Millom picked up their first away win of the season in Cumbria Division, as they produced an impressive performance in their 32-14 victory against Creighton last Saturday.

The Blues had an extra week to prepare for their trip to the bottom team in the table and they hit their straps to great effect in bagging a try bonus point on their way to making it back-to-back wins and lifting themselves up to eighth in the table.

Millom will be back on home turf at Wilson Park this weekend when Carlisle Crusaders are the visitors.

They’ll be making the journey down off the back of defeating Furness 23-8, with the Strawberry Grounds outfit still searching for consistency during the campaign.

They had picked up a morale-boosting win at home to Creighton the previous week, but they have only picked up two victories from their six games so far this season.

It was a rough afternoon for Windermere, who were handily dispatched 49-7 by second-placed Wigton at Dawes Meadow, meaning they still haven’t won since the opening day of the season.

They will look to find that elusive victory when they travel to Barrow on Saturday to face Furness.

Elsewhere, Barrovian rugby league convert Ryan Shaw made his first start in union for Yorkshire Carnegie, who went down to a 53-22 defeat at Ampthill in the Greene King IPA Championship.