In the only game completed in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division, Cockermouth got the better of Haverigg.

Haverigg chose to bat, and made a reasonable start, putting on 46 for the first wicket when Dale Graham went for 23.

Skipper Drew Postlethwaite was joined by pro Roy Kaia, and Drew made 34 and Roy 24 and it was 71 for three.

But, once again, wickets fell regularly and the village side were all out in 48 overs for 128.

Matthew Sempill took three for 10 in four overs, and Chris Hodgson three for 42 in 14 overs.

Rain now interfered with play and the Duckworth-Lewis system gave Cockermouth a target of 69 in 18 overs, and the visitors went to the win in 10.5 overs at 71 for three.

Cockermouth skipper Gareth White made 41 off 37 deliveries, with four fours and one six.

Put into bat at home to Wigton, Whitehaven were grateful to their pro Mohammad Yasin who made 70 of their 177 all out total, no one else reaching 20. Wigton skipper Nico Watt returning four for 55 in 12.3 overs.

In reply, Wigton had made 23 without loss in 6.3 overs when rain prevented further play.

Winning the toss and batting against Furness, Workington found the Furness bowlers in good form, and were 102 for six in 36 overs when the game was abandoned.

In the First Division, Ulverston had first knock at Kirkby and batted well to put 213 for seven on the board in 48 overs. Gareth Yates making 63 and Stuart Cooper 44.

Rain then caused overs to be lost and the new target for Kirkby was 106 in 16 overs.

After being 31 for three, Mike Fugler with 50 and Sam Marshall, 23, both unbeaten, put on 75 to take Kirkby to 106 for three in 14.4 overs and 10 important points.

Workington's 2nds, with only nine men, were all out in 24 overs for 52.

Rain reduced the Furness target to 48 in 19 overs. They made 51 for three in four overs.

Winning the toss, Barrow made an excellent start against Vickerstown to be 132 for four when rain brought the game to a close. Rashid Ahmad made 40 and Jon Sturgeon 35.

Hawcoat Park were 102 for eight in 34 overs against Egremont when the game was abandoned due to rain.

Cockermouth 2nds were all out for 104 in 34 overs. Rain left Seascale a target of 97 in 39 overs.

With Seascale on seven for one after five overs, rain brought an end to the day.