SAM Pinnegor reached a major milestone for Kirkby United when he helped send them top of the Furness Premier League Premier Division in their 5-2 win over Walney Island reserves.

Pinnegor bagged four of the home side’s goals, taking him to 50 goals in fewer than two seasons for the club, with Huw Barton getting Kirkby’s other

Andy Litherland and Kane Moffet, who also missed a penalty, replied for Walney.

They are now three points clear of Croftlands Park, who suffered only their second league defeat of the season after losing 5-2 to Vickerstown reserves.

Matt Dean and Lewis Jones scored for Croftlands but Andy Higginson (2) Tom Dawson, Kodi Hammond and Kyle Beach secured the points.

Reigning champions Hawcoat Park are in striking distance as they beat Britannia 2-1 at Redwaters. Tom Hammond scored both Hawcoat’s goals and Sean Derby replied for The Brit.

Dalton United reserves stay bottom after going down 3-2 to Holker Old Boys reserves. David Cook, Nath McHugh and Jamie Hodgson netted for Holker.

Barrow Celtic lost 2-1 at Swarthmoor. Mark Treen scored for Celtic but it was youngster Harry Fine who took the plaudits with a fine solo goal for Swarthmoor, while Luke Armstrong also finished well.

Millom reserves and Furness Cavaliers reserves drew 0-0 at Hanna Field.

Dan Turner grabbed five to help ensure Barrow Wanderers stayed top of Division One after a 12-0 demolition of Barrow Celtic reserves.

Along with Turner's haul, Kyle McCormick (2) Sam Johnson, Dylan Scullion, Harry Speirs, James Fitch and Lewis Waterson were all on target for Wanderers too.

British Legion are second in the table, just one point behind the leaders, as they beat Furness Rovers reserves 2-1 thanks to goals from Coen White and Lee Kavanagh. Dan Cunningham was the Rovers marksman.

Bridge United picked up three points following their 3-1 win over Croftlands Park reserves, with Reece Craig, Josh Harris and Callum Kendall the goalscorers on the day.

Mark O’Brien bagged a hat-trick in Millom A’s 5-1 win over Vickerstown A.

Kian McPherson weighed in with the remaining two goals and Millom even scored an own goal to complete the score line.

Askam United reserves and Crooklands Casuals reserves shared an 11-goal thriller which saw hosts Askam win 6-5 and means Crooklands are still rooted to the bottom of the table.

Kirkby United reserves are emulating their first XI by sitting top of their respective league, Division Two, but on Saturday they lost 4-3 away at Barrow Wanderers reserves.

Josh English (2) and Paul Fugler were on target for Kirkby, while Jed Wilkinson (2) Steven Burns and Jordan Wallace secured the win for Wanderers.

Second-placed Holker Old Boys A made the trip to Bootle and came away empty handed after a 5-1 loss.

David Varley, Andrew Knowles, Liam Wilson, Adam Mawson and Aaron Bradley all on target for the hosts, and Tom Park replied in vain for Holker.

Coniston beat Furness Rovers A 4-2 thanks to goals from Robert Warne, Jordan Davill and a double from Callum Bircher. Chris Callister and John Renton scored for Rovers.

Ulverston Rangers reserves put eight past Britannia Res without reply. Ollie Forlizzi (2), Loui Athersmith (2) Kamil Bitner, Curtis McAloone, Kieran Graham and Andy Butler were on target for Rangers.

James Mitchell and Jack Lawson scored a goal each in Walney Island's A team secured a 2-0 win against Millom St James.