Vickerstown reserves moved to top spot in the Furness Premier League with a 3-0 win at Barrow Celtic.

Max Green (2) and Brody Luxon were on target for Vickerstown, who are now two points clear of Kirkby, whose game at Dalton United reserves was postponed.

Hawcoat Park reserves sit third in the table after drawing 1-1 with Holker Old Boys reserves. Carl Pearson was the Hawcoat marksman, with Tom Heywood replying for Holker.

Britannia and Haverigg United put on a show for the spectators braving the cold weather with a 13-goal humdinger of a game. Danny Keenan scored four for the Brit, while Jordan Wallace and Sean Sweeney were also on target to make up half a dozen, but Haverigg hit back through Jamie Cairns (3), Ricky Donaghue (2), Luke Chmiel and Anthony Foster to win the game 7-6.

Croftlands Park beat Barrow Wanderers 3-1 thanks to goals from Lewis Jones (2) and Isaac Prosser. Nath Collett had levelled the scores for Wanderers.

Walney Island reserves beat Millom reserves 5-2 in an excellent game at Tummerhill. Millom took the lead through Stephen Bradley, but Walney levelled with a Jordan Hughes strike.

A Kane Moffett free kick put Walney 2-1 ahead and Zach Walker finished off a good move for a 3-1 score which was harsh on Millom, who hit straight back with a superbly taken Josh Keen goal.

In their search for an equaliser, Millom left themselves exposed at the back and conceded two late goals from Walker and Hughes.

Bootle and Swarthmoor Social drew 3-3 at Millholme. Bootle struck through Rob Woodhouse, Graham Hartley and an own goal, but Tyler Spence, Olly Humbly and Will Guy replied for Swarthmoor.