Holmen Iggesund Cumberland ARL champions Distington slipped to a second successive defeat last night.
Beaten by Seaton a week ago, Distington gave away a half-time lead before going under 18-16 at Kells A in a hard-fought Premier Division game.
The champions had led 10-6 at half-time but it was the home side who came through to snatch victory in the second-half.
Harry Watson, Jack Ainley and Clarke Chambers scored the tries for Kells with Ashton Sice landing three goals. Blaine Graham was their man of the match.
Distington scored tries through Gavin Martin (2) and Daniel Park with Martin converting two. Their man of the match was Jack Penrice.
Following their fine win over Distington there was nearly another shock success for Seaton over previously unbeaten Ellenborough.
In the end it was honours even with an 18-18 score-line.
Ellenborough, who also drew with Distington in their opening game, led 12-6 at half-time but were eventually pegged back by never-say-die Seaton.
The Seaton tries were scored by Stephen Newell, man of the match Ciaran Walker and Stuart Gallagher with Walker landing three goals.
For Ellenborough there were tries from Owen Hoyles, Andy Ostle and man of the match Jordan Ostle while Hoyles kicked three goals.
In Division One, Cockermouth had an excellent 46-14 win at Egremont A, building on their 24-4 interval lead.
Ben Irving and Jack Clark both grabbed try hat-tricks for Cockermouth while Jack Lewis and Rob Scott also crossed. Clark(6) and Lewis (1) kicked the goals. Peter Wood was their man of the match,
For Egremont there were tries by Nathan Preston, Albert McKay and their man of the match Lennox Hunter, who also added a goal.
There were plenty of points in the fourth game played as Lowca won 46-32 at Maryport after leading 34-16 at half-time.
The Maryport tries came from Craig Foster (3), Blake Miller, Josh Pattinson and Andrew Cartwright with Foster adding four goals.
For Lowca their tries were scored by man of the match Emerson Allen (2), James McNally (2), Paul McNally, Jamie Jaile, Matthew Farrer, Luke Stockton and Alan Orr. The goals were kicked by Keith Campbell (4) and Tony Hetherington (2).