The Westmorland Football League season drew to a close as the remainder of the games in division two and three were played.

In division two Pirelli sealed promotion after they defeating Dent 4-1.

In the other games Burneside finished third after beating Keswick Reserves 3-2. Scott O'Callaghan scored the match-winner.

Coniston were also winners as they defeated Carleton Banks 4-3, while Langwathby United beat Ambleside United Reserves 3-2 on Tuesday night.

In division three hat-tricks from Jack Barker and Conor McAvoy helped Windermeres Reserves to a 13-0 win at bottom-of-the-table Penrith Saints. Windermere, who finished third in division three, ran riot against a Penrith side that had been relegated for a number of weeks.

Other results included a convincing 7-1 win for AFC Carlisle as they defeated Burneside Reserves, while Greystoke Reserves won 5-4 at Lunesdale United Reserves.

Endmoor KGR Reserves were also winners as they defeated Penrith Saints 7-6 on Monday night. Connor Crashaw Collins scored four goals for an Endmoor side that only had ten players for the game.

As a round up of the season, Keswick were deserved winners of division one, while a youthful Kendal United finished as runners up. At the bottom end of the table, Unisun Athletic were relegated after just one season in division one.

Pirelli's late run of form was enough to see the Carlisle-based team promoted from division two while at the bottom Ambleside United Reserves were relegated.

In division three Eden Thistle won the league, while Kirkoswald Reserves also went up after they finished in the second automatic promotion spot.