Distington proved too strong for Ellenborough again, this time in the E B Lamb Amateur Cup.

After the pair had gone through the first phase of the League season with 100 per cent records, their clash in the final fixture proved a little one-sided as Distington ran out comprehensive winners.

They also dominated Friday’s meeting in the Cup, building on an 18-0 half-time lead to win the tie 38-4.

Man of the match Bryan Ritchie, Matt Hewer, Stephen Conway, Jamie Friel, Liam McNicholas and Kelvin Lynch scored the Distington tries with seven conversions from Kieran Ritchie.

Ellenborough’s sole try was scored by Kai Gilhespy and their man of the match was Luke Penrice.

In-form Glasson Rangers also made progress in the competition when they won 42-18 at Cockermouth. They led 24-6 at half time as Cockermouth made a better fist of things after the break.

Joe Beaty (2) and Jack Clark scored the Cockermouth tries with Clark kicking three goals.

Jonathan Goulding was named as Cockermouth’s man of the match.

Glasson continued their winning run thanks to tries from Gary Taylor (3), Gary Tierney, John Dollochin, Keenan Winter and Ryan Morris.

Winter kicked seven goals and Jonny Ostle picked up their man of the match award.

Maryport and Aspatria should have met in the Amateur Cup but the tie was postponed because there was no referee due to a mix-up.

This will now be rearranged before August 17 when the semi-final is due to take place

In the Iggesund Premier Division there was an impressive win by Wath Brow A at Seaton Rangers.

They had built a handy 26-0 lead by half time and went on to win 40-6.

They scored seven tries through Jay Wetherall (2), Martin Barwise, man of the match Liam Martin, Jordan Cricket, Jake Pearce and Adam Henderson.

Sam Curwen kicked six goals to wrap up the scoring.

The Seaton try was scored by Jon Carl Bryan with the conversion by Nick Burgess.

Seaton’s man of the match was Mark Walker.

Seaton’s A team was also beaten in Iggesund Division One, going down 48-28 at Lowca.

That, in fact, represented a good second half effort by Seaton as they had trailed 32-6 at half time.

The try scorers for Lowca were man of the match Dave Colley (3), Sean Gill (3), Matt Farrer, Jordan Allen, James McNally and Brandon Groggins

There were five goals from Groggins (3) and Keith Campbell (2).

The try scorers for Seaton A were man of the match Stuart Gallagher (2), Kieran Mewse, Levi Wallbanks and Mark Walker. Mewse landed four goals.