THE Paul Wilson Memorial Trophy took centre stage over the weekend and it was Askam United reserves who scored the upset of the day.

The Furness Premier League Division One side saw off Premier Division outfit Dalton United reserves 3-0 to move into the quarter-finals.

Croftlands Park are into the last eight too after an emphatic 7-3 win over Bootle in which Matt Dean helped himself to five goals.

Jordan McGarry and Tom Pavett were also on target for Croftlands, and Graham Hartley (2) and Steve Pritt got Bootle's goals.

Kirkby United drew 3-3 with Swarthmoor Social, but won the penalty shoot-out. Sam Pinnegor, Joe Kavanagh and Paul Cleasby scored in normal time for Kirkby. Reece Rigg, and Ben Rhodes and Sam Wager replied.

Haverigg United are also through after a 2-1 win at Vickerstown reserves. Bradley Maine and Jamie Cairns were the Haverigg marksmen, and Ben Spencer was on target for Vickerstown.

Bridge United completed the quarter-finals line-up after beating Crooklands Casuals reserves 6-0 thanks to Lee Harkin (2) Sam Davies, Nathan Chapples, Jordan White and Thomas Bradshaw.

In the Premier Division, Barrow Cetic won 3-2 away to Hawcoat Park reserves. Tom Hammond and Lee Upton netted for Park, but two from Stu Thompson and an own goal sealed the win.

Walney Island reserves picked up three points following a 6-1 win over Britannia in which Kane Moffett scored a hat-trick.

Zach Walker scored two and Mike Carr added one, while Lee Frith scored a consolation.

The Horne Cup second round saw Hawcoat Park A score a convincing 7-0 win at Bootle reserves. In the other game Walney Island A beat British Legion in a game where first-team manager Steve McCullough was the hero in the penalty shoot-out, saving two and scored the winner.

Jon Harding put Walney ahead only for Legion to equalise with a second-half penalty. In the last five minutes, Walney were reduced to 10 men and Legion missed a penalty as it finished 1-1.

Kirkby reserves beat Haverigg reserves 1-0 in a Furness Junior Cup tie thanks to Tom Harrison.

In Division One, Furness Rover reserves beat Swarthmoor reserves 2-0 thanks to Liam Cunningham and Ash Allenby. Division Two title-chasers Ulverston Rangers reserves beat Holker Old Boys A 4-1 with goals from Joel Lackey, Stu Smith, Kamil Bitner and Oliver Forlizzi. Kieran Barrett replied for Holker.

Furness Rovers A beat Coniston 2-1 thanks to Jake Simpson and Jack Roberts. Rob Warne found the net for Coniston.