Workington were the only winners on a rain-hit day in the Cumbria Cricket League.

Despite two long delays, they got to a Duckworth Lewis situation where they needed 62 from 10 overs against champions Cockermouth and got them in 8.4.

After two lengthy rain breaks Cockermouth had completed their 50 overs on 190-7, of which opener Matthew Sempill scored 100 off 158 deliveries, and which included 13 fours

He shared in stands of 56 for the second wicket with Greg Platten (25), and 69 for the sixth with Sam Scully (25).

Matt Lowden was the most successful Workington bowler with 3-53 off 15 overs.

As 40 overs had been lost it came down to the Duckworth Lewis method and with 10 overs to thrash their way to 62, Workington were fired home by Simon Beare (19no), 14 extras and Callum Sutton (13).

Cockermouth professional Kavishka Anjula took 3-23.

That has lifted Workington into third place in the table, 10 points behind leaders Furness and four in arrears of Carlisle.

Furness would be particularly disappointed about the early finish to their game at Dalton after they had bowled out their hosts for 113. Professional Sachith Patherena took 5-36 and Jordan Buchanan had 4-34.

The Dalton innings virtually revolved round Joe Braund-Smith (38) and Liam Curwen (39) who figured in a second wicket stand that gave their side’s total some substance.

Only two overs were possible before the rain came and Furness were 4-1 after losing Will Stanway for one.

Wigton would also be unhappy because, as underdogs, they had made a promising start against second-in-the-table Carlisle.

Opener Kieran Little (39) and skipper Nico Watt (28) were both going well and had helped Wigton to 90-1 after 20 over when they had to come off – and never got back on.

Bottom side Egremont invited Cleator to bat first at Gillfoot and the visitors had made 111-4 off 29 overs when play was ended by rain. Dave Watson (44) and Douglas Hughes (25no) were the main scorers for Cleator.

Coady Scott took 3-54 from 15 overs.

Keswick were going well at home to Lindal Moor when they had to call a halt, after reaching 139-4 in 30 overs with opener William Atkinson going well on 64no. Skipper Stephen Moss had made 25.

Whitehaven had reached 122-6 against Millom when their game ended early.