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Rushen extend advantage

Rushen United are 11 points clear at the top of the Sure Mobile Premier League this evening.

The league leaders extended their advantage at the summit after a 4-0 win at bottom club Union Mills.

The Millers battled well but goals from Tom Craine, Steve Riding and a double from Ted Pepper kept Rushen in control in the title race.

A hat-trick from Nigel Beattie and two from Lee Cowley moved Laxey up to second as the Miners won 5-0 at Michael, who remain in the relegation zone.

They remain behind St John’s on goal difference after a first half winner from Callum Stewart ensured Old Boys took all the points at Mullen-e-Cloie.

A last-gasp goal from James McStay, deep in injury time, fired reigning champions St George's to a 2-1 home win over Castletown.

Took, who defeated the Geordies earlier in the season, took the lead early in second half with a penalty converted by Michael Edge.

However, Mark Teare equalised and McStay’s late strike sparked disappointment for Town.

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