Distington moved through to the MITIE Cumberland Cup semi-finals with a 42-6 home win over Maryport, building on an 18-0 half-time lead.

The hosts’ tries were scored by Steve Clark and Daniel Park with two each, Kieran Worthington, Jack Penrice, Kieran Ritchie and Greg Bedford.

There were five goals for Worthington, while Kelvin Lynch was named as their man of the match.

Maryport fielded nine under-16s and the spirit they showed was second to none, battling on through the full 80 minutes in difficult circumstances against tough opposition, while the game was excellently controlled by veteran referee Neil Byers.

Ethan Williams scored the Maryport try, converted by Josh Patterson while Scott Atherton was named their man of the match in a gutsy display.

Glasson Rangers won the stand-out game in the quarter finals when they beat Kells A 34-30.

It was a cracking game, especially for any neutrals watching, and could have gone either way before Glasson prevailed in the dying moments with a dramatic late score.

Rangers had led 18-12 at the break and it was even closer in the second half before the hosts’ six-try tally proved crucial against five from Kells.

The Glasson tries were scored by Gary Taylor, Johnny Ostle, James Taylor, Sean Mumberson, man-of-the-match Keenan Winter and Brad Oglanby.

Winter added five goals.

For Kells there were two tries for Aaron Burns and one each for Casey Chambers, Bailey Morton and Jake Parker.

Cameron Taylor kicked five goals and James Ennis won the man-of-the-match award.

Wath Brow A turned things round against Seaton Rangers, eventually winning 20-8 after trailing 8-6 at half time.

The Hornets tries were scored by Jay Wetherall, Jordan Cricket, Clark Riley and man-of-the-match Lewis McCarron.

There were two goals from Jay Wetherall.

For Seaton, their man-of-the-match Kieran Mewse scored a try and kicked two goals.

There was a game to be fitted in at Cumberland Amateur Rugby League Division One level and Ellenborough A beat Seaton A 32-14.

They had led 16-0 at half time but it was much tighter after the restart.

For Ellenborough there were tries for Gareth Nicholson with two, Dylan Holm, Thomas Connolly, Dan Penman and Nicky Harris, with four goals from Brett Stevenson.

Man of the match was Ryan Wilson.

The Seaton tries were scored by man-of-the-match Jackson Traverse, Levi Wallbanks and Matt Dixon, with their solitary goal coming from Cieran Walker.