Vickerstown picked up their first win of the season with a 6-1 win at Whitehaven in the Premier Division of the West Lancashire League on Tuesday night.

The visitors fell behind to a second-minute strike but goals from Danny Cummings (2), Will McGuire, Brody Luxon, Mike Rushton and Harrison Turner emphatically sealed the points.

Askam United are the early pace setters in Division One and their good form continued with a 3-1 win away at Millom, who themselves were boasting a 100 per cent record prior to the game.

Tony Butler struck first for Askam but Jamie Pattinson levelled matters just before half time.

The visitors were reduced to ten men with 25 minutes remaining but finished the stronger of the sides and two goals in the last ten minutes from Callum Rayner (a penalty) and Ben Phizacklea put Askam on top of the early league table.

Crooklands Casuals picked up their first victory of the season at the fourth attempt as Ben Stoker and Robin Oldfield both scored in a 2-0 win away at Kendal County.

Ulverston Rangers and Hawcoat Park shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Sam Pinnegor netted for Ulverston early in the second half only for substitute Reece Cresswell to equalise for Hawcoat.

Walney Island made it four wins from four in the Second Division following a 4-2 home win against local rivals Dalton United.

Kieran Sollaway and Matt Lockley helped themselves to two goals each before Scott McDonald struck an excellent effort for Dalton.

Gareth Jones then netted after a defensive mix up but it was too late and Walney held on to the points.

Furness Rovers beat Furness Cavaliers 5-2 in the other local derby in Division Two to move up to second in the table behind Walney.

Rob While scored a hat trick, while Ryan Fagan and Liam Shields were also on target. for Rovers before Joe Blackshaw scored two late consolation penalties for Cavs.

Furness Premier League new boys Barrow Wanderers have started life well and sit top of the table following a 5-1 win against Dalton United reserves.

Charlie Andrews marked his debut with two goals, Dan Turner clipped home a sublime chip, Sam Johnson found the back of the net and Moses Helliwell finished off a great team goal.