Barrow Celtic beat Walney Island reserves 5-3 at Newby Terrace in the Furness Premier League last Saturday as they moved up to seventh in the table.

Celtic's goals came from Stu Thompson, Hugh McParland, Mark Treen and Jono France (2), while Walney's efforts were from Connor Carson (2) and Nath Ducie.

Barrow Wanderers lost 5-2 at home to Hawcoat Park reserves, for whom Declan Ellis, Jordan Rooney, Sam Jefferson, Lewis Turner and Tom Hammond were all on target. Dan Turner and Ross Shields replied for a Wanderers side that found themselves 3-0 down inside the first ten minutes.

Millom reserves beat Dalton United reserves 4-1 at Railway Meadow thanks to goals from Andrew Woodburn, Josh Keen (2) and Jordan Lehrle, with Dalton's reply an own goal.

Holker Old Boys reserves lost 3-2 at home to Vickerstown reserves, who had Max Green, Ben Spencer and Andy Higginson all on target. Two goals from Connor Erdis were not enough for Holker.

Haverigg United's game against Britannia in the Furness Senior Cup was abandoned after a serious injury to Haverigg’s Richard Conway, who everyone wishes a speedy recovery.

Hawcoat Park A remain top of Division One as they saw off Millom A 6-2 thanks to goals from Matty Pickering (2), Sam Johnstone (2), Elliot Maxfield and Kane Fleming.

Ulverston Rangers reserves are hot on Hawcoat's heels as they beat Crooklands Casuals reserves 5-2 with goals coming from Kamil Bitner (2), Zach Mooney, Dan Hall and Reis Sharp. Lewis Sullivan and Terry Anderson replied for Crooklands.

Furness Cavaliers res beat Askam United reserves 5-3 at Rampside Road with goals coming from Tom Jackson (2), Freddie Burrows, Robbie Bell and Liam Hardman.

Kirkby United reserves also had a high scoring win as they dispatched Swarthmoor Social reserves 6-3, with goals from Huw Barton (2), Kieran Ottley, Dan Marshall, Pete Petersen and an own goal making up their half-dozen. Josh English (2) and Willy Mansell replied for Swarthmoor.

Soccer Bar beat Bridge United 4-2, with Conner Bone (2), Zak Gill and Damian Minnican their marksmen, as Marcus Robinson and Sam Davies replied for Bridge.

Britannia reserves are the early pacesetters in Division Two with three wins from three games and they continued their good run with a 3-0 win against Haverigg reserves.

Dillon James, Jordan Umar and Thomas Oakes were the Brit scorers as their side moved three points clear at the top of the table.