Milnthorpe Corinthians made it 3 wins from 3 in West Lancashire League Division One after they won 6-1 at Eagley.

Ryan Close's brace and goals by Scott Singleton, Peter Baxendale, Asa Stone and Nathan Hankinson rounded off an impressive performance for James Marshall’s team who are second in the division.

However Kendal County crashed to their second consecutive defeat after they lost 2-0 to Crooklands Casuals at Parkside Road on Tuesday Night.

Kendal made a good start to the game and created plenty of opportunities, however despite controlling the game it were Crooklands who opened the scoring midway through the first half when Ben Stoker got in behind the Kendal defence to score from close range.

The Claret and Blues continued to create chances during the second half before Crooklands sealed the win thanks to Robin Oldfield’s goal on 74 minutes.

In Division Two, Kendal United picked up one point from the last two games.

On Saturday, they went down 2-1 to ten man Furness Cavaliers.

McAuley Woods opened the scoring for Furness after 21 minutes but Joel Scales equalised for Kendal five minutes into the second half before Woods sealed the win with just seven minutes left.

On Tuesday night, Kendal drew 1-1 against Galgate at Castle Drive, the visitors opening the scoring in the first half before Bailey Kenny’s penalty soon after ensured Kendal picked up a point.

Milnthorpe Corinthians Reserves' first game of the season ended in defeat when they lost 5-1 at Croston Sports Reserves in Reserve Division Two. Jamie Henson with the consolation goal for Milnthorpe.

Milnthorpe Corinthians' first team travel to Askam United on Saturday before they face an away trip to Wyre Villa on Tuesday.

Kendal County will be keen to get some points on the board when they travel to Hesketh Bank on Saturday before a difficult home game with Ulverston Rangers on Tuesday.

Kendal United entertain Furness Rovers in Division Two while Milnthorpe Corinthians Reserves travel to Coppull United Reserves.