Bootle lost their 100 per cent record in the Furness Premier League as they were beaten 3-2 at home by Walney Island reserves, who in turn claimed their first win.

It all seemed to be going to the form book as Bootle opened up a two-goal lead thanks to a Liam Wilson strike and a Steve Pritt penalty, but Jordan Hughes, Kyle Carter and Luca Fleming all scored in a great comeback win.

Bootle remain top of the table on goal difference but are joined on the same number of points by Kirkby United, who beat Britannia 1-0 thanks to a stoppage-time winner from Matty Bruce.

Haverigg United leapfrogged Barrow Wanderers into third and also put a stop to their 100 per cent record with a 3-1 win at Wilson Park. Paul Barker, Jamie Cairns and an own goal made up the Haverigg tally, while Lewis Waterston scored for Wanderers.

Vickerstown reserves hammered Holker Old Boys reserves 8-2, with Max Green (2) Danny Douglas (2) Kodi Hammond, Adam Hipkiss and two great efforts from Mark Foster and Ben Spencer, both from around the halfway line, securing the points for the hosts.

Swarthmoor Social and Dalton United reserves drew 3-3 to share the points, with Graham Wilcox and Tyler Spence (2) on target for Swarthmoor, and Danny Leech (2) and Chris Dawson the Dalton scorers.

Millom reserves lost 6-3 at home to Barrow Celtic, for whom Stu Thompson scored a hat-trick, Matthew France and Rob Johnson got a goal each and Callum Batty scored a screamer.

Hawcoat Park A are top of Division One with three wins from three, but they had to dig deep in a 5-4 win over Bridge United. Matty Pickering (2) Elliot Maxfield, Tom Stanwix and Christian Scott the Hawcoat scorers, with Haydn Skyrme, Josh Greenwood, Callum Kendall and Jason Borwick almost doing enough to earn a point for Bridge.

Ulverston Rangers reserves sit second in the table just two points off the pace as they beat Furness Cavaliers reserves 4-2, Kamil Bitner (2) Luke McCracken and an own goal making up the Ulverston tally.

Crooklands Casuals reserves lost 4-1 at home to Furness Rovers reserves, with Josh Jones bagging all four for Furness.

Tom Woodend scored for Croftlands Park reserves as they lost 3-1 against Askam United reserves.