THE JAMES Cropper Westmorland League has seen another influx of exciting games and strong performances.

Endmoor won its four games in the League's Division One after winning 3-1 at Shap.

Steve Bowman’s team were 1-0 down at half time, before three goals in the last 15 minutes saw his team battle back for a big win.

Alistair Wilson scored two penalties while Jacob Matthews sealed the points as KGR march on in the early stages of the season.

Division One Champions Keswick scored a 97th minute winner after they defeated Ibis 2-1.

Ibis were 1-0 up with 15 minutes left in the game, before the hosts battled back in dramatic fashion with Steve Hindmarch and Richard Bannister scoring the goals.

Other games saw success for Wetheriggs United after their 4-3 win at Penrith Reserves.

After goals by Andrew Murray Jones, Martyn Coleman, Greg Key and Ryan Gate, Windermere defeated Marsh United 2-1.

Appleby edged out Sedbergh & Dent United 1-0.

AFC Carlisle are three points clear at the top of Division Two following a resounding 8-0 victory against Windermere Reserves.

Staveley United defeated Cartmel Reserves after a strong performance put them 4-0 up by full time.

Kyle Hansens' goal edged Kendal United Reserves to a narrow 1-0 win against Ambleside United.

Keswick Reserves defeated Ibis Reserves in a 6-0 win.

Sedbergh & Dent Utd Reserves eased past Penrith Academy with a 4-1 victory.

Greystoke routed Appleby Reserves 5-1.

Skilful play led to Connor Stephenson’s goal which saw Kendal County Reserves beat Burneside by 1-0.

Goals from Joe Fleming, Lucas Parker and Jordan Wilkinson saw the Kendal United A Team win 3-2 at Eden United in Division Three.

Eden Thistle saw off Endmoor KGR Reserves 2-1. Kirkoswald Reserves defeated Lunesdale United 3-0. Penrith Royal won 3-2 at Ullswater United.

Nathan Lees hat trick helped Wetheriggs United Reserves defeat Staveley United Reserves 4-1. Kirkby Stephen Reserves and Langwathby United fought hard but came away with a 2-2 draw in their game.