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Laxey suffer shock defeat

Laxey suffer shock defeat

The champions are back on top of the Canada Life Premier League.

 

That’s after they thrashed Union Mills 10-2 at Garey Mooar on Saturday.

 

St George’s were in rampant form with the usual suspects hitting the target.

 

Callum Morrisey and Connor Doyle netted hat-tricks, Ciaran McNulty grabbed a brace and skipper Frank Jones and Johnny Myers notched the others.

 

Steve Quine and Alistair Allen were the consolation scorers for the Millers.

 

Peel were knocked off the top on goal difference but remain level at the summit on points after a hard-fought 3-0 triumph at Corinthians.

 

After a goallless first half, Tom Wood broke the deadlock and the westerners returned home with maximum points with further goals from Lee Gale and Kerron Christian.

 

Laxey’s 100 per cent start to the season is over – and in the most unlikely of circumstances.

 

That’s after a surprise 2-1 home defeat by Marown.

 

Juan Killip and Niall Quayle were the goalgetters for the newly promoted Crosby outfit as they secured a result which could be crucial in their bid to survive come the end of the campaign.

 

Michael Fernandez was the home marksman on a day to forget for Laxey.

 

Ayre United have the northern bragging rights – and some.

 

That’s after a convincing 5-1 home success against Ramsey at Andreas.

 

The Tangerines took control from the start and never looked back – Sean Kelly led the romp with a hat-trick with Danny Allison and Johnny Kelly also finding the net.

 

Ramsey’s reply came from Alex Yates.

 

Rushen United’s improvement continued with a 5-0 success at St John’s, courtesy of the in-form Furo Davies (three), Steve Riding and Aaron Hawley.

 

Old Boys were 4-1 winners at newly promoted Ramsey Youth Centre.

 

Karl Clark (two), Robbie Ward and experienced midfielder Michael Hooper were the scorers for the visitors against the battling hosts.