Workington Sunday Football League sides went out of the Sunday County Cup at the weekend – after putting up superb battles against their opponents.

Maryport Labour Club contested their clash at home to Bransty Rangers, but in the end the Whitehaven outfit just had too much in the tank and recorded a 2-0 victory.

The other game was even closer as Deer Orchard missed out on a place in the next round on penalties against Dalston.

The game was deadlocked at 0-0 and had to go to penalties where Orchard just lost out 5-4 to the Carlisle side.

In the Premier League Divisional Cup Group A, a lone goal from Terry Warrior was enough to hand the victory to Senhouse Street Club over Dearham.

And in Group B, Seaton Royal Oak recorded a 5-2 victory over Waverley, who replied with a brace from Anthony Zajac.

Royal Oak’s goals came courtesy of two from Tom Powell and one apiece for Steven Maxwell, Darren Heron and Ben Powell.

The game between Northside and Sun Inn was called off as the latter could not raise a side.

In the Division One Divisional Cup Group A, Lee Sharp recorded a hat-trick for Soul Suite as they beat Highfield 4-2, with Ryan O’Pray also finding the back of the net.

Highfield did break through the defence to score through Kyle Murray with an own goal finishing off their scoring.

Group B saw a host of goals in the clash between Sun Inn Athletic and Workington Reds Juniors.

It was Workington who scored the majority of the games as they pulled off an 8-1 victory with Joe Hetherington and Macauley Sharp both bagging braces.

The remaining goals were added by Leo Holliday, Cameron Harker, Luke Davidson and Ryan Byrne.

The other clash between Red House and Maryport United was called off.