Division One of the Furness Premier League is very tightly packed with only three points separating the top five teams.

Soccer Bar have leapt to the top on the back of a 7-1 win against Askam United reserves, Iaian McDonald (2), Zak Gill, Lee Gill, Jamie Denman, Conner Bone and an own goal making up their tally.

Bridge United jumped up to second after a 3-2 win against Ulverston Rangers reserves, who were top of the league at kick-off and now find themselves third. Sam Davies (2) and Josh Greenwood scored for Bridge, while Joel Lackey and Archie Butler were on target for Rangers.

Furness Cavaliers reserves are in fifth spot as they beat Crooklands Casuals reserves 3-1 with goals coming from Adam Goligy, Kier Gibbons and Tom Jackson.

Furness Rovers reserves beat Kirkby United reserves 4-1 thanks to strikes from Ryan Fagan (2), Jase Corkan and Liam Cunningham.

Division Two leaders Coniston secured a second straight high-scoring win by thrashing Barrow Celtic reserves 9-0, Andrew Warne (4), Jack Harris (2) Liam Owen, Rob Muir and Michael Thistlethwaite their marksmen.

Second-placed Barrow Wanderers reserves lost ground as they were beaten 3-2 by Holker Old Boys A. Nath Pye and Ben Dixon scored for Wanderers but goals from Hayden and Chapman Taylor, with a brace taking his tally to eight in his last three games, and Bailey Murrel sealed the points for Holker, who sit third.

Furness Rovers A beat Haverigg United reserves by the odd goal in nine. Gav Scudamore, Greg Waters and Jake Batty (2) scored in vain for Haverigg.

Millom St James beat Walney Island A 2-1 with goals coming from Mark O’Brien and Aaron Giles. Jon Harding replied for Walney.