THE Furness District FA Cup competitions took priority for many of the Barrow & District Junior League teams over the weekend.

Furness Cavaliers were the big winners in the under-12s competition, moving into the semi-finals with a 15-1 win over Holker Old Boys.

Meanwhile, Millom beat Hawcoat Park 2-0 on penalties following a goalless draw to set up a semi-final with Crooklands Casuals, who were given a walkover.

In the league, Swarthmoor followed up the weekend's 3-2 win away to Walney Island with a midweek 3-1 success at home to Ulverston Rangers.

Holker rebounded with a 1-0 win at home to Walney and Cavs beat Crooklands 4-2.

The Furness District under-14 cup saw Furness Rovers defeat Millom 7-0 and Vickerstown overcome Hawcoat Park Dynamos under-13s 7-2.

In the league, Crooklands and their Crusaders under-13s clubmates were beaten 5-0 by Holker Old Boys Red and Furness Cavaliers respectively.

Holker's under-16s are the first team through to the Furness District final in their age group after beating Hawcoat 2-1 midweek.

Progressing to the other semi-final over the weekend were Swarthmoor, following a 5-4 penalty shootout win over Hawcoat under-15s, and Cavs after they beat Walney 4-1.

Dalton cemented their place atop of the South Lakes Girls League under-14s with a 4-1 win at Wattsfield.

The under-11s stayed top of the under-12s League Cup standings too with a 4-2 win at Kendal United, while Barrow Celtic beat Wattsfield United 5-1.