West Lancashire League Division Two leaders Walney Island had a late kick off under floodlights at Burnley United after a ridiculous four-hour journey but came away with the three points thanks to a 2-1 victory.

Kieran Solloway put Walney in front but they conceded early in the second half. The visitors chucked everything at Burnley but it looked like the points were going to be shared until James Bailey popped up in the 86th minute with another headed goal to steal the win.

Furness Cavaliers were masters of their own downfall at Mill Hill St Peters, as they lost 2-1 with Callum Lamb on target but Cavs also missed a penalty and hit the woodwork no less than four times.

In the Furness Premier League, Hawcoat Park reserves moved level on points with leaders Vickerstown reserves after a 4-1 win at Britannia FC. Carl Pearson scored a hat-trick and Ryan Magatoto was also on target, while Jordan Wallace replied in vain for the Brit.

The top two in the First Division both registered wins on Saturday. Leaders Soccer Bar beat Furness Rovers reserves 2-1 with goals coming from Zak Gill and Jamie Denman. Reece Vaughan was on target for Rovers.

Bridge United stay second and they beat Croftlands Park reserves 4-3 thanks to a Sam Davies hat trick and a Reece Craig strike.

Millom A beat Swarthmoor Social reserves 4-1 with Neil Shaw bagging a hat-trick and Craig Redhead also on target.

Coniston only need a point to mathematically secure the Second Division title after they beat Bootle reserves 5-1. Andrew Warne took the match ball home after his hat trick, while Rob Muir and Jason Grave also on target. Neil Fell will remember the game as he scored his first goal for Bootle.

Holker Old Boys A beat Haverigg United reserves 3-2 with goals coming from Conor Erdis (2) and Sol Stanway. Joe Harvey and Craig Armstrong were the Haverigg marksmen.