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Ramsey fightback earns point

Ramsey produced an excellent comeback to earn a vital point in their relegation fight on Saturday.

They fought back from 2-0 down to draw at home with Laxey.

The Miners had led at the break through goals from Gary Williams and Lee Cowley.

But Danny Oram was on target for the home side again before Ryan Williamson levelled from the penalty spot to spark Ramsey celebrations.

St John’s remain deep in trouble with games running out after being thrashed 6-1 at home by Rushen.

Two goals from Jack Saxon, plus one each from Ted Pepper, Steve Ridings, Aaron Hawley and Adam Cregeen ensured the points went south.

Nick Leung scored the St John’s consolation during a close first half.

Old Boys’ fine season continued with a 2-1 win at Ayre.

A goal in each half from Tommy Miller and Andrew Ward meant Neil Brown’s goal for Ayre wasn’t enough.

Champions St George’s showed their quality with a 6-0 win at Union Mills to stay top.

And it was the prolific Callum Morrissey who was the main man again with a hat-trick.

He was joined on the scoresheet by Chris Bass junior, Martin Torr and Mark Teare.

Peel remain hot on their heels and their superb record in all competitions extended to a 16th straight win.

And it was an impressive victory as they overcame a tough game with a 2-0 success at St Mary’s – Nigel Shimmin and Kerron Christian the scorers.

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