The first ties in this season's Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy took place last Saturday and among the teams through were Furness Premier League champions Croftlands Park, who ran out 4-0 winners against Haverigg United.

Matt Dean was in unstoppable form for Croftlands, as he scored all four goals at Cavendish Park to put his side through to the quarter finals.

Bootle, who had won this competition for the last two seasons, crashed out at the first time of asking, as they were defeated 2-0 by Hawcoat Park reserves, for whom Ryan Magatoto and Dillan Ellis were the scorers.

Holker Old Boys reserves beat Britannia 3-2 after a superb comeback. Danny Keenan put the Brit 2-0 up, but a Jordan Brough double and a Ben Wright effort sealed the win for Holker.

Two goals from Joe Kavanagh and a Kieron Ottley strike gave Kirkby United a 3-1 win against Barrow Wanderers. Dylan Scullion had levelled matters for Wanderers, but Kirkby proved too strong in the latter stages of the game.

Walney Island reserves beat Swarthmoor Social 4-3 in stoppage time at Tummerhill. Seth Storey, Kane Moffet, and a Jordan Hughes brace won the game for Walney, while Tyler Spence (2) and Ben Rhodes were on target for Swarthmoor.

Barrow Celtic beat Millom reserves 3-1 in the Bargain Booze Furness Premier League thanks to goals from Stu Thompson (2) and Derry Greaves. Dave Cooper replied for Millom.

Hawcoat Park A remain top of the First Division thanks to their 3-2 win against Bridge United. Lee Upton, Sam Johnson and Tom Stanwix scored for Hawcoat, with Reece Craig and Lee Harkin on target for Bridge.

Millom A beat Crooklands Casuals reserves 2-1, with Ryan Edgelar and Neil Shaw their scorers and Callum McGovern replying for Cassies.

Swarthmoor reserves beat Croftlands Park reserves 4-2 thanks to a Louis Wagstaff hat-trick and a goal from 16-year-old Joe Carroll.

Kirkby United reserves beat Ulverston Rangers reserves 7-6 in an extraordinary 13-goal thriller, following a remarkable comeback. Reis Sharpe (3), Kamil Bitner, Joel Lackey and Luke McCracken had put Ulverston 6-4 up with only minutes remaining, but goals from Andrew Benson (3), Henry Armer (2), Chris Peterson and Tom Harrison sealed the win for Kirkby.

Furness Cavaliers reserves lost 5-0 at Askam United reserves.

In Division Two, Barrow Wanderers reserves closed the gap on league leaders Coniston to three points thanks to a thumping 6-1 win at home to Walney Island A.

The same can be said of Britannia reserves, who ran out 3-1 winners against Furness Rovers A.

The other two games produced a couple of thrilling 3-3 draws as Bootle reserves claimed a point at Hvaerigg United reserves, while Millom St James were held by Holker Old Boys A.