Dalton have their first win of the season in the Cumbria Cricket League, although they threatened to make hard work of their low run-chase against Barrow.

After winning the toss and choosing to bat at Ulverston Road, Barrow failed to reach three figures for the second week in a row in the South Premier Division after they were bowled out for just 85.

Liam Steele returned figures of 3-18 for Dalton, who then made heavy weather of their reply in the sunshine, as Daryl Wearing took 2-9 for Barrow.

However, captain Daniel Sharpe helped the hosts over the line with an unbeaten 25 and it was his single off Gary Collins that sealed victory in the 26th over.

Haverigg are also off the mark after Dale Graham's century inspired them to an impressive 68-run victory over Lindal Moor at Pennington Lane.

Graham struck 87 in defeat against Millom the previous week and he surpassed himself with a brilliant 110 as part of Haverigg's 209-5 from their 40 overs.

Despite a good 44 from opener Alasdair Grunshaw, Lindal never came close to their target, as they were bowled out for 141, with Lee Postlethwaite claiming 3-27.

Furness are the only team in the division to have won both of their games after they comfortably defended 167 all out at Millom by bowling the hosts out for 113 to win by 54 runs.

In Division One, Kirkby raced to an eight-wicket thrashing of Lindal Moor 2nd XI, who were skittled for just 58, with none of their batsmen making double figures.

It took Kirkby just 8.2 overs to secure victory, with opener and wicketkeeper James Thornton clubbing 33 not out that included three sixes.

Bradley Chapples' half-century helped Furness 2nd XI to defeat Vickerstown by 27 runs.

Chapples struck 56 in the hosts' 182-6, with George Smith adding 39 before starring with the ball in taking 3-28, as Vickerstown gave a much better account of themselves despite being bowled out for 155.

Ulverston beat Hawcoat Park in a pair of T20 games, by seven wickets then four runs, with Samson Storey impressing with bat and ball, while Dalton 2nd XI edged to a four-run win at Barrow 2nd XI in Division Two.