THE weather devastated the fixture list in the Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League at the weekend with only two of the scheduled games going ahead.

The only Division One game to go ahead was thanks to the all-weather pitch at Whitehaven, as Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves took on Silloth.

Amateurs took all three points from the clash courtesy of a brace of goals from Cai Docherty and a single from Tom Palmer.

In the Premier Division, Pirelli took on table toppers Wigton Harriers and nothing could divide the teams after 90 minutes, the game ending in a 3-3 draw.

Matty Story, Graham Robley and Ben Davidson were on the score sheet for Pirelli but a brace from Jonny Studholme and a strike from Richard O’Keefe ensured both teams went home with a share of the spoils.

The game between Gosforth and Aspatria was abandoned after 10 minutes play. Following a pre-match pitch inspection and the fact Aspatria had travelled, referee Alan Charters attempted to get the fixture fulfilled. Unfortunately, as there was no let up with the incessant rain, he had no option but to abandon the game.

The other Premier Division game between Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves and Netherhall was postponed, as was the outstanding Conway Cup tie between Whitehaven Miners who were due to host Cockermouth.

The game between UniSun and Borough was postponed due to the unavailability of the Sheepmount Complex at Carlisle and Workington Reds Juniors game against Bransty Rangers also had to be postponed.

The Cumberland Senior Cup ties take precedence this weekend.