THE LOWER leagues served up a goal feast in this weekend's West Lancashire Football League with a total of 37 goals in Division Two.

Starting with the Premier Division, Crooklands casuals put Eagley to the sword, beating them 5-1.

The win moves Crooklands into eighth place with 15 points while Eagley are struggling down in 15th position with just five points so far this season.

The score line is slightly exaggerated as it took a late flurry with goals in the 60, 67 and 76 minutes to complete the rout.

Elsewhere, Fleetwood Hesketh drew 1-1 at home to Thornton Cleveleys.

The game was goalless until the 92nd minute when Thornton scored what looked like the winner only for Steve Hoy to equalise in the 93rd minute.

Slyne-with-Hest beat eleventh placed Vickerstown 1-0 at home to take them into fourth spot in the table.

However, they remain 10 points off the lead.

In Division 1 Askham suffered a disappointing home defeat against free-scoring Tempest United.

The final score was 3-2 to the visitors.

Brothers Callum and Jordan Rayner got on the score sheet for Askham but a well worked goal followed by a brace from Liam Stewart secured Tempest's victory.

There was a shock result as thirteenth placed Dallam dispatched GSK Ulverston Rovers 5-1.

Ulverston remain twelfth but that result will have done no favours for their confidence and the relegation places loom large.

Dalton scored an early goal after eight minuted from Ian Callison and then proceeded to score at regular intervals until the 62nd minute.

Ross Miller top scored with a brace.

First placed Fulwood Amateurs laboured to a drab 1-0 win against Mill St Peters who remain ninth.

In a close-fought encounter, third place Wyre Villa lost to second place Turton 2-1.

This means Wyre are now two points off the pace in what is turning into a very good three way fight for top spot.

Division Two saw by far the most exciting action with high scores all round.

Barrow lost 4-0 to first placed Ladybridge.

CMB thrashed Furness Rovers 6-1 with three goals from Liam Carr and two from Will Archer.

Croston Sports played out a 5-4 thriller with second-placed Haslingdon St Marys and it was the latter who came out on top.

Stoneclough drew 4-4 with Millom.

The game looked dead until four goals in the last ten minutes, two from each side, ensured a thrilling end.

Millom will have been expecting a victory against thirteenth placed Stoneclough.