Zak Buchanan (5/30) dismissed Warton for 64 on Saturday as Westgate achieved an 8 wicket win with ease, but on Sunday Warton (159) bounced back to beat Trimpell (62) despite 5/92 for Michael Bland. Gareth Finney took 6/3 from 6.4 overs as his off spin wreaked havoc at the Hyning. 
Trimpell almost upset Heysham on Saturday. Chasing 185 to win, James Lambert’s 40 and good later order resistance got them within 22 runs. Jack Rawlings’ 6/49 was crucial for Heysham as was 67 not out by Liam Parkinson making a welcome return to form.
Bare (165/7) stay top of Division 2 after a winning draw against Cartmel (146/8), with action from the game pictured left. Frank Smith with 35 and 3/14 enjoyed his first match back at Bare after two seasons with Sedgwick.
Coniston (167/9) lost an entertaining game with Carnforth 2nds (173/7) with Neil Dugdale pictured at the crease, right. Pic courtesy of Greg Weddell.
In a tense game at Lunesdale Park, Kirkby Lonsdale (Malcolm Taylor 4/14) managed to defend 107 against Shireshead who finished 106/8, one run short.
Penrith made 149 thanks to Sulosan Thiru (61), but Neil McDonnell (49) and Adam Wilson (60 not out) eased Netherfield 3rds to a 6 wicket victory.
Arnside 2nd XI and Silverdale 2nd XI played out a double Nelson tie with both sides making 111, while fifties from Andy Williams (51) and Chris Holland (64) enabled Bolton le Sands to post 241/6 against Leven Valley who comfortably achieved a draw with 51 not out from Freddie Burrow.
Galgate made 268/8 with the prolific David Morgan making 130 and receiving good support from Lee Moorhouse (79), but a determined Holme 2nds dug in for a draw.
A youthful Carnforth 3rd XI had no answer to Sedgwick 2nd XI with Dan Lawson (4/4) and Matthew Wright (4/17) bowling them out for 29 before the runs were knocked off without loss, while Lewis Rands-Trevor took 6/14 as Windermere bowled Netherfield 4th XI out for 72.
Meanwhile Emmerdale actor Tom Brown (40 not out) who plays Carl King in the soap, top scored for Ingleton in their 191/9 v Morecambe 3rd XI for whom Connor Marsh took 4/35. Morecambe made 137/8 in reply.
In Division 4, Kendal 3rd XI beat Coniston 2nd XI by 83 runs, Paul Fearnyough making 72 not out before Megan Berry (4/12) completed the win for Kendal.
Ambleside (Adam Wood 5/19) bowled Burneside 2nd XI out for 50 and won by 8 wickets while Alan Regan carried his bat for 19 not out as Milnthorpe 2nd XI beat Bare 2nd XI by 8 wickets.