THE frost decimated the local football programme with Kendal County's West Lancashire League Division One clash against Hawcoat Park

at Parkside Road one of the few games to survive.

But though County beat the weather, they were unable to beat the visitors and had to settle for a point after a hard fought 1-2 draw.

County, who are now managed by Richard Close were keen to build on their draw against Askam United the previous weekend.

And in the early stages they looked likely to do so, but they couldn't find the net and Hawcoat Park grew into the game, creating opportunities through Tom Stanwik and Brad McKenna.

The Kendal outfit's main threat came from the pace of Bailey Carlos while Connor Walmsley and Brody Moffatt caused problems for the opposition.

And after a competitive start to the second half, it was County who opened the scoring after 65 minutes when Brody Moffat unleashed an unstoppable effort past the visiting keeper.

But Hawcoat Park battled back and equalised 10 minutes later following a good attacking move which saw prolific talisman Hacken McCracken place the ball into the net from close range.

Both teams continued to search for the winner on a freezing afternoon but the game ended all square.

In the other Division One games, Jordan Rayners 29th minute strike saw Askam United defeat Stoneclough 1-0,while Millom and Hesketh Bank drew 3-3.

In Division Two, braces by Quaid Henderson and Isaac Kusaloka eased Freckleton to an emphatic 4-1 win over Storeys.

Nathan Shaw's double strike guided Furness Cavaliers to a 2-1 home win over Mill Hill St Peters, Burscough Dynamo won 4-1 at Furness Rovers, Galgate defeated Garstang Reserves 3-1, while Longridge Town Reserves defeated Rossendale 2-0.

Kendal County entertain Hesketh Bank at the weekend while Milnthorpe Corinthians host Askam United.

Kendal United travel to play Furness Rovers, while Milnthorpe Corinthians Reserves are on the road as they travel to Hesketh Bank Reserves.

The entire Westmorland League programme was called off due to the weather with frost rendering all pitches unplayable.