THE WESTMORLAND Cricket season saw another outstanding set of performances between the mix of skilful teams.

Sedgwick claimed a dramatic two wicket win against Milnthorpe in Division One A.

This saw Chris Evans returned figures of 3-35 after Milnthorpe were reduced to 140-9 off 40 overs.

Sam Woodburn batting down the order top scored for Milnthorpe after scoring 44 runs while both Mike Wills and James Parkinson also contributed.

However, Sedgwick edged to victory in a tense encounter thanks to Chris Evans who scored an undefeated 35 while Jason Dalzell closed undefeated on 16.

Sedgwick held their nerve after being in trouble on 88-7 closing on 141-8 off 41.2 overs.

Carnforth saw Jack Thompsons’ return of 5-15 which helped the team to an emphatic nine wicket win against Silverdale at Lodge Quarry.

Elsewhere, Arnside won by nine wickets at Warton.

Burneside won by just one run at Trimpell in Division One B.

They were left with little hope after being bowled out for 100 in the first innings, however Trimpells Steve Beniston and Michael Bland both claimed three wickets apiece with Burneside Captain Ben Leacock posting 33.

The visitors edged to victory where they won in 44.1 overs where Ethan Ellwood returned figures of 3-6.

Heysham put on a brave performance in their match against Westgate, however they failed to prevent their opponents from bowling them out for 29 and closing on 169-7.

The match also saw three wickets apiece from Zak Buchanen, Dylan Conroy, and Andrew Nisbitt before the end.

Bare faced off against Shireshead by just four wickets.

Craig Albon and Robert White taking three wickets apiece.

Division Two A also saw its share on exciting matches.

James Royces first innings return of 4-21 and Harvey Williams second innings knock of 70 saw Kirkby Lonsdale wins by seven wickets at Ingleton.

Four wickets apiece were gathered by Jack Yates and Paul Cunnington, which saw Shireshead defeat Carnforth seconds by seven wickets after an intense match.

Coniston and Westgate Seconds drew in Division Two B.

Westgate’s Jacob Vaughan was the standout bowler after a first innings return of 6-25.

Netherfield Thirds defeated Sedgwick Seconds by just three wickets.

Elsewhere, Lee Barnes's knock of 53 and Ian Betley's second innings return of 4-15 saw Holme defeat Windermere by an amazing 88 runs.

The impressive performances and determination showed in each match of the new season is a promising sign of things to come within the Westmorland Cricket League after months of lockdown.

Each match showed the development that has taken place within the league.