CROFTLANDS Park came from two goals down to beat Holker Old Boys 6-2 and go three points clear at the top of the Furness Premier League Premier Division.

Jack Stoker and Jack Furness put Holker ahead, but Dan Toal (2) Charlie Segger (2), Matt Dean and Macca Dixon secured the points for Croftlands.

Hawcoat Park reserves are in second spot following a 2-0 win at Vickerstown reserves. Carl Pearson and Ryan Muncaster were Hawcoat’s goal-scorers.

Bootle were 3-0 winners over Barrow Celtic, with Conner Nuttall, Aaron Bradley and Graham Hartley all on target.

Kirkby United suffered a 4-2 home defeat at the hands of Swarthmoor Social. Matty Bruce and Sam Pinnegor found the net for Kirkby, but an own goal, a Graham Wilcox overhead kick, a Ben Dryden header and a Ben Rhodes volley saw Swarthmoor run away with the points.

Walney Island reserves beat Millom reserves 4-2 at Tummerhill. Andrew Woodburn and Dec Evans capped off good performances with goals for Millom, but Chris Newsham (2), Macca Carr and Seth Storey made sure the points stayed on the Island.

Haverigg United defeated Britannia 3-0 thanks to goals from Anthony Foster, John Chmiel and Craig Armstrong.

And Dalton United reserves picked up their first win of the season at the 14th time of asking with an 8-0 demolition of Furness Cavaliers reserves.

Goal-scorers for Dalton were Keith Holmes (3), Michael Colebrook, George Akred, Jonathan While, Jordan Fisher, and veteran Mike Otto.

In Division One, second-placed Hawcoat A beat league leaders Bridge United 2-0 thanks to goals from Tom Stanwix and Elliot Maxfield.

Hawcoat are now only one point behind Bridge with two games in hand.

British Legion are also within striking distance of the top after they defeated Millom A 5-3.

Paul Williams (2), Conner Bone, Coen White and Tom Gillard were all on target for Legion. Steve Rowe (2) and Noah Robinson replied for Millom.

Barrow Wanderers defeated Vickerstown A 5-1 thanks to goals from Scott McDonald (2), Dan Turner, Kyle McCormick and Ben Johnson.

Furness Rovers Res ran out 3-0 winners away at Barrow Celtic Res, Jason Corkan, Tom Dodd and John Renton on target.

Elsewhere in the division, Swarthmoor reserves lost 3-2 against Crooklands Casuals reserves and Croftlands reserves suffered a 4-2 against Askam United reserves, with Josh Hudson and Tom Smith on target for Croftlands.

KIRKBY United reserves stayed top of Division Two table after they saw off previously-undefeated GSK Ulverston 3-1.

Tom Wildgoose, Tom Harrison and Kieran Ottley on target for Kirkby.

Holker Old Boys A are second following a 2-0 win over Walney Island A team.

Tom Park and Andy Benn were the Holker marksmen.

Furness Rovers A picked had a 2-0 home win over Bootle reserves with goals coming in the form of a Steve McAllister double.

Millom St James went down 4-1 at home to Barrow Wanderers res, with Jordan Lehrle getting the consolation for the hosts.

Jed Wilkinson grabbed a hat-trick for the away side and Tom Cav came off the bench to score with his first touch.

An interesting game took place at Redwaters where Britannia reserves could only start the game with 10 players and were soon 3-0 down to Haverigg United reserves.

Danny Munroe (2) and Reece Gooding found the back of the net for Haverigg.

Brit finally got the full complement onto the park and pulled two goals back through James Holmes and then Conner McPherson, but it was too little too late for the visitors.

Haverigg managed to hold on for the three points in a game well-marshalled by referee Al McPherson.