THE weekend rain and frost ripped through The West Lancashire League as only four games went ahead across all three divisions.

In West Lancashire League Division One, Kendal County were convincingly beaten 5-0 at Parkside Road by CMB is the league's only fixture.

The visitors, who scored all five goals during the first half, opened the scoring after 12 minutes following a good finish by Ben Thornton.

Michael Ford made it 2-0 after 20 minutes before Jamie Hilton's strike four minutes later saw CMB go 3-0 up.

CMB scored two more just before half time as both Ford and Thornton scored their second of the afternoon as the visitors were 5-0 up at half time.

Kendal goalkeeper Ryan Dodds prevented any further goals during the second half as CMB saw the game out comfortably.

In Division Two, Kendal United lost 2-0 at Ladybridge. The game saw Kendal compete against the league leaders and for large parts create opportunities and carry an attacking threat. However, Ladybridge opened the scoring through Chris Donohue after 30 minutes, while Kendal were denied a penalty by the referee.

The hosts made the game safe after 75 minutes through Pierce Lafferty's well taken finish.

Longridge Town Reserves beat Turton Reserves 5-2 in West Lancashire League Division Three. Chris Ward scored a hat trick, while goals by Danny Wilkinson and former Kendal Town player Kevin Leadbetter rounded off a dominant display.

In the final game, Max Harwood’s second half brace saw Croston Sports Reserves defeat Wyre Villa Reserves 2-1.