In the Bargain Booze Furness Premier League, Bootle beat Holker Old Boys reserves 3-2 at Millholme, in one of the three Premier Division games to take place at the weekend.

Holker raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to a Jamie Hodgson double but the home side came storming back, with goals from Graham Hartley, Steve Pritt and Rob Woodhouse gave them all three points.

It also gave Bootle their third league win in a row, as their season continues to recover from a sticky start.

Britannia were the latest side to defeat Dalton United reserves, who remain without a point this season after 13 games, as Liam Holmes, Danny Logan, Charlie Shaw and Mark Heseltine all scored in an emphatic 5-0 win.

The result allowed them to leapfrog three teams in the division and up to eighth in the table, while also putting their 13-1 defeat at Bootle in the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy behind them.

Swarthmoor Social were another team to pick up three points after their 3-2 win against Millom reserves. Charlie Price, Ollie Hambley and debutant Reece Rigg all found the back of the net, with Kyle Jones and Andrew Woodburn replying in vain for Millom.

The hosts were the highest-placed team to take to the field on Saturday, with the top five all having the weekend off, and they moved themselves level on points with Vickerstown reserves, with only goal difference now separating them.

Bridge United are still top of the pile in the First Division of the Furness Premier League after their 2-1 win against Swarthmoor Social reserves last Saturday.

Reece Craig and Callum Kendall scoring for Bridge to move their side four points clear at the summit.

British Legion had a resounding 5-0 win over Croftlands Park reserves, with Connor Bone (2), Zak Gill, Lee Gill and Paul Williams on target for the hosts.

A David Moore strike gave Millom A all three points in a 1-0 win over Askam United reserves.

Hawcoat Park A and Furness Rovers reserves played out a 0-0 draw at Hawcoat, as the second-placed hosts fell off the pace slightly.

Vickerstown A defeated Crooklands reserves 4-3, in the battle of the bottom two teams, after Brody Luxon fired home a hat trick, while Tyler Swales also on target.

Three league games took place in Division Two and with leaders Kirkby reserves not in action, second-placed Holker Old Boys A closed the gap to a point after their 3-2 win over Furness Rovers A.

Conor Erdis (2) and Rio Selby were the Holker scorers, while Chris Paton and Steve McAllister replied for Rovers.

Barrow Wanderers reserves saw off Bootle reserves 4-2, thanks to goals from Scott McDonald (2) Stephen Burns and Barrow AFC youth team player Lewis Waterston. Kyle Evans and Callum Brown replied for Bootle.

Coniston and Millom St James shared the spoils following a 2-2 draw. Jason Grave and John Jardine found the net for Coniston, with Jordan Lehrle and Keenan Pugh replying for Millom.