After a tough, at times feisty, Cumbrian derby Wath Brow beat Egremont 36-6 to maintain their 100 per cent record in the National Conference competition.
Hornets led 18-0 at half-time and in the end scored seven tries, four of them in the second-half. Several of them were good, well fashioned team scores.
Cole Walker-Taylor crossed twice in the first half, and in between on 20 minutes, Dan Burns also got over the Egremont line. Walker-Taylor converted all three.
Three minutes after the restart Egremont threatened a fight back when Quinn Wright scored a try, converted by Billy Thompson but it never materialised.
Hornets went on to dominate with further tries from the outstanding Ellison Holgate, Curtis Teare, Clark Riley and Peter Caddy, only one of which was converted by Walker-Taylor.
Over at Kells the home side had an easy win over Millom, eventually running out victors by 58-0.
It was virtually done and dusted by half-time with Kells sitting on a 34-0 and Millom rarely offered any threat to the home line.
Aaron Burns led the way with a hat-trick and also crossing were Jordan Burns (2), man of the match James Ennis (2), Lewis White (2), Martin O’Neil and Reece O’Neill. Jordan Burns kicked four goals and Grant Gainford put over three.
There was nearly no third game in the Cumbria section as no official referee turned-up at Hensingham for the clash with Barrow Island.
Ryan Collins stepped in and the game was allowed to go ahead with the visitors running out 36-16 winners.