Ingleton moved away from the North Lancashire League Premier Division danger zone with an emphatic 7-1 win at next to bottom side Arnside.

Leading the charge was Alex Hartley who scored four, while Joel Law and Andrew Jackson (two) were also on target. Adam Richardson scored a consolation for Arnside.

Fourth- placed Cartmel and District travelled to play fifth placed Carnforth Rangers with a much weakened side missing several first team players through illness and suspensions.

Cartmel took a deserved lead when Ben Clarke, whose chosen sport is cycling rather than football and was making the numbers, up went past three defenders and was just inside the penalty area where he was brought down.

The penalty taken by Carl Davidson was not well taken with the keeper appearing to dive over the ball as it went into the net.

And just before the break Carl Airey nudged the ball into the net for a 2-0 half-time lead.

Billy Garnett made it 3-0 before Antony Crabtree pulled one back for Carnforth with a late penalty.

In Division One, Bolton-le-Sands pulled off one of the shocks of the season as Adam Binns scored the game's only goal.

Leaders Boys Club suffered a humiliation when they were hammered 7-1 by Cartmel and District Reserves.

Ryan Patterson, Morgan Dennison, Joel Drinkall, Steven Porter (two) Ryan McKenny (two) scored for Cartmel, who also scored Boys Club's consolation through Phil Keith's own goal.

Division Two leaders Kirkby Lonsdale are just one win away from winning the title and promotion after beating near challengers Marsh United Reserves, Jordan Carter-Brown and Aidan Holmes on target in a 2-0 win.

Millhead won a 10-goal thriller when they eventually came out on top against a good Westgate Wanderers side winning by 6-4.

Division Three's joint leaders Melbourne and Cross Bay both had shocks before running out winners by 4-2 over Carnforth Rangers A and Halton Rangers reserves respectively.