Ramsey need only a point from their final game of the Division Two season to join Pulrose United in the Premier League next season.

The northerners beat Malew 4-1 on Tuesday night to move within a point of second-place RYCOB who have already finished their campaign.

Youngsters Ryan Kinrade and Dylan Pickles bagged two goals apiece to cancel out Craig Dolman’s free-kick.

With a better goal difference than their town rivals, a draw against Foxdale would see them up. Anthony Cooper’s Ballacloan outfit could yet go up as champions, a win against Dale would see them climb above Pully in the final standings.

Dale, who were awarded the three points in their clash with Ayre as the Tangerines couldn’t field a side, could yet pip Malew to the division’s final Paul Henry Gold Cup spot.

Dale have two games left against Ramsey and Douglas and District and only require three points to finish fourth.

In Tuesday’s other match, Peel brought their campaign to an end with a 3-2 win at DHSOB.

Rhys Oates’s 29th league goal of the season put the westerners ahead in the third minute only for Robbie Ward to draw the sides level in quick succession.

Billy Kennaugh put Peel back ahead around the hour mark, but once again Old Boys pegged them back through Mikey Booth.

Kennaugh, however, proved the match-winner as his 83rd minute strike sealed the three points for the Steve Falconer’s side who finish the term in third spot.

Old Boys have one game to play against champions St Mary’s. A point in that would see them climb above Douglas Athletic and into sixth in the Premier League table.

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DHSOB 2-3 Peel

JCK Limited Division Two

Foxdale H-W Ayre United

Ramsey 4-1 Malew