Top two go on the rampage
The gulf in class between the top two and rest of the Canada Life Premier League was brutally exposed again on Saturday.
That’s after second placed Peel thrashed Laxey 8-0 at Douglas Road.
Lee Gale was the star of the show for the westerners with four goals.
Marc Kelly (two), Ashley Webster and Josh Kelly grabbed the others with Peel home and hosed by half-time as they hit six first half goals.
Reigning champions St George’s remain out in front after also going goal crazy, this time against relegation strugglers Ramsey.
They won 13-1 at Glencrutchery Road in another demolition showing from Manx football’s top team.
Callum Morrissey led the rout with five.
There were doubles from Connor Doyle, Johnny Myers, Ciaran McNulty and further goals from Joey Morling and Julian Ringham as the Geordies went on the rampage.
Second half goals from Furo Davies and Stephen Riding ensured Rushen overcame a spirited showing by defeating lowly Marown 2-0 at Croit Lowey.
Second half goals from Blane Slattery, Kane Riding and Lewis Thornton fired Corinthians to a 3-1 home victory over Union Mills.