KIRKBY racked up a record North Lancashire And Cumbria Cricket League innings total en route to a whopping 337-run victory over Barrow's second team in Division One.

Batting first, Kirkby tally of 443 for 6 is the highest innings score ever in League and Cup games. Alastair Bradley, 131, and James Thornton, 100, made an opening stand of 158, followed by skipper Mike Fugler, 86, Sam Marshall, 38, and Rob Fugler, 34, seeing Kirkby to their record total at tea.

Barrow's Cliff Wilson took three wickets and in reply, the visitors' innings was understandably quiet. Max Henderson making 36 and Rashid Ahmad, 28, were top scorers as Barrow finished on 106 all out in the 30th over, while Kirkby's Matthew Bruce took 4 for 28 in 10 overs.

Elsewhere in the division, Ulverston were always in trouble away to Hawcoat Park – mainly due to Callum Muncaster's six wickets, which helped bowl them out for just 96 in the 38th over. Hawcoat then needed just 20 overs to get to the target with three wickets down.

Ryan Griffiths' unbeaten 102 helped Furness' second team secure a six-wicket win at home to Egremont, who had finished on 191 for 9 from their 50 overs.

Batting first against Cockermouth's second team, Vickerstown were 91 for 5. But Peter Lee's 38 and 53 from number seven Dean Litherland, got the 10-man Walney side to 193 all out.

Cockermouth lost their first wicket at 32, but no more wickets were lost as Ian Buchanan, with 84 not out, and Andrew Dodds, 73 not out, made an unbroken stand of 162, to see the home side to victory by nine wickets.

In the other match of the day, Workington seconds openers, Adam Chambers, 151, and Jake Daniel, 70, had a stand of 170 in their home encounter with Seascale.

With Daniel's dismissal, Callum Sutton, 100 not out joined Chambers, and they had put on 148, when Chambers was out. At tea, Workington were 350 for 2.

Seascale's reply was led by Robin Sparshott who top scored with 69, and with 24 from Adam Brown, the visitors were all out for 176 in the 39th over.