Millom all-rounder Graham Dawson returned the outstanding figures of 8-32 from 12.3 overs at Edenside on Saturday afternoon as Carlisle’s batting slumped to 87 all out in just 24.3 overs.

Having won the toss, Millom decided to bat first in bright sunshine but struggled to, what seemed, an unlikely winning score of 104 all out in just 36 overs.

Jamaican international Derval Green was again the pick of the Carlisle attack with 4-21.

But it was after tea and from the Bank End at Edenside that the inspired Dawson went about destroying the Carlisle batting line-up.

Only skipper Marc Brown (30) and opener Jordan Whinn (21) offered spirited resistance as Carlisle went down by 17 runs and their first home defeat this season.

Furness v Workington

Furness batted first and, again, showed their excellent early-season form.

With 79 from professional Calvin Savage, 44 from Nathan Waterston, and 43 not out from skipper Scott Pearcey, the Furness Park side were 247 for 6 at tea.

Workington were always behind the run-rate needed.

Kristian Moffat made 60, but the visitors were all out in the 49th over for 152. Savage ended his good day taking 6-32.

Dalton v Keswick

A good game at Dalton where visitors Keswick had first knock and were 213 for 6 at tea.

Professional Geeth Kumara made 114 not out and William Atkinson 36.

Dalton made a great effort to get the needed runs.

Jack Singleton again led the way with 55 and with, professional Winstone Masakadza making 47, and Jordan Woodend with 31, Dalton were 203 for 9 when overs ran out. Kumara took 4 for 51 in his 15 overs.

Cockermouth v Haverigg

Haverigg were in first.

Opener and captain Drew Postlethwaite made 47, but only Danny Lee with 31 and a gallant 20 from number 10, Tomas Hawdon, got the village to 169 all out in the 48th over.

Mark Middleton took 3-26 in his 15 overs.

Cockermouth lost an early wicket, but Greg Platten with 60 and Matthew Sempill, 59, saw their side to 173 for 4 in the 37th over.

Cleator v Lindal Moor

In first, the Moor were always in trouble and could only total 68 all out.

The Cleator pro, Tharaka Waduge, took 7-17 in 7.2 overs. Cleator made 71 for 2.

Wigton v Whitehaven

Batting first, Whitehaven made a good start but, after the first three were out, the rest of the side were disappointing and the visitors were 158 all out in the 45th over.

Mohammad Yasin 43 and Dom Chambers, 32, were top scorers. Wigton’s Glen Liddle again bowled well, taking 3-25 in his 15 overs.

Wigton’s reply was not very convincing with only Kieran Little’s 37 giving his side hope.

With nine wickets down it was left to Glen Liddle, 10 not out, and Jonny Honeyman, eight not out, to take Wigton to the win at 159 for 9 in the 45th over.

First Division

Workington v Furness

Workington got off to a good start with an opening stand of 50, but the rest of the home side gave a disappointing performance to be all out for 116 in the 38th over. Adam Chambers making 29 and Matthew Gorley 28.

For Furness, Gareth Smith took 4-12 and Luke Shaw, 3-31.

In reply, Furness made an excellent start, Brad Chapples and Wyll Stanway having an opening stand of 53, and with steady batting, Furness went to the win at 117 for 4.

Wyll Stanway made 33 and Elliot Maxfield 25 not out. Workington’s Adam Chambers took 3-22 in 13 overs.

Egremont v Hawcoat Park

Bowlers were on top throughout the game.

In first, Egremont never got going and were 78 all out in the 36th over.

Hawcoat’s Tom Stanwix returned 4-25 and Callum Muncaster, 3-36, both bowling their 15 overs.

Hawcoat Park were soon in trouble and tumbled to 63 all out. Egremont’s Coady Scott bowled 13.3 overs and took all 10 wickets for 33 runs.

Seascale v Cockermouth

Batting first, Seascale, after being 92 for 4, were all out in the 44th over for 125. Joe Hammond, 37, and Robin Sparshott, 31, getting half of the total.

Cockermouth’s Andrew Dodds took 3-26 in 15 overs.

After tea, Cockermouth were soon 42 for 3 but an important 55 not out from Andrew Cameron saw his side home at 129 for 5.

Ulverston v Kirkby

Taking first knock, Kirkby soon found themselves 31 for 3. However opener James Thornton was still there and made 65.

With support from Mike Fugler, 41, and Mike Etchells,38, Kirkby were 185 all out in the 43rd over.

Ulverston’s Carl Botterill took 5-37 in 10 overs.

The home side made a horrible start to be 36 for 6. Steven Olliver batting at number 7 then made 35, but he was last man out in the 39th over and Ulverston totalled 93.

Kirkby’s Mike Etchells took 5-26 in 12.2 overs.

Vickerstown v Barrow

Batting first, Vickerstown were 207 all out, John Burns making 114.

In reply, Barrow had a bad day to be all out for 38.