Fifteen games survived the weather across all three divisions in The James Cropper Westmorland League.

Keswick extended their advantage at the top of Division One following a hard fought 1-0 win against Penrith Reserves at Fitz Park.

Ben Jefferson’s goal proved to be the difference for the league leaders, who are now 12 points clear at the top.

Appleby moved up to second place following a 3-2 victory over Wetheriggs United while Windermere defeated Castletown United 4-2 at Queen's Park.

Goals by Richard Thexton and Ben Sedgwick edged Dent one point clear at the top of Division Two after they saw off Windermere Reserves 2-1.

Kendal County Reserves defeated Kirkby Stephen 3-1. Josh Casson's brace and Jacob Carways' goal ended Kirkby’s undefeated record while Kendal continued their climb up the table.

Connor Stephenson and George Hornby’s penalty saw Staveley United edge out Ibis Reserves 2-1, Ambleside United defeated Kendal United Reserves 3-2, Greystoke won 4-2 at AFC Carlisle, while Appleby Reserves won 2-1 at Eden Thistle.

In Division Three Penrith Academy are one point clear after they defeated Lunesdale United 5-2. Burneside picked up their fifteenth win in a row following a 3-0 win against Langwathby United. Jay Hayton, Corey Harrison and Chris Bell scored the goals for Burneside, who are second in the table.

Ullswater United defeated Braithwaite 6-4, Endmoor KGR Reserves and Staveley United Reserves battled out a 2-2 draw, Wetheriggs United Reserves edged out Penrith Saints 3-2, while Kirkoswald Reserves routed Penrith Royal 5-0.