Barrow suffered their second defeat in two games in the Northern Premier League last Saturday, as they lost by seven wickets against Netherfield at Ernest Pass.

The home side were rolled out for just 78, with only opener Justin Pringle's 30 providing any real resistance, while Matt Jackson proved a constant menace by taking a brilliant 7-29.

It took Netherfield just under 18 overs to chase down their meagre target, although Barrow's James Price did manage to claim a couple of wickets.

In the Premier Division of the Cumbria Cricket League, Furness easily defeated Wigton by nine wickets, after skittling their visitors for a paltry 65 inside 22 overs, with spinner Jordan Buchanan claiming 5-19 off the 26 deliveries he sent down.

The win for Furness was wrapped up after only 9.5 overs, partly thanks to Ryan Griffiths' aggressive 38 off 33 balls.

Millom beat Egremont by 78 runs after 5-10 from Robbie Wilson helped them bowl out the visitors for just 61, in reply to the hosts 139 all out, which included 34 and 31, respectively, from openers Robert Thompson and Sameera Sadamal.

To round off a good weekend for our teams in that division, Dalton hammered Cleator by 121 runs thanks to a stunning performance with bat and ball from professional Lasith Lakshan.

The 23-year-old Sri Lankan first struck a brilliant unbeaten 103 to help the hosts to post 221-5 from their 50 overs, before returning 5-9 with the ball, as Cleator were bowled out for 100.

The weather denied Cockermouth victory at Whitehaven, who were 56-8 in reply to the visitors' 144-6 when the rain set in.

Workington v Lindal Moor and Carlisle v Keswick were both washed out without a ball bowled.