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Champions move into pole position

Corinthians see off early leaders

Corinthians turned on the style in the second half to defeat early leaders Colby 8-1 in the Regency Travel Women’s League on Sunday.

They scored five times in the first 20 minutes of the second period to take control of the game.

The southerners had taken a first half lead through Amy Speed.

Alcivane McGregor equalised before half-time to make it 1-1.

McGregor completed her hat-trick in the second half and was joined on the scoresheet by Jade Burden (three), Anna Dillon and Lauren Christian.

It brought Colby’s four match unbeaten record to an end.

Reigning champions Peel moved into pole-position following a 19-0 win over Gymns.

Chloe Gale (four), Kira Buchan (four), Sam Caughey (three), Maxine Smalley (two), Julie Harrison (two), Sarah O’Reilly (two), Becky Corkish and Kayleigh Greggor netted for the westerners.

DHSOB’s Sophie Barraclough was the toast of Blackberry Lane, netting a last minute winner against Douglas Athletic.

Georgia Quayle gave the hosts a first half lead and Sophie Bentham netted an equaliser in the second half from the half-way line before Barraclough’s intervention.

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