Last year's beaten finalists Walney Island are through to the semi finals of the Furness Senior Cup on the back of a 4-0 win over Holker Old Boys reserves.

Steve Brennan opened the scoring before Zach Walker grabbed a double, which was followed up by Matt Lockley heading home to seal the win.

All four quarter finals of the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy took place at the weekend for the Furness Premier League Premier Division sides.

Barrow Celtic are in the hat for the semis after Stuey Thompson netted twice and a Mark Treen struck as well to help them to see off Swarthmoor Social 3-0.

Premier Divison leaders Bootle join them in the next round following their 2-1 win in a derby clash with Haverigg United. Graham Hartley and Oliver Smith scored a goal each for Bootle, while Craig Armstrong replied for Haverigg.

A hat-trick from Paul Cleasby was the difference on the day as Kirkby United overcame Vickerstown reserves 5-2.

Matty Bruce and Sam Pinnegor were also on target for Kirkby, and Max Green and Kodi Hammond were the Vickerstown marksmen.

Millom reserves complete the line-up for the semi finals after they easily dispatched Walney's reserves 6-1 thanks to goals from Josh Keen (2), Tyler Maxwell-Kelly, Joe Dobson, Chris Wood and Aaron Giles. Kane Moffett was the man on target for Walney.

Ulverston Rangers reserves are through to the quarter-final stage of the Horne Cup after a convincing 11-1 win against Millom St James.

Caine Taylor led the way with a hat-trick for Ulverston, with Kamil Bitner and substitute Phil Dixon adding two apiece.

Single strikes from Andy Butler, Stu Smith, Archie Butler, Alex Foster wrapped up an emphatic win for Ulverston, while Dom Heasley scored Millom’s consolation goal.

Kirkby reserves are also in the hat for the next round after overcoming Haverigg reserves 3-0. Christian Petersen, Joe Kavanagh and Tom Harrison were all on target in that match.

The other scheduled Horne Cup tie for Saturday between Britannia reserves and Holker Old Boys A was postponed, with a new date to be confirmed.

There are several outstanding ties still to be played in the second round of the Horne Cup, with the next matches taking place on March 23.

They see Bootle reserves welcoming Hawcoat Park A and Walney A at home to British Legion.

Two more matches take place one week later when Bridge United host Swarthmoor reserves and Askam United reserves are at home to Barrow Wanderers.