Ibis progressed into the next round of the Benevolent Trophy after a narrow 1-0 victory against Endmoor KGR at The Jubilee Playing Fields.

Both Teams battled it out in torrential rain however Cory Robinsons close range header proved to the difference for the hosts who dug deep for the win.

In the other trophy ties, Keswick defeated Dent 5-1, six goals by Nial Renwick saw Kirkoswald defeat Burneside 8-1, while Kendal United’s game against Wetheriggs United was abandoned.

Appleby moved to within nine points of Keswick in James Cropper Westmorland League Division One after the treble cup winners defeated Windermere 6-0.

Braces by Liam Kinnear and James Addison Adams set the hosts up for the win before goals by Dylan Critchley and Neil Dean rounded off an impressive performance.

Goals by Chris Packham and Luke Milburn saw Sedbergh Wanderers climb off the bottom of the table after they edged out third placed Castletown United 2-1, while Penrith Reserves won 4-2 at Shap.

Keswick Reserves are two points clear at the top of Division Two after they won 3-2 at Eden Thistle, Kendal County Reserves and Staveley United drew 2-2.

Jacob Carway and Tyler Colloby scored for County while Staveley replied thanks to goals from Hal Van Gees Bergen and Connor Stephenson.

Kirkby Stephen defeated Greystoke 2-1, Ambleside United routed Appleby Reserves 5-0, while AFC Carlisle and Kendal United Reserves drew 3-3.

Niall Clifford’s four goals helped Penrith Academy go four points clear in Division Three after they won 9-1 at Langwathby United.

Kirkoswald Reserves won 3-2 at Braithwaite, Penrith Royal picked up a 6-2 win at Wetheriggs United Reserves, Daniel Monks scored all five goals in Staveley United Reserves 5-2 home victory against Penrith Saints while the game between Ullswater United and Lunesdale United was abandoned due to the torrential rain.