of Windermere SC at the top.

Wetheriggs have started the season in spectacular fashion, winning all five of their opening games whilst averaging just under five goals a game.

However, the game of the afternoon saw Sedbergh and Dent United draw 4-4 with Ibis.

In a titanic tussle at The Havera Playing Fields, Liam Mason, Alex Fern,Tom Thexton and Andrew Burrow scored for Sedbergh.

However, Ibis battled back with Tyler Park,Jack Bates, Luke Deveney and Ben Humble on target.

The result for Sedbergh and Dent United places them in ninth in the league.

Whereas Ibis are seventh, three points ahead of their opponents.

And in the final Division One game, Appleby defeated Carleton Banks 5-1.

This result meant the hosts, Appleby, have moved up to fifth place in the table.

This was Carleton Banks’ third defeat of the season, and sit in eleventh in the division.

Kendal County Reserves and Staveley United battled out a 2-2 draw in Division Two.

Staveley controlled the first half and went 2-0 up.

However, Kendal battled back in the second half with Conor Stephenson pulling a goal back.

A stunning strike by Jordan Coathup completed the comeback for the Divsion Two side.

That result means Staveley United stay in second place on 13 points, two points behind league leaders AFC Carlisle.

Kendal County Reserves are in 12th place with four points.

Penrith Academy moved up to third after they routed Burneside 8-2 at Hollins Lane in the only other Division Two game played.

In Division Three every game was postponed due to waterlogged pitches, meaning Eden Thistle remain at the top of the division, with Eden United at the bottom.