Geordies back on top in Premier League

Ciaran McNulty netted a hat-trick as St George's demolished Ramsey 10-0 on Sunday afternoon

Ciaran McNulty netted a hat-trick as St George's demolished Ramsey 10-0 on Sunday afternoon

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St George’s produced a ruthless display to beat Ramsey 10-0 at Glencrutchery Road on Sunday afternoon.

Ciaran McNulty netted a hat-trick joining Chris Bass Jr (2), Sean Quaye, Frank Jones and Jack McVey, Johnny Fee and an own goal on the scoresheet for the league pacesetters.

Corinthians heaped further misery on beaten Railway Cup finalists Rushen, defeating the Spaniards 2-0 at Ballafletcher. Louis Thornton and an own goal gave the Whites the surprise win.

The result eases the Whites’ relegation fears as the three points moves them above Michael United and into 10th place in the table, albeit having played a game more.

St Mary’s enjoyed a brief spell at the top of the Canada Life Premier League after they triumphed 4-2 at Garey Mooar on Saturday.

Talisman Steven Priestnal once again did the majority of the damage for Sam Kenny and Ken Hedley’s Bowl outfit bagging two goals for the Saints. Younger brother Marc and Danny Gerrard were also on target for the visitors.

Richie Cannell and Jamie Johnston hit the high-scoring Millers’ consolations.

Peel, under new manager Simon Pickering, were also celebrating as they beat relegation threatened RYCOB 6-1 at Douglas Road.

Lee Gale and Dan Hawke both scored twice for the home side, with single strikes coming for Kerron Christian and Daniel Bell. Oliver Blaker netted for Youthie.

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