Six games survived the weather in all three Divisions in The James Cropper Westmorland Football League in an otherwise miserable afternoon.

In Division One Endmoor KGR maintained their 100% winning start to the season.

Two Jacob Matthews goals sent Endmoor KGR on their way to an impressive 6-2 win at Appleby.

Brad Hodgson, Matthew Wilson, James Halton and an own goal sealed the win for Endmoor who are now only below leaders Wetheriggs United on goal difference.

Keswick were also victorious after winning 2-0 at Carleton Banks as they close the gap on the top two teams to three points.

In Division Two Cartmel and District Reserves defeated Ambleside United 4-1, with there now being one point separating the two teams.

Meanwhile, goals by Adam Robley and Alfie Brunskill helped Penrith Academy to a 2-2 draw against Windermere Reserves, who stay in twelfth, one point ahead of bottom-placed Appleby Reserves.

However, the game of the afternoon came in Division Three, when Braithwaite defeated Kirkoswald Reserves 3-2.

Braithwaite opened the scoring against the run of play in the first half when James Shaw scored.

The hosts made it 2-0 in the second half when Anthony Fearns found the net.

Kirksowald continued to dominate while Braithwaite shot stopper James Lihou pulled off two remarkable saves.

However, Kirkoswald battled back.

The away side then equalised in dramatic fashion following two good goals from Jack Baker and Grant Cameron.

Following this, Kirksowald pushed for the winner.

However, despite Kirksowald’s pressure, Braithwaite stunned the visitors on the counter attack where Fearns edged the hosts in front before they held out to secure the win.

Braithwaite’s win moves them into fourth place in the division, whereas Kirksowald stay in seventh.

And in the final game Eden United moved off the foot of the table to eleventh after they picked up their first win of the season where they defeated Langwathby United 3-1 away from home.