Ulverston Rangers suffered a disappointing result in Division One of the West Lancashire League last Saturday, as they fell to a 1-0 home defeat against Kendal County.

The match at Glaxo Sports Club was decided when Bailey Carlos struck the winner for the visitors with 11 minutes left.

Millom lost ground on the leaders as they lost 1-0 t home to Stoneclough, as the well-travelled Mark Truffas scored a penalty with 20 minutes remaining to decide the tie.

Askam United lost 4-0 at top of the table Lostock St Gerards, whose goalscorers were Sam Farrow, Adam Stammers, Phil Stokes and Wes Alexander.

There was better news for Hawcoat Park, however, as they beat Wyre Villa 2-0 thanks to goals from Jamie Hodgson and Carl Mackay.

Vickerstown suffered a 1-0 defeat away at Blackpool Wren Rovers which leaves them three points adrift at second-from-bottom of the Premier Division.

Dave Round's side looked like they had done enough to earn a point when the referee inexplicably gave a penalty for a foul outside the box with only minutes remaining, which Carl Eastwood converted.

In Division Two, leaders Walney Island beat Mill Hill St Peters 5-1 with their goals coming from two of their bright young prospects in James Bailey (3) and Zach Walker (2). However, the game was marred by a last-minute injury to Ben Tiffney who dislocated his knee after falling awkwardly, let’s hope he has a quick recovery.

Furness Rovers had an excellent 2-1 win at Freckleton, where player manager Josh Jones scored a first half penalty before grabbing the winner with only minutes remaining.

Furness Cavaliers fell to a 3-0 defeat at Charnock Richard reserves, whose struck through Wilfred Nguethe, Liam McNally and Kieran Tickle.

In the North West Counties League, Holker Old Boys were denied the chance to back up the previous week's 8-0 hammering of Daisy Hill, as their match at Ashton Town was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

In a hugely rain-affected Furness League programme, only two fixtures took place.

In the First Division, Askam United reserves thrashed Crooklands Casuals reserves 7-1 with their goals coming from Brad Jackson (3), Scott Steele, Dec Kell, Lewis Gribbin and Matty Gribbin. Callum Leach replied in vain for Crooklands.

Haverigg United reserves beat Walney Island A 4-1 in the Second Division, as Jake Batty fired home a hat-trick and Joe Harvey was also on target. Kane Moffett replied from the spot for Walney.