HUNDREDS of people turned out to enjoy the traditional sights and sounds of a village sports meet.

Killington Sports once again provided a night of highly energetic entertainment with events ranging from pillow fights to Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling.

The junior and senior fell races are always fiercely competitive and this year was no exception. The U11 race attracted a field of 86 runners and was won by Lancaster & Morecambe's James Brassington (5-03) from the Helm Hill pairing of Simon Rigby (5-14) and Noah Wadsworth (5-27). The first girl was Kendal's Kate Collin (5-47) who was ninth overall.

Ambleside's Charlie Allmond (7-52) and Rowan Ashworth (8-08) dominated the U13 race with Helm Hill's Sarah Smith (8-36) winning the girls' race in fourth place overall , chased hard by Ambleside's Sophie Rylance (8-54) and Kendal's Sophie Cowin (9-05).

Kendal's Fraser Sproul (8-57) was 22 seconds clear of Ambleside's Daniel Sanderson (9-19) in the U16 race. First girl was Amy Leonard (10-27), of Houghton Harriers, who led home Leven Valley's Olesia Winder (10-55).

Helm Hill runners filled the first five places in the senior race with Josh Jardine (11-34) just pipping Jacob Aubrey to the line by a one second margin with Adam Perry (11-47) not too far behind in third. And Helm Hill's Sharon Taylor (13-30) was victorious in the ladies' race from team mate Bianca Dyer (14-38), who was first LV40.

Some of the fell runners took part in the mountain bike race which was won by Richard Greenep from Adam Perry.

The sports hosted the 10 and a half stone Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling world championship which was won by Andrew Carlisle from Mike Kirkham and John Gibson.