HUW Barton and Matty Bruce both hit hat-tricks to send Kirkby United top of the Furness Premier League Premier Division with an 8-2 win over Millom reserves.

Along with Barton and Bruce’s hauls, Mike Fugler and an own goal made up the Kirkby tally. Theo Wilson and Will Singleton replied in vain for Millom.

Barrow Celtic and Furness Cavaliers reserves shared eight goals in a 4-4 draw at Newby Terrace. Jordan McGarry (2), Jake Marston and Chris Marston were on target for Cavs. Rob Johnson (3) and Zak Parker were the Celtic scorers.

Bottom side Dalton United reserves lost 4-2 at home to Bootle.

Kyle McLean and Moses Helliwell scored for Dalton but Graham Hartley, Steve Pritt, Oliver Smith and Connor Nuttall made sure of the points for Bootle.

Holker Old Boys reserves came from 2-0 down to beat Hawcoat Park reserves 3-2.

Dave Cook, Nath McHugh and Will Speers scored for Holker after Carl Pearson and Carl Mackay had put Hawcoat in the lead.

Swarthmoor Social beat Britannia 6-0, with Ethan Cole and Ollie Hambley scoring two apiece.

Swarthmoor’s other goals game from Ben Dryden and Arron Aston, who netted his first goal for the first team.

Vickerstown reserves beat Walney Island reserves 2-1 in the island derby match. Joe Walker scored for Walney, while Danny Douglas and Max Green were on target for Vickerstown.

In Division One Scott McDonald (2) and Dan Turner fired Barrow Wanderers to a 3-1 win over Swarthmoor Social reserves, a result which sees them stay top of the table.

British Legion are second following their 4-1 win against Barrow Celtic reserves.

Zak Gill scored a hat-trick and Conner Bone was also on target.

Vickerstown A had Phil Athersmith and Craig May to thank for securing their 2-1 win way to Crooklands Casuals reserves.

It was honours even for Millom A and Hawcoat Park A after an eight-goal thriller finished 4-4.

Tom Stanwix (2) Mike Melia and Ryan Muncaster were the Hawcoat scorers.

Paul O’Callaghan (2), Olly Pachul and Conner Hughes replied for Millom.

Kirkby United are still top of the Furness Premier League Division Two table after an emphatic 8-1 win at Britannia reserves.

Josh English bagged a hat-trick for the visitors, while Reece Peterson netted twice.

Christian Peterson, Daniel Lamb and Tom Harrison shared the other goals for the league leaders, and Conner Treen scored the Brit’s consolation.

Ulverston Rangers reserves enjoyed an emphatic win too, beating Coniston 5-1.

Arron Beardsworth and Stuart Smith both doubled up for Ulverston, and Andy Butler got their other. Ben Dugdale scored the consolation for Coniston.

Ulverston are now third in the table on goal difference and they have games in hand on both the side below them and the two teams above them.

Walney Island A lost 2-1 at home to Bootle reserves, with Adam Mawson and Dan Lowery scoring for Bootle.

Walney’s consolation came by way of an own goal.

Sam Lightfoot grabbed a hat-trick for Holker Old Boys A team, but it was still not enough for them as they lost 5-3 against Barrow Wanderers reserves.

Two apiece for Craig McIlvogue and Jed Wilkinson set Wanderers on their way to victory, and David Mutton was the other scorer for them.

That defeat means Holker stay second, one point behind leaders Kirkby and having played two games more.