On Air Perspective Phil Gawne | Noon - 1:00pm

No change at the top

Marown and Ayre United remain the CFS Division Two pacesetters.

A 3-0 home win over Braddan maintained Marown’s 100 per cent record – Kevin Druggan, Paul Blair and Mike Wheeler the scorers.

Ayre stay second and were 4-0 winners at the Police, thanks to goals from Jason Craine, Paul Kennish (two) and Stephen Parish.

Douglas Royal are still in third after a 4-1 victory over Douglas and District, led by a hat-trick from David Skillen and one from Gavin Gawne.

Rory Kneale scored for D&D but the match was marred later when Kneale sustained a broken leg.

Both sides wish him a speedy recovery.

Fourth placed Pulrose also hit four with a 4-0 victory at Ramsey Youth Centre – Adam Store (two), Chris Cowen and Barry English found the net.

Onchan followed up their victory over Douglas Royal by overcoming Malew 2-1 at Onchan Stadium.
The Malew goal was scored by Craig Howard.

A Marty Moore treble helped Colby win the southern derby 5-1 at Ronaldsway.

Andrew Moody and Kyle Lunn grabbed the others with Liam Crawley on target for the Rockets.

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