IT IS all change at the top of the Furness Premier League Premier Division after Kirkby United fell to a surprise 4-2 defeat away to Walney Island reserves.

Sam Pinnegor and Matty Bruce were on target for Kirkby, but Kane Moffet, Connor Carson, Kieran Solloway and Josh Huitson gave the home side the points.

Instead, Bootle now sit top of the table following their 2-1 win at Holker Old Boys reserves, with Kyle Evans and Oliver Smith netting for Bootle, and Callum Baynes replying for Holker.

Those results saw Bootle move two points clear of their rivals, although they have now played two games more than Kirkby.

Vickerstown reserves are third in the table and will not be counting themselves out of the race after an 8-2 win against Haverigg United, which saw them close the gap on the top two to six points with games in hand on both teams above them.

Max Green and Will McGuire both scored hat-tricks and Tom Dawson also bagged two. Craig Armstrong and Ricky Jeynes replied for Haverigg.

In the other Premier Division game, Millom reserves beat Britannia 2-0, with goals coming from Josh Keen and Chris Wood.

Meanwhile, the matches between Dalton United and Hawcoat Park reserves, Furness Cavaliers reserves and Barrow Celtic, and Swarthmoor Social and Croftlands Park were all postponed.

Barrow Wanderers are now top of Division One after they won the battle of the top two against British Legion 2-1.

Kyle McCormick and Dan Turner were on target for Wanderers, and Zak Gill scored the Legions goal.

Croftlands Park reserves drew 2-2 with Crooklands Casuals reserves, with Isaac Prosser and Ryan Ireland the Croftlands’s marksmen. Hawcoat Park A defeated Furness Rovers A 3-0 thanks to goals from Christian Scott, Tom Stanwix and Ryan Muncaster.

Barrow Celtic versus Swarthmoor reserves and Vickerstown A versus Millom A were both postponed.

Division Two action saw Walney A travel to Bootle reserve, which ended with both teams going home with a point following a 1-1 draw.

Karl Wright scored for the hosts, and Walney’s reply came by way of an own goal by David Varley. Coniston beat Britannia reserves 3-1 thanks to goals from Jason Grave (2) and Andrew Warne.

Haverigg reserves and Holker Old Boys A played out a 1-1 draw at Wilson Park, with Danny Munroe scoring for the home side. Conor Erdis was on target from the penalty spot for Holker.

The other two scheduled matches in the division were postponed.