The first round of the Paul Wilson Memorial Trophy was played at the weekend and there were plenty of goals, including at the Training Pitch, where Furness Rovers reserves lost 3-0 at home to Bridge United.

Thom Bradshaw, Reece Craig and Nath Chapples were all on target to ensure safe passage to round two for the visitors.

At Longlands, Crooklands Casuals reserves lost 3-2 to Millom reserves, for whom Josh Keen (2) and Matt Pachul struck, while Liam Steele and Terry Anderson replied in vain for Cassies.

Furness Cavaliers reserves are also out as they lost 3-1 in a gutsy performance against Bootle. Aaron Bradley (2) and Chris Scott scored for Bootle before Pete Dixon scored a late consolation for Cavs.

Askam United reserves beat Holker Old Boys reserves by the odd goal in seven, Brad Jackson, Ry Brown, Harvey Irvine and Lee Irvine their marksmen.

Haverigg United overcame Dalton United reserves 5-2 at home, with Ricky Donaghue (2), Jamie Cairns, Anthony Foster and John Chimel the Haverigg scorers.

Elsewhere around the Furness Premier League, Division One leaders Hawcoat Park A beat Millom A 2-1 at Hawcoat Lane with their goals coming from Brad Mckenna and Tom Stanwix, Neil Shaw was on target for Millom.

Croftlands Park reserves hammered Ulverston Rangers reserves 8-1 thanks to strikes from Kaine Ryan (2), Charlie Segger (2), Paul Hartley (2), Isaac Prosser and Tom Woodend. Sean Darby scored the consolation effort for Ulverston.

Swarthmoor Social reserves lost 5-3 at home to Kirkby United reserves. Kamil Bitner did all the damage as he helped himself to four goals with Kieran Ottley finishing off the scoring.

Coniston remain top of the Second Division after they saw off the challenge from Britannia reserves with a 3-1 scoreline. Callum Bircher, Andrew Warne and Scott Edmondson were the Coniston scorers, while Dillon James replied for the Brit.

Bootle reserves lost 5-1 at home to Barrow Wanderers reserves, for whom Jed Wilkinson and Jordan Swarbrick both scored braces, while Dave Mutton added the fifth. Alfie Bailey grabbed Bootle’s effort.

Barrow Celtic reserves hammered Millom St James 8-1 thanks to goals from Matty Elliott (3), Derry Groves (2), Darren Dyer, Liam Mawdsley and Will Rimmer.

Walney Island A and Holker Old Boys A drew 2-2. Tom Park and Haydn Chapman scored for Holker and Zak Quayle and goalkeeper turned centre forward Jordan Belcher were on target for Walney.

Haverigg United reserves picked up a well-deserved three points as they thrashed Furness Rovers A 8-2. Jake Batty took the match ball home following his hat trick, with Josh Shaw (2), Josh Graham, Craig Armstrong and Joe Harvey all getting in on the goalscoring act. John Renton scored both consolation goals for Rovers.