In the big derby in Division One of the West Lancashire League, Hawcoat Park came out on top with a 3-1 victory over Crooklands Casuals at Longlands Park last Saturday.

Hawcoat emerged victorious thanks to a brace from Frankie Ellis and a Carl Mackay goal, while Ryan Rodgers replied for Crooklands, who remain second-from-bottom in the table, while the visitors are seventh.

Elsewhere in the division, Millom had a come-from-behind 2-1 win against Wyre Villa at Hannah Field. After the visitors opened the scoring, Jamie Pattinson levelled the scores before half-time and Jordan Williams found a winner with 25 minutes remaining. The three points mean Millom are third in the table and are well and truly in the hunt for promotion.

Another team with hopes of going up is Askam United and they drew 1-1 at Milnthorpe Corinthians thanks to a Ben Phizacklea goal. Ulverston Rangers lost 5-1 at high flying Stoneclough, with Sam Pinnegor scoring in vain.

In Division Two, Dalton United lost 1-0 at home to promotion hopefuls Rossendale and Furness Cavaliers also lost 3-2 at home to Longridge Town reserves. Cavs were 2-0 up with only 20 minutes left thanks to goals from Callum Lamb and Macca Woods but a late Longridge fightback saw them score three goals in ten minutes and snatch the win

Furness Rovers' new manager Josh Jones named himself as spot kick taker and the decision paid dividends as his converted penalty meant Rovers drew 1-1 at home to Kendal United.

Holker Old Boys travelled to North West Counties League First Division North leaders Lower Breck, but came away empty handed following a 4-1 defeat in the day's early kick-off.

Holker conceded a minute before the half-time whistle and a minute after the break an own goal made the score 2-0. Breck scored a third before young Tom Dawson struck for Holker to reduce the arrears to 3-1, only for Breck to score their fourth with 20 minutes remaining.

In Division One of the Furness Premier League, Bridge United beat a youthful Furness Cavaliers reserves 6-0. The game was locked 0-0 at half-time, but Reece Craig (3), Hayden Skyrme (2) and Scott Phizacklea did the damage in the second half.

Askam United reserves carried on their good form by thrashing Swarthmoor Social reserves 5-0 thanks to goals from Harvey Irving (2), Kier Shepherd, Connor Atkinson and Lee Irving.

Crooklands Casuals reserves ran riot in their 11-1 victory over Croftlands Park reserves, as Dan Sharpe (3), Corey Gillard (2), Hadley Tunstall, Matthew Jones, Cavan Armstrong, Nathan Petch and Terry Anderson all got in on the goalscoring act. Tom Smith scored the consolation effort for Croftlands.

Millom A team had a 4-1 win at home against Furness Rovers reserves, with Chris Wood (2) and Tyler Maxwell Kelly (2) their marksmen.