THREE games survived the rain on an otherwise miserable Saturday of action in the Westmorland Football league.

Every game in Division One, as well as the High Sheriffs Cup tie between Keswick and Ibis, was postponed due to water-logged pitches.

However, in Division Two one league game survived the weather with Kirkby Stephen picking up a hard-fought 2-1 win at Ambleside United.

Kirkby Stephen, who are now second in the table and just two points behind league leaders Dent, went 1-0 down in the first half after the home team converted a penalty kick.

However, the visitors equalised soon afterwards when Harry Jones scored following good work by Matt Branthwaite.

With the game in the balance Kirkby Stephen edged in front during the second half after Branthwaite scored his third goal in two games. They also created further opportunities and held out to secure the win.

In the Junior Cup Cartmel Reserves progressed into the next round after winning 3-1 at Appleby Reserves, while in Division Three Corey Harrison's 35-yard strike and Joe Stansfield’s goal eased Burneside to a 2-0 win at Braithwaite.

Burneside are now third and four points off second-placed Penrith Academy with two games in hand.