BOTTOM club College AFC caused a huge upset when they held league leaders Galgate to a 1-1 draw in the Premier Division of the Baines Bagguley Penhale North Lancashire Football League.

College started off as though they were the top team and scored their goal through Peter Tiesfield from the penalty spot.

It took the experience of Geoff Wilson to ensure that Galgate did not lose the game when he scored a peach of a goal.

Bentham, despite enjoying the majority of the possession against Highgrove, fell to two sucker blows both delivered by the excellent Liam Rogers.

Bentham, who had only been beaten once so far this season, pulled one back through David Adams but couldn't find an equaliser.

Bowerham's Joe Garnett scored the only goal of the game as they picked up a point away at Ingleton, Trimpell and Bare Rangers were 2-0 winners over Marsh United while Caton United were 6-4 victors in a ten-goal classic against Morecambe Royals.

In the Sam Price Memorial Cup First Round Carnforth Rangers, possibly the favourites for the cup, had to work harder than they would have imagined when they were drawn against Storeys.

Carnforth played the better football and had most of the possession but Storeys who, despite fielding six reserve team players, dug deep and thwarted Carnforth on many occasions.

But Carnforth were not to be denied and won the game thanks to Matthew Garwood.

In Division One, Arnside turned on the style when they entertained league leaders Mayfield United.

They took the lead from a corner through centre half Adam Richardson before Michael Denwood equalised.

With time running out Arnside thought they had scored the goal to win the game but the effort was ruled out for offside by the referee.

Swarthmoor Social Club remain in second place after demolishing third placed Lancaster Rovers 6-2, bottom team Grange were 4-3 winners at Millhead, Tic Dyn/Overton/Middleton scraped only their second win of the season when they surprised Westgate Wanderers by winning a tight game by 3-2 and Bolton le Sands edged out Heysham 4-3.