In the Premier Division of the West Lancashire League, a Dave Round Jnr double wasn’t enough to stop Vickerstown losing 5-2 at home to Lytham Town last Saturday.

Ross Ainsworth proved to be Vickerstown's tormentor in chief during the afternoon as he scored a hat-trick, while Ben Bradley and Tom Bell were the other men on target for Lytham.

Askam United had a good day on the road at Eagley as a 3-1 win moved them to within one point of the summit in Division One.

Harvey Irving and Jordan Rayner (2) were on target for Askam, who leapfrogged Milnthorpe Corinthians after their 3-2 loss at Millom.

Jamie Pattinson and Theo Dreghorn put Millom 2-0 up but Milnthorpe drew level early in the second half before Phil Edmondson popped up to score the winner against a previously undefeated side.

Ulverston Rangers drew 1-1 at Wyre Villa thanks to an Andy Whiteford goal that was eventually cancelled out by Rob Norton's equaliser.

Hawcoat Park lost 2-1 in heartbreaking fashion against league leaders Horwich St Marys Victoria.

Carl Pearson put Hawcoat 1-0 up midway through the first half and it looked as if they were holding on for all three points until Horwich found an equaliser in the 88th minute.

Worse was to follow for the home side as a last- minute penalty for the visitors saw them take maximum points.

Walney Island's 100 per cent start to the season in Division Two came to an end in their eighth game of the campaign at Kendal United as they drew 2-2 after a strong comeback.

Kendal were 2-0 up after half an hour and it could have been more, but Walney rallied before the break and Joe Pearson struck a great volley for 2-1. Matt Lockley's superb header then levelled the scores and that’s how the game finished.

Furness Rovers beat Chipping 2-0 on the Training Pitch thanks to goals from Richie Sandham and Ryan Fagan, while Dalton United picked up their first three points of the season with a 2-0 win away at Burnley United.

A Callum Lamb goal was the only positive as Furness Cavaliers lost 6-1 at Rossendale.

Holker Old Boys were knocked out of the FA Vase at the first qualifying round when they went down 4-1 away at Easington Colliery to taste defeat for the second time in a week.

Tom Dawson put the visitors ahead with a goal on the 20-minute mark but Holker were 2-1 down before the half-time whistle and conceded two further goals in the last half hour.