Kells won the only game in the National Conference Cumbria group when they travelled to Barrow Island and won 35-16.
It was very tight at first before developing into something of an arm wrestle before Kells pulled clear in the final quarter.
The West Cumbrians got off to a great start with a try in the first minute from James Ennis but five minutes later the Islanders led 6-4 with a try from Nathan Sneesby converted by Sam Jones. .
Kells went back in front on 11 minutes with an interception try by Aaron Burns who went 90 yards to touchdown for Grant Gainford to convert.
Two tries from Mason Lewthwaite inside three minutes just before the break, both converted by Gainford put Kells into a 22-6 interval lead.
It was Barrow Island who hit the ground at pace in the second half and two tries from Jones and Aiden Wright, one of them converted by Jones, pulled them back to 16-22.
The rest of the game belonged to Kells as they finished strongly with tries by Tyrone Dalton and Lewis Smith, both converted by Gainford while Dalton landed a field goal.
Holmen Iggesund Cumberland ARL First Division
Two games were played in the Holmen Iggesund Cumberland ARL First Division when there were victories for Aspatria and Egremont A.
Aspatria led Hensingham A 16-6 at half-time but went on to dominate and they finished as 46-20 winners.
They had gone in front on 11 minutes with a try from David Miller which was converted by Matty Irving but Hensingham came back level just before the half hour with a try from Kylan Barwise, converted by Josh Hillier.
Then two tries in seven minutes before the break gave Aspatria the advantage again, and they never looked back.
Ross Barton and Guy Reed both crossed with Irving converting the first.
Two minutes after the restart Luke Johnson went over and the Irving conversion stretched the lead to 22-6.
Back came Hensingham on 55 minutes with an unconverted try by Taylor Richardson before the home side stretched away.
Johnson, Alex Barton and Luke Crossman all scored tries, converted by Irving before Hensingham battles back to score two more tries through Josh Rogerson and Josh Burr, one converted by Hillier.
But Aspatria had the final word in the last minute when Crossman got in for his second try and Irving added the conversion.
Egremont A had their game with Seaton A won by half-time when they were sitting on a 38-4 lead and they went on to win 60-18 as the visitors enjoyed a better second-half.
The Egremont tries came from Toby Corrie (3), Adam Heal (2), Jack Murray (2), Frazer McNee, Nathan Preston, Brad Long and Tom Horner. There were eight goals from Lennox Hunter.
In response Seaton scored tries through Steve Newall, Scott Holliday, Martyn Wilson and Peter Watson. Brandon Walker landed a goal.