Douglas are back on track in South Lancashire/Cheshire Division Two.
After their first defeat of the season last weekend, they bounced back with a 49-15 bonus point victory over Wallasey.
In a match played at Ballafletcher, Douglas led 18-10 at the break, thanks to tries from Neil Killey and Callum Carine, along with two penalties and a conversion from Bryn Snellgrove.
They further extended that in the second period and there was no doubting the star of the show.
Carine ran over for a further three tries and there was also one from Nick Horsthuis, plus two more conversions from Snellgrove.
A weakened Ramsey side were thrashed 73-0 at Dukinfield as their improved form came to an end.
Vagabonds were well beaten as they went down 36-7 at Liverpool Collegiate.
Leigh Kennaugh was their sole try scorer, converted by Johnny Beckley.
It was a point apiece in Women’s North One as Vagabonds drew 5-5 at Preston Grasshoppers.
Southern Nomads are back on top in the Shimmin Wilson Manx Shield.
The reigning champions were 43-15 winners over previous leaders Douglas B, in a match switched to Castle Rushen High School because of the weather.
Vagabonds B started what they hope will be a climb up the table with a 41-0 success over Emerging Nomads.