The North Lancashire Football League determined their final league placings on points per game after the season was brought to an abrupt end due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And in the Premier Division Highgrove won the league after they finished nine points ahead of second placed Marsh United.

Highgrove were worthy champions after they went undefeated, winning 14 and drawing just one from their 15 games played.

In the other league placings, Cartmel and District had to settle for third while Ingleton finished in eighth position.

Trimpell and Bare, Carnforth Rangers and Caton United claimed fourth, fifth and sixth place respectively, while near the bottom Morecambe Royals, College AFC and Arnside claimed the last three positions in the table.

Bolton-le-Sands were crowned first division champions and were promoted as they finished fifteen points clear of second place, while Kirkby Lonsdale Football Club had to settle for tenth place after only playing 13 league games.

Meanwhile King George were crowned second division champions following a season which saw them finish 14 points clear at the top, while Cartmel and Districts A Team finished fifth.

University of Cumbria Men’s Team claimed 11th place after winning five, drawing three and losing five out of their 13 leagues.

A struggling Arnside Reserve Team ended up bottom without winning a game.