A brace of goals from Liam O’Pray were not enough to prevent Bransty suffering a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Cockermouth in the Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League Premier Division.

Cockermouth took the points with a brace from Luke Graham, Kyran Bertram and Dean Stevens.

Reigning champions Wigton Harriers edged out Cleator Moor Celtic Reserves 3-1 as Ryan Studholme, Ryan Nicholson and Chris Pearson scored for the home team, with Celtic’s effort coming from Tor Pattinson.

Workington Reds Juniors White continued their unbeaten run with a 6-3 home win over Aspatria.

Carl Denver top-scored for White with a hat-trick, supported by strikes by Kyle Graham, Shaun Carter and Jamie Bramley while Aspatria’s reply came from Andrew Trestrianu, Malcolm Graham and Ben Jefferson.

Silloth entertained Carlisle City Development, winning 4-1, with Adam Carr notching a brace and Andy Hinde and Matthew Reed completing the scoring for Silloth as Robbie Graham reduced the arrears for City.

In Division One, Whitehaven Miners were the day’s highest scorers, entertaining neighbours Whitehaven Amateurs Reserves.

Braces from Sam Brown, Dylan Elsworth and Lewis Park were complemented by a strike from James Shepherd as Amateurs were unable to reply.

Maryport Athletic had a difficult game at Windscale Reserves as, despite going 2-0 up within the first 15 minutes with goals from Harvey Harrison and Ethan Weir, the Atoms fought back with a goal by Josh Wise.

A further goal from Ellis Short restored Athletic’s two-goal lead, only for Dale Hooper to reduce the arrears again.

Moor Row edged a close game 3-2 when they entertained Workington Reds Juniors Black and Ben Graham, David Hutchinson and Scott Davidson collected their goals. Workington’s reply came from Jamie Graham and Scott Weston.

Mirehouse had a successful trip to UniSun Athletic, scoring three goals through Alan Sim, Gary O’Driscoll and Jordan Ferguson.

Workington Athletic amassed eight goals in their defeat of Crown Newlaithes, all from different players.

Greg Quayle, Ryan Connelly, Darren Lumbsden, Connor Hammell, Macaulay Sharp, Gareth Brunton, Tom Pardini and Cameron Harker made up the total, with Luke Firth firing in Newlaithes’ lone reply.