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Northern clubs boost survival hopes

Ramsey clubs grab vital wins

There was northern delight in the Canada Life Premier League on Saturday.

Basement battlers Ramsey Youth Centre and Ramsey both won to boost their survival hopes.

The game at Garey Mooar provided most of the drama as Ramsey scored twice in the final three minutes to win 2-1 at Union Mills.

Mills looked set to inflict more misery on Ramsey after taking a 29th minute lead through Ronan McDonnell’s penalty.

However, Robbie Callister’s 87th minute leveller lifted Ramsey hopes before last-gasp Chris Duggan won it for the visitors and what could be a crucial three points come the end of the season.

Ramsey Youth Centre also grabbed a potentially vital victory with a 3-2 home success over Marown.

Graham Kennish’s double and Rauri Poole’s goal triggered home celebrations and meant the efforts of Juan Killip and Conor Gilbert weren’t enough to earn the visitors a point.

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