Ramsey have edged closer to safety in South Lancashire/Cheshire Division Two.
A 10-10 draw at Oldershaw wasn’t the result they were looking for but they managed to avoid defeat after overturning a half-time deficit.
They had gone ahead with a Tynan Pritchard try, converted by Fintan Cummins, before the home side hit back.
However, a Cummins penalty in the second half earned them a point.
Douglas celebrated promotion in some style as they demolished Oswestry 86-0 at Port-e-Chee with 43 points in each half.
Niall Killey and Callum Carine led the rout with a hat-trick of tries each.
Skipper Scott Goodall added two of his own and there were further tries for Nathan Pearce, Mike Hebden, Karl Mearkle-Fearns, Craig Lean, Glynn Hoosen-Owen and Robert Todd.
The trusty boot of Bryn Snellgrove also helped with four conversions.
Goodall added three and Hebden one as the promotion party continued in full swing.
Vagabonds pulled off one of their most impressive results of the season with a 45-24 success at Dukinfield.
Sam Cannell (two), Kevin Birchall, Mark Howarth and Matty Wiliams tries helped inflict Dukinfield’s first home defeat of the campaign.
A further 20 points came from the boot of Mark McGreal as Vagas grabbed a bonus point win.