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Rampant champs push miserable Millers nearer trapdoor

Close battle for runners-up spot

Canada Life Premier League champions St George’s have pushed Union Mills a step closer to relegation.

The Geordies may have sealed the title last month but showed their professional attitude and ability with a 16-0 romp over the Millers.

Ciaran McNulty led the rout at Garey Mooar with five goals, including three in eight minutes.

Chris Bass junior helped himself to four.

There were also further goals from Sean Quaye, skipper Frank Jones (two), Johnny Myers, Sam Caine, Joey Morling and, with the 16th goal of the afternoon, Callum Morrissey, rounded off the scoring.

The battle for the runners-up spot continues.

St Mary’s currently hold that place after a 6-1 home win over Colby.

The Priestnal brothers, Steven and Marc, grabbed doubles with talented youngster Joe Berquist and defender Karl Clark also on target.

Johnny Croft scored the consolation for Colby.

Corinthians remain two points behind the Saints with a game in hand after a 5-0 home win over Douglas Athletic.

Dan Simpson, Sean Doyle (two, one penalty), Steven Whitley and Josh Ridings (penalty) found the net after a close first half.

Rushen United rounded off their league campaign and secured a top four place in the process with a 4-1 win over Old Boys.

A goal blitz early in the second half secured the points for the improving southerners.

Mike Williams, Jack Saxon (two) and Alex Maitland grabbed their goals.

Craig Murphy notched the visitors’ reply.

Spirited Ramsey pushed Peel all the way but couldn’t prevent the westerners from winning at Ballacloan – youngster Billy Kennaugh with the solitary goal.

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