Ramsey are celebrating after being crowned Shimmin Wilson Manx Shield champions again.
They retained the title, clinching it in style with a 36-0 victory away at Southern Nomads.
First half tries from Matt Livesey, Will Keenan and Tynan Pritchard, plus two conversions from Shaun Wyllie, gave Ramsey a 19-0 half-time lead.
Nomads put in a huge defensive effort to deny Ramsey any further scores until 10 minutes from the end when the damn finally burst.
Tries then came in quick succession from Max Singer, Gareth Hinge and Johnny Dean to seal the game and a conversion from Timmy Healy closed proceedings for the day.
Ramsey skipper Tynan Pritchard accepted the trophy from sponsors Shimmin Wilson and Manx Rugby Football Union chairman Peter Saunders before paying tribute to the youngsters in his team, Louis Higgins, James McKenzie, Keenan, Nick McCudden, Danny Turner and Shaun Wyllie, who he felt would be great assets for the club in future years.
In the other games, Vagabonds B just edged out Douglas B 25-22 in an exciting game at Glencrutchery Road.
Mark Shaw, Seb Jeanneau and John Ledwidge all crossed for Douglas.
And at QEII in Peel, Western Vikings picked up a much needed win over Emerging Nomads.
Michael Irwin bagged a brace for the Westerners.
Barry Irwin also got a try while Ed Alderson kicked a penalty and a conversion.
For Nomads, there was a consolation try from Nick Moley.