HOLDERS Kirkby United will be in the draw for the second round of the Paul Wilson Trophy after a second half masterclass saw them run out 10-3 winners against Hawcoat Park reserves.

Sam Pinnegor opened the scoring with a deflected shot from 20 yards out to put Kirkby 1-0 up, but Hawcoat sprung to life and two Tom Hammond goals gave them a 2-1 lead.

An own goal on the stroke of half time saw the sides go back to the changing rooms at 2-2 and Kirkby must have had a strong cup of tea because they came out all guns blazing in the second half.

Matty Bruce was on song, beating three tacklers to then square the ball to Paul Cleasby to knock it home. Josh English made it 4-2 and then Matty Bruce made the game his by scoring four goals on the bounce, the pick of which was a 20-yard thunderbolt.

Cleasby added a second goal to his name and Pinnegor fired home a late free kick to make the score 10-3. Referee Jimmy McLeish once again was excellent with the whistle too.

Haverigg are through to the second round as well after beating Millom reserves on penalties after the game finished 0-0. Furness Rovers reserves also won on penalties after their game with Walney finished 2-2.

Rob While and Steve Crompton were on target for Rovers and two from Kane Moffet took the game to spot kicks.

Barrow Wanderers are the other team in the hat for the second round after a 4-2 win at British Legion. Dan Turner (2) Andy Forristal and an own goal the Wanderers scorers.

In the Bargain Booze Premier League, Croftlands Park beat Dalton United reserves 8-0 as Ryan Ireland and Charlie Segger both scored hat-tricks, with Mike Tomsett and Tom Pavett also on target.

Bootle struck 10 past Furness Cavaliers reserves without reply. Andrew Knowles (3), Graham Hartley (2), Ike Martin, Karl Wright, Steve Pritt, Matty Clarke and Aaron Bradley were their scorers.

Hawcoat Park A sit at the top of Division One thanks to a 2-0 home win against Swarthmoor Social reserves. Elliott Maxfield and Austin Meadows found the back of the net for Hawcoat’s A-team.

Barrow Celtic reserves suffered a 9-3 defeat at the hands of another of the day’s free-scorers, Bridge United.

Jordan Umar (2) and Jack Duignan scored for Celtic but Ryan Barker (4) Reece Craig (3) and Josh Greenwood (2) made sure Bridge went home with the points.

Croftlands Park A team beat Millom A team 3-0 and a Macualy Creighton hat trick saw Vickerstown A beat Askam United reserves 3-2.