Holker Old Boys’ solid start to the season in the North West Counties League continued on Tuesday night after a tough midweek trip to AFC Blackpool saw them share the points following a 1-1 draw.

Holker fell behind to a 17th minute strike, but a Jamie Mellen free kick just before half time levelled the scores and the second half saw no further goals added.

Since their opening day defeat Holker have now gone three games unbeaten picking up seven points, ahead of tomorrow’s home game against Ashton Town.

In the Premier Division of the West Lancashire League, Vickerstown picked up another valuable three points in their 6-2 home win against Whitehaven.

Rob Bruce (2), Danny Cummings (2), Brody Luxon and Jackson Round all found the back of the net in a thumping win for Vickerstown.

In Division One, Askam United got back to winning ways with a 1-0 victory of local rivals Hawcoat Park, as a Ben Phizacklea goal just before half-time proved to be the winner.

Crooklands Casuals beat Millom 4-3 in a thriller at Longlands. Ben Stoker struck early to put Cassies 1-0 up but Ben McDonald and Jamie Pattinson both found the net within minutes of each other to put Millom 2-1 ahead.

Dave Mansergh then took centre stage and scored a perfect hat-trick in a 20-minute spell either side of half-time.

Millom scored their third by way of an own goal in the 86th minute, but Cassies held on to take all three points.

Ulverston Rangers were also in a high-scoring game as they visited Kendal County, but they came away on the wrong end of a 5-3 scoreline.

Kendal raced into a 2-0 lead, but goals from Jack Gardner, Zach Milby and Mark Jackson put Ulverston 3-2 ahead. Kendal finished the stronger of the two sides and scored three goals in the last half hour.

Walney won the local derby in Division Two against Furness Rovers at Tummerhill 1-0. Rovers had the better of the early exchanges in a half of few chances and the second half continued in the same vain.

Kieran Sollaway missed a gilt-edged chance with the goal at his mercy and it looked like the game was heading for a 0-0 draw until Walney were awarded a penalty in added time.

Steve Brennan scored from the spot in what turned out to be the last kick of the game to continue the Islanders’ 100 per cent record after six games.

Dalton United and Furness Cavaliers played out a 1-1 draw at Railway Meadow, Reece Forbes was on target for Dalton, Callum Lamb scored for Cavs.