IT took a mammoth 30 penalties to decide the winner of the Paul Wilson Memorial Trophy tie between Holker Old Boys reserves and Barrow Wanderers.

Holker eventually progressed 15-14 in a shoot-out after it had finished 2-2 between the Furness Premier League outfit and their Division One opponents.

Scott McDonald and Craig McIlvogue were on target for Wanderers, who had a man sent off in the first half.

Holker's A team needed penalties to progress in the Furness Junior Cup too, beating higher-division Walney Island reserves after their second-round tie finished 2-2.

Ben Wallace and Conor Erdis were on target for Holker, with Mike Carr and Connor Carson finding the net for Walney.

Sean Mooney's strike saw Ulverston Rangers become the first team through to this year's Furness Senior Cup final on Thursday evening.

The game against Hawcoat Park at the neutral venue of Rakesmoor Lane started off at breakneck speed, with Rangers having an early chance cleared off the line.

Hawcoat grew into the game and looked to have made the tactical switches to give them the edge, but Ulverston took the lead through a superb header from Mooney and were never really threatened by any meaningful Hawcoat efforts.

Rangers broke a couple of times towards the end, but could not capitalise when they had plenty of numbers over in attack. However, they had done enough to secure a 1-0 win and a place in the final.

Ulverston await the winners of tomorrow night's semi-final between Vickerstown reserves and Walney Island at Rakesmoor Lane, which kicks off at 7pm.