West Lancashire First Division side Millom are safely through to the quarter finals of the Furness Senior Cup after hammering Furness Premier League opponents Haverigg United 7-0.

Jamie Pattinson (2) Dave Harfoot, Carl Waters, Lee Postlethwaite, Theo Dreghorn and player manager Danny Pattinson were the Millom scorers against their visitors from down the road.

Two quarter final fixtures were were also played at the weekend with, Kirkby United and Hawcoat Park both booking a semi-final berth.

Kirkby beat Holker Old Boys reserves 6-3 in a terrific encounter, thanks to goals from Tom Wildgoose (2), Connor Saunders (2) Matty Bruce and Mitch Smith. Troy Magee, Jordan Brough and Max Dixon replied for Holker.

In an all-West Lancs fixture Hawcoat beat Dalton United 3-1, as Hakan McCracken scored a brace and Frankie Ellis also got on the scoresheet, with Keith Holmes scoring Dalton’s consolation.

After some patchy form of late, Holker Old Boys had slipped down to the bottom half of the North West Counties First Division North table but they were in magnificent form as they put high flyers Daisy Hill to the sword by beating them 8-0 at Rakesmoor Lane.

Tom Dawson (2), Nathan Reid, Sam Joel an own goal and a hat-trick from substitute Brandon Collins did the considerable damage for the hosts.

A Will McGuire goal couldn’t stop Vickerstown losing 4-1 against the West Lancs Premier Division leaders Fulwood Amateurs. Dave Round’s men will now be looking to put a run together to get them out of the relegation places.

In the local derby in the First Division, Crooklands Casuals beat Askam United 4-3 in a pulsating game at Longlands. Askam were 2-0 up inside ten minutes as Lee Irving found the back of the net on both occasions.

Ryan Rodgers got Cassies a foothold in the game on the half-hour mark and Ben Stoker equalised just after half time.

Only a minute after equalising, Crooklands conceded an own goal but they weren’t done and in the last 15 minutes of the game Lloyd Williams and Jasper Carey scored to take the points for Cassies.

On a horrendous day for travelling due to roadworks on the M6, Ulverston Rangers lost 2-1 at Croston, with James Pinnegor their scorer.