In the Furness Premier League Kirkby United are still the team to catch, but Croftlands Park took a point off them after a 2-2 draw at Cavendish Park.

Tom Wildgoose and Alfie Thorpe were the Kirkby scorers. Tom Woodend and Matt Dean replied for the hosts.

Haverigg United moved into second spot with a 3-1 win against Walney Island reserves thanks to two goals from Jamie Cairns and another from Richie Conway.

Hawcoat Park reserves had a convincing 7-0 win against Barrow Wanderers thanks to goals from Jack Milburn (2), Sam Jefferson (2), Jake Rees, Sam Beattie and Harry Smith.

Dalton United reserves beat Britannia 3-2 with goals coming from Aaron Quayle and Fraser Shand (2). Jordan Wallace and Danny Keenan were on target for The Brit.

Millom Reserves are still at the wrong end of the table as they lost 3-1 at Swarthmoor Social, for whom Pete Spence, Ben Rhodes and a Sam Wager wonder strike did the damage.

Division One pacesetters Hawcoat Park A saw their 100 per cent record come to an end, but they are still unbeaten after a 1-1 draw at Furness Rovers reserves. Elliott Maxfield was on target for Hawcoat, while Jack Roberts replied for Rovers.

Bridge United are second in the table after a 7-2 win at home against Askam United reserves, with Josh Greenwood (3), Jordan White (2), Sam Davies and Josh Harris all finding the net.

Crooklands Casuals reserves lost 4-3 at home to Swarthmoor reserves. Goals from Lewis Sullivan, Benson Moncrief and a Callum McGovern penalty were not enough for Cassies, as James Taylor bagged a hat trick and Paul Thompson also found the back of the net for Swarthmoor. Soccer Bar beat Furness Cavaliers 3-2. Robbie Bell and Jake Dougan scored for a young Cavs side.

In Division Two, Barrow Wanderers reserves have maximum points from their first two games and they beat Furness Rovers A 9-2, as Jed Wilkinson (2), Stephen Burns (2), Mohamed Soliman, David Mutton, Nathan Pattinson and Jamie White shared out the goalscoring duties.

Bootle reserves drew 3-3 with Haverigg reserves at Millholme. Bradley Troughton, Chris Scott and Ellis McGlennon were on target for Bootle, with Daniel Munroe, Dillon Edgaler and Matthew Pennington replying for Bootle.

Holker Old Boys A beat Barrow Celtic reserves by the odd goal in seven, with Conor Erdis (2) Ben Wallace and Saul Kemp their Holker scorers. Nath Hammond and Chris Treen (2) were on target for Celtic.