Priestnal scores six for the Saints; fine draw for Ramsey
There were goals galore in the Canada Life Premier League on Saturday.
Second placed St Mary’s put 11 past relegated Ayre United at the Bowl.
In an 11-3 romp, Steven Priestnal scored six.
A double from Island manager Nick Hurt, plus goals from Jamie Devine, young talent Joe Berquist and Marc Priestnal confirmed the rout.
Ayre only trailed 5-3 at one point but collapsed late on.
Regular marksman Dean Tate (two) and Steven Barbour, who was later sent-off, notched the consolations for the rock bottom club.
Peel were too strong for injury-hit Laxey with a 6-1 success.
Ashley Webster scored twice against his former club. Marc Kelly, Tom Wood, Matthew Woods and Billy Kennaugh grabbed the others for the westerners.
Laxey took the lead through Michael Fernandez but collapsed as Peel piled on the pressure.
A second half equaliser from Nick White earned Ramsey an impressive 1-1 draw at home to Old Boys, who had taken the lead though a Craig Murphy penalty.
A dominant first half showing ensured Rushen won the southern derby with a 5-2 win at home to Colby.
Jamie Johnstone and Steve Riding both netted doubles with Mike Williams adding another as he continued his fine form.
Dave Thomas and Marty Moore replied for Colby.