Pulrose overcome Mills test
Malew turned on the style to stun Foxdale at Clagh Vane.
The southerners were 4-1 winners over the promotion chasers in JCK Division Two.
They raced out of the traps and never looked back.
Goals from Dan McLaughlin (two), Kieran Krypner and Dale Walker meant Liam Cannon’s reply was just a consolation.
James Maginn was the hero as leaders Pulrose overcame a tricky test at Union Mills.
He scored twice in the first half and Marc Priestnal put the visitors 3-1 in front four minutes before the break.
Luke Booth and Lee Christian kept Mills in the hunt but Maginn completed his hat-trick just before the hour and Pulrose never looked back as they recorded a 4-2 success.
Second placed Castletown gained revenge for an early season defeat to Governor’s Athletic as they won 6-1.
A Chris Ashbridge double and a Graham Lyons goal fired Onchan to a 3-1 win at spirited Douglas and District, for whom the prolific Daniel Stewart-Clague notched his eighth in five games.
There was an exciting contest at Tromode where Gymns edged out Ayre United 4-3.
Callum Peat, who was later sent-off, Ste Slack, Daniel Kewley and Ross Crawford were the men on target.