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As you were at top; big win for Ramsey

As you were at top; big win for Ramsey

The two horse race for the Canada Life Premier League shows no signs of widening.

Champions St George’s remain out in front on goal difference after showing no mercy against Laxey.

They romped to a 9-0 success at Glen Road, the ground where they clinched last season’s title.

Four goals from Ciaran McNulty (one penalty), doubles from strike partner Callum Morrissey and skipper Frank Jones and one from Chris Bass junior saw the Geordies ultimately wear down the hosts.

Peel are also still unbeaten after an Ashley Webster hat-trick helped them to a 6-1 victory at Union Mills.

Daniel Bell notched two and Andrew Crennell the opener with Joe Quayle on target for the Millers who put up a good fight before being overcome in the second half.

Rushen United continued their good form with a second successive 5-0 win.

This time Ayre United were the victims – Jack Saxon, Furo Davies (two), Matty Cain and Jamie Johnstone the marksmen.

Robbie Ward and Callum Stewart found the net as Old Boys won 2-0 at St John’s to boost their Railway Cup qualification hopes.

Ramsey grabbed a much needed home win with a 2-1 win over Marown.

Lewis Qualtrough and Chris Duggan’s first half goals earned the northerners what could be three crucial points.

Stuart Morris again scored for Marown.

St Mary’s gained a much needed victory with Marc Priestnal and Island manager Nick Hurt the scorers in a hard fought 2-1 win at newly promoted Ramsey Youth Centre.

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