THE West Lancashire Leagues Cup competitions got underway with mixed results for all the local teams.

The collection of matches saw each team put on impressive performances whilst braving the cold weather that has been creeping in over the past few weeks.

In the Presidents Cup, Milnthorpe Corinthians eased into the next round after they routed Lostock St Gerards 6-0.

It was a dominant performance where the Corinthians were able to maintain control in every aspect of the game.

Brandon Croskell Robinson scored twice while goals from Charlie Morton, Nathan Hankinson, Ricky Ball and Taylor Fagan rounded off a dominant display.

However, Kendal County bowed out losing 2-0 to Hesketh Bank where the damage was done in the first five minutes after goals from Tom Smyth and Nathan Gonzales.

It was a disappointing loss but the team was praised for its competitiveness despite being on the backfoot.

Fortunes had favoured Kendal United as they edged into the next round of The Challenge Cup winning 2-1 at Carnforth Rangers.

Goals came courtesy of Joe Carradus and Bailey Kenny.

Cartmel and District progressed after winning 4-2 at Furness Rovers where Danny Reeve was amongst the goal scorers.

It was a competitive match but Cartmel were able to maintain their lead once they had built it and did not let the goals from Furness dishearten them.

Caine McCartney's impressive hat trick helped Milnthorpe Corinthians Reserves to a comfortable 6-0 win at Storeys Reserves in Division Two Reserves.

Meanwhile in the Benevolant Trophy, Ibis crashed out of the competition after losing 4-1 to Wetheriggs United.

However, in the James Cropper Westmorland League Division One Keswick were held to a surprise 0-0 draw against Kirkby Stephen.

Both teams showed impressive play but were able to achieve the finish they wanted so badly.

Windermere pulled off a surprise 1-0 win against Endmoor.

Despite even play through most of the match, the one nil goal was all they needed before holding out for the victory.

Penrith Reserves impressed by winning a strong 5-2 game at AFC Carlisle.

However, the stand out games of Division Two saw Kendal United Reserves defeat Carleton Banks 5-1 with Will Felstead scoring twice, while Cartmel & District reserves managed to edge out Staveley United 3-2.

However, in Division Three Endmoor KGR Reserves impressed defeating Penrith Royal 4-0 with Connor Winn, Luke Dalzell, Owen Fitzsimons, and Bradley Hodgson on the scoresheet.