BATTLING Kendal County cane back from 2-0 down to defeat Crookland Casuals in a thrilling West Lancashire League Division One clash on Saturday.

Daniel Ferguson's team were fearing the worst after they went 2-0 down within the first 10 minutes thanks to goals by Jasper Carey and Ben Stoker.

However Brody Moffatt pulled one back on 42 minutes before scoring his second five minutes into the second half, and Kendal completed the comeback when Connor Walmsley netted the winner on 73 minutes.

Milnthorpe Corinthians had an afternoon to forget when they lost 6-0 at Horwich St Marys Victoria.

Braces by Sam Parkinson and Scott Adamson as well as goals from Tim Raines and Jordan Wroth completed a miserable afternoon for Corinthians.

In Division Two Kendal United earned a creditable 0-0 draw with in form Rossendale at Castle Drive (action from the game left).

Danny Craig had a goal ruled out for Kendal, while Jack Brolly made some good saves to deny the visitors.

A Connor Adams spot kick on 57 minutes put Milnthorpe Corinthian Reserves ahead against Horwich St Marys Victoria Reserves in Reserve Division Two but Peter Shanklady's 89th minute leveller denied them victory.

Sedbergh and Dent United went one point clear at the top of the James Cropper Westmorland League Division One after defeating bottom of the table Shap 5-1 with goals from Richard Thexton, Shaun Gardner, Alex Fern, Tom Ladds and Dean Raw.

Matthew Wilson's brace and Josh Bowman's goal saw Endmoor KGR defeat Kirkby Stephen 3-1 at Woodside Road.

Wetheriggs United won 4-0 at Ibis while defending league champions Keswick were held to a 1-1 draw at Kirkoswald.

In Division Two, Kendal County Reserves and Staveley United drew 2-2 at Parkside Road, (action from the game right) with Sam Wilson and Connor Stephenson on target for Staveley with Darren Huck and Jacob Matthews replying for County.

Four goals by Sebastian Ramon guided Ambleside United to a convincing 5-2 win against Burneside while Greystoke edged out Sedbergh and Dent United Reserves 1-0 with Lewis Monkhouse on target.

Keswick Reserves defeated Ibis Reserves 2-0, while Appleby Reserves and Penrith Academy drew 1-1.

Penrith Royal are top of Division Three on goal difference after winning 5-4 at Wetherigg United Reserves, and Ullswater United are second following their 3-0 home win against Endmoor KGR Reserves.

Eden Thistle defeated Braithwaite 3-1, Eden United eased past Sedbergh and Dent United's A Team 3-0 while Kirkoswald Reserves battled past Staveley United Reserves 2-0.