Whitehaven starlet Jake Bradley scored a second successive Hensingham A hat-trick to pip Glasson in the Iggesund Cumberland League.

Bradley, who has been selected for Lancashire Academy against Yorkshire over Easter, grabbed his third try on 77 minutes to help seal a 34-32 victory.

Both sides had purple patches in the game with Glasson scoring 16 points in a four minute spell just before half time.

Bradley, however, scored a brace after the re-start and the late touchdown for his hat-trick was enough to see Hensingham A through to the win.

That points spree just before the break had seen Glasson lead 26-10 at half-time but they could only add a converted try in the second-half.

The other Hensingham tries were scored by Jordan Thomson, David Cartmel and Luke Richardson. Dean Laverick converted three with a fourth from Josh Hillier.

The Glasson tries were scored by Gary Tierney, Shaun Mumberson, Gary Taylor, Keenan Winter, Brad Tremble and Matt Burns

Winter converted two and Jason Connery also put over two.

Not surprisingly Jake Bradley was named man of the match for Hensingham A with the Glasson award going to Adam Lee.

Lowca won 44-20 at Seaton A after they had led 16-6 at half-time. It developed into something of a niggly game in which five players found themselves in the sin bin to cool down.

Veteran referee Neil Byers came in for a lot of credit for how he dealt with the situation when it boiled over on a couple of occasions.

The Seaton tries were scored by Stephen Newell, Gareth Morris, Josh Cottam and Liam Wood. Newell and Adam Hodgson each landed one conversion.

For Lowca there were tries by Emmerson Allen (2), man of the match James McNally (2), Paul McNally, Aiden Pirie, Jacob Johnson and Toby Finley. Keith Campbell landed six goals,

Man of the match for Seaton A was Jack Williamson.

League leaders Ellenborough Rangers maintained their 100 per cent record with a 36-10 win at Kells A after leading 16-4 at the break.

They actually scored within two minutes of the start and straight after the break and by the hour mark were well clear at 26-4.

The try scorers for Kells A were man of the match Jordan Herve and Barry Boyd, with one conversion from Cameron Taylor.

Ellenborough won well with tries from man of the match Ben Robinson (2), Kevin Hoban, Owen Hoyles, Niall Gray, Kai Gilhespy and Rhys Burr. Hoyles kicked four goals.

Distington had their biggest test so far at Wath Brow A and came through it to win 34-22.

In a good hard game, the home side were leading the league champions 22-16 with 50 minutes gone.

However three tries in the last twenty minutes ensured Distington maintained their 100% record.

The Wath Brow tries came from Jake Pearce, Matt Sibbald, Luke Davidson and man of the match Sam Curwen. The three goals were kicked by Curwen.

Distington won it with tries by Jack Penrice (3), Steve Clarke, Steve Conway, Gavin Martin and Scott George. Man of the match Clayton Sutton landed three goals.

Aspatria’s losing run continued against a Cockermouth side who had built up a 34-4 lead going into the last ten minutes. Aspatria were dealt another cruel blow when they lost stand-off David Wilson with a serious shoulder injury.The game finished 38-10 with the Cockermouth tries coming from Joe Beaty (2), Jamie Lightfoot (2), man of the match Jack Clark, Jack Lewis and Stuart Pickering. There were five goals from Clark.

Aspatria replied with tries by man of the match Luke Crossman (2) and a conversion from Mark Irwin.

Seaton Rangers were the day’s biggest winners, 66-0 at Ellenborough A with 42 points coming in the first half.

The tries came from Lewis Mason (2), Matt Dixon (2), Jon Carl Bryan , Ben Postlethwaite, Nick Burgess, Jordan Pritt, Liam Williamson, man of the match Stu Gallagher and Adam Cowan. Burgess kicked 11 goals.

Ellenborough A’s man of the match was Kieran McCartney.

In a good, see-saw game at Maryport, the home side were leading Egremont A 26-24 with three minutes remaining.

However a penalty awarded to the visitors saw them race through to score and claim a 30-26 win. They had led 14-6 at the break.

The Maryport tries were scored by man of the match Darren Pape (2), Scott Akehurst, Craig Foster and Josh Patterson. Andrew Cartwright kicked three goals.

For Egremont there were tries by Pat Bennett (2), Billy Thompson, Brad Long, man of the match Toby Corrie and Adam Barton. Thompson landed three goals.