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Double figures for champions

St George's run riot

St George’s showed exactly why they’re champions on Saturday.

That’s after they demolished high-flying Corinthians 10-2 at Ballafletcher in the Canada Life Premier League.

The victory moved them level at the top of the table with Peel and was achieved in some style.

A hat-trick from Ciaran McNulty, doubles from strike partner Callum Morrissey and skipper Frank Jones and one apiece from Johnny Myers, Jack McVeigh and Chris Bass ensured a romp.

Kane Riding and Louis Thornton scored the consolations for the hosts who have been replaced by Laxey in third.

That’s after they maintained their 100 per cent record with a 5-2 home success against Ayre.

The result was never in doubt after a one-sided first half.

A hat-trick from Michael Fernandez and two from Sean Gavin sealed the points.

George Rawlinson and Christian Penswick netted for the Tangerines in the second period.

St Mary’s remain a shadow of their former selves and were thrashed 6-1 at home by Old Boys.

Tom Weir, Chris Coxon, Robbie Ward (two) and Darren Hudgeon (two) netted for the visitors who were 4-0 up at the break.

St Mary’s, who were reduced to 10 men during the opening 45 minutes, netted a consolation in the second half.

Newly promoted Ramsey Youth Centre produced a fine showing to claim a 2-2 home draw with Rushen.

Two Lewis Moran penalties ensured the bottom club gained a point.

Tom Doherty and Matty Cain kept Rushen in the hunt as they twice came from behind.

Visiting goalkeeper Dave Cherry was sent-off for two bookable offences.

Ally Morris and Joey Rothwell scored the goals as Marown ensured back-to-back victories with a 2-1 success at Union Mills.

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