JACK McGrillan and Gregg Sharp got the goals as Hawcoat Park reserves won 2-0 away to Dalton United in the Furness Premier League Premier Division.

Croftlands Park picked up three points and are right in the mix for the title on the back of their 8-1 at home against Britannia.

Chris Wraighte and Matt Dean got two apiece, with Ben Parkinson, Andy Currie, Ryan Ireland and Tom Pavett also on the scoresheet. Declan Wallis scored Britannia’s consolation effort.

The result means Croftlands are five points off the summit, but have three games in hand over the league leaders Bootle.

Barrow Wanderers are still top of Division One following their 5-0 win at home against Askam United reserves.

Jordan Wallace took the match-ball home after bagging a hat-trick, while Scott McDonald and Andy Forristal were also on target. Wanderers are firmly in the driving seat and results elsewhere on the day further cemented their tag as favourites for the title.

Second-placed Hawcoat A lost 3-2 against Vickerstown A. Oscar Lynch and Emmanuel Longe were on target for Hawcoat, and Stu Tippet, Kev Baharmanesh and Jay Rutherford were the Vickerstown scorers.

Third-placed British Legion also dropped points as they drew 2-2 with Swarthmoor Social reserves, with Coen White and Paul Williams on target for the Legion.

Bridge United went down 4-0 at home to Millom A, with the away side's goals coming from Mark O'Brien, Jon Patton, Dan Seward and Kieran Thompson.

Bottom side Crooklands Casuals Res beat Croftlands Res 4-0 with goals from Mike Hargreaves (2), Ross Coulson and Sam Johnson. They have three games left to stave off relegation and are now only a point from safety.

Barrow Wanderers reserves are up to second spot in the Division Two table after they picked up all three points by beating Furness Rovers A 3-2. Jed Wilkinson (2) and Sean Balfour were on target for Wanderers, while Chris Herbert and Kai Miah replied for Rovers.

Coniston had a field day against Walney A as they ran out 7-1 winners, with goals from Callum Bircher, Paddy Maher, Mike Thistlethwaite, Andrew Warne, Rob Muir and a Jason Grave double. Carl Hill was the Walney Island marksman.