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Marown and Ayre cement top places

Marown and Ayre United both won on Saturday to stay clear at the top of CFS Division Two.

Marown remain on pole position but only after being given a scare by Malew.

Jeremy Lovett, James Sharp and Luke Wosser fired them to the top, all this after Malew led 2-1 at the interval.

Jason Craine was the hero as Ayre stayed second with a 7-1 thrashing of Ronaldsway.

He hit four, James Teare notched a double and Paul Kennish grabbed the other at Andreas.

There was a seven goal thriller at Glen Road and it was Foxdale who took the points.

Willie Woods, Aaron Costain, Ricky Newsham and Steven Betteridge were the scorers in an exciting 4-3 win at Colby.

Chris Metcalfe, Oliver Swales and Dan Kelly were on target for the home side.

Douglas Royal overcame a half-time deficit to see off the spirited Police at Groves Road.

Craig Dolman netted a hat-trick in 6-4 win.

David Skillen and Gavin Gawne were among their other scorers.

Ramsey Youth Centre secured a fine 3-0 win at Onchan, thanks to goals from Aidan Cummins, Martin Murphy and Connal Hughes, while David Kinrade hit a hat-trick and Andrew Lancaster the other as Braddan were 4-1 home winners over Douglas and District, for whom Joe Quinn scored.

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