The Senior Challenge Cup reached the quarter final stages with three ties were played, while some Westmorland Football league games survived the weather on a cold and wet Saturday.

In the Senior Challenge Cup, Kendal County defeated Keswick 5-4 on penalties in the game of day at Parkside Road.

County and Keswick finished all square at 2-2 after extra time. Brody Wallace Moffatt and Cameron Stewart scored for County while Karl Southern and Jamie Little replied for Keswick.

In the end, Kendal prevailed in the penalty shoot out with County shot stopper Ryan Dodds to thank as the hosts progressed.

In the other ties, Milnthorpe Corinthians defeated Castletown United 4-1 at Dallam School. Zach Clark and Mike Rushton both scored twice as The Cors eased into the next round, while Appleby routed Ambleside 6-0. Bobby Atkinson scored a brace, while Jack Overs, Ben Jackson and James Addison were also on target, before an own goal rounded off a dominant performance.

Only one game survived the weather in James Cropper Westmorland League Division One, where Jake Nicholl's hat trick guided Kirkoswald to an emphatic 6-0 victory against Kendal County Reserve.

In Division Two, Eden Thistle saw off Windermere Reserves 3-1, while Braithwaite won 3-0 at Appleby Reserves.

Ibis Reserves moved six points clear at the top of Division Three despite being held to a 2-2 draw against Lunesdale United, while Endmoor KGR Reserve battled back from 3-0 down to defeat Penrith Academy 5-3 at Woodside Road.

Alec Hague scored twice, before Sam Wilson, Darren Huck and Chris Bell completed the comeback while Endmoor moved up to third place in the table.