Ian Walling’s all-round display could not prevent Garstang from losing their final game of the Moore and Smalley Palace Shield Premier Division season against Vernon Carus.
After another rain-lashed season, it was almost poetic justice that Westgate should secure the Championship of The Westmorland Cricket League (WCL) in damp squib fashion.
Lancaster’s Northern Premier League Division One campaign ended in defeat at the weekend, losing by six wickets away at Fleetwood.
Morecambe failed to make it a hat-trick of wins in the Tower Shield final on Sunday at a well-attended Woodhill Lane, as they lost to the newly-crowned WCL champions Westgate.
Morecambe and Chorley played out a final ball thriller on Saturday with the winning runs being struck from the final delivery seeing Morecambe go down to a narrow defeat.
Westgate Cricket Club are celebrating a memorable title triumph.
Bottom side Lancaster went down to a six-wicket defeat at the hands of title-chasing Blackpool on Saturday.
It was a case of job done for Torrisholme as they secured their Palace Shield Premier Division status on Saturday.
Lancaster were outclassed in all departments in their Readers Cup final against Netherfield on Sunday.
Warton loosened Shrieshead’s grip on the Hackney and Leigh Trophy at the weekend thanks to a last ball win in an exciting final at Cartmel.
Morecambe bounced back in style from their defeat at Barrow on Saturday by taking the maximum 15 points in the derby game verses Lancaster on Bank Holiday Monday by eight wickets.
Westgate retained their place at the top of the Westmorland Cricket League Division One at the weekend with a 45 run victory over Shireshead.
Morecambe stuttered to defeat at Barrow’s Earnest Pass Memorial Ground on Saturday, succumbing to 99 all out in reply to Barrow’s 168 all out despite a wonderful spell of 6-13 from 15-year-old Lloyd Smith.
High-flying Longridge were nine-wicket winners over Torrisholme on Saturday.