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Goals galore in top flight

There were goals galore in the Canada Life Premier League on Saturday.

After holding reigning champions St George’s in midweek, Ramsey’s good form continued as they drew 2-2 at Rushen.

Following a goalless first half, Jamie Moffitt and Chris Druggan found the net for Ramsey with Josh Kelly and Aaron Hawley on target for Rushen in an entertaining draw.

St John’s and St Mary’s also shared four goals at Mullen-e-Cloie.

Kieran Quinn and Andy Glover fired the newly promoted side into a 2-0 lead but the Saints hit back to move into second place thanks to a Steve Priestnal double – one in each half.

Peel won 5-2 at basement battlers Gymns.

Early substitute Ryan Burns set the westerners on their way before Daniel Lace gave them a 2-0 interval lead.

Two fine finishes from Daniel Bell and one from Kerron Christian completed their scoring.

Nick Bowden scored both for Gymns.

Corinthians put seven past Castletown at Ballafletcher.

A hat-trick from Kane Riding three inspired them to a 7-2 victory.

Chris Cannell, Max Kneale and Blane Slattery (two) were the other marksmen for the home side.

Mark Wolfenden grabbed both for Town.

An Ashley Webster hat-trick helped Laxey to a 6-1 win over Ramsey Youth Centre.

Johnny Callow, Dan Kewley and Jamie Clague netted the others.

Mark Faragher notched the Youth Centre consolation.