Carnforth avoided the rain to defeat Arnside by six wickets in Division One A, Darren Nelson returned figures of 4-26 as Arnside were bowled out for 143, before Chris Parrys undefeated knock of 63 guided his team to victory closing on 146-4 off 30.4 overs.

And in the only other game played in Division One A Milnthorpe and Silverdale battled out a draw, with Milnthorpe claiming nine points to Silverdales eight.

Jared Colis’s first innings return of 4-24 saw Milnthorpe reduced to 141-7, with Phil Bovis scoring 37, and three wickets apiece from Darren Wils and Andy Cormack saw Silverdale restricted in their reply after they closed on 124-9 off 41 overs.

Heysham defeated Bare by 80 runs in Division One B where J Antcliffe top scored with 79 runs, Shireshead saw off Burneside by 5 wickets,while Sam Conroys second innings return of 5-8 eased Westgate to a dominant 113 run victory over Trimpell.

Carnforth Seconds edged out Cartmel by 2 wickets in Division Two A ,after William Mead returned first innings figures of 4-46, before Ryan Kitchens 53 and Lee Hodkinsons undefeated 44 guided Carnforth to the win closing on 157-8.

Bob Davies top scored with 57 in the first innings for Cartmel who battled throughout in a hardfought game.

Stephen Yates scored 110 for Shireshead before their game with Ingleton was rained off. Yates first innings knock saw Shireshead close on 223-6, while Jack Chamberlain picked up figures of 3-35 for Ingleton.

And Julian Canns second innings return of 6-17 eased Sedbergh School to a 42 run victory at Kirkby Lonsdale.

Westgate Seconds won by 8 wickets at Sedgwick Seconds in Division Two B, with Freddie Whatmuff picking up figures of 6-18.

Mike Robinson scored an undefeated knock of 103 while Charlie Nicholls made 73 in Netherfield Fourths dominant win at Holme Seconds in Division Three North, while Harry Smith also helped Netherfield to victory with second innings figures of 5-6.

In Division Three South Isaac Atherton returned figures of 6-3 as Morecambe defeated Arnside Seconds by nine wickets.

Words by Richard Edmondson