CROOKLANDS Casuals had a mixed Bank Holiday in their fight for Westmorland League Premier Division survival with a win and a defeat.

Dave Mansergh's penalty on the stroke of half time gave them an important 1-0 win at home to bottom club Burnley United on Saturday, but this was followed by defeat at fellow relegation strugglers Lockstock St Gerards.

Callum Rayner and David Goude strikes weren't enough for Crooklands on Monday, with the gap between the two sides down to just one point.

GSK Ulverston Rangers in Division One also had mixed fortunes over the weekend.

Ronan Simpson and Matty Lawler goals gave them a surprise 2-0 win over third-placed Burscough Richmond on Saturday, but on Monday they were hammered 4-0 away at Lytham Town.

Those results leave Rangers 10th in the table, but their status in the second tier is no longer in jeopardy.

Already relegated Dalton United secured a rare win on their travels to Mill Hill St Peters in a 3-1 win.

A second half hattrick from Gareth Jones proved to be the difference between the two sides who will face again next season in Division Two.