Pulrose United moved top of JCK Division Two on Tuesday evening after they triumphed 3-0 at Colby.

The Woods Cup winners now head the second tier on goal difference as the campaign reaches its business end.

On target for the Reds were player-manager Ste Priestnal and brother Marc who bagged a brace.

RYCOB are level on points with with Pully, but having played a game more. The northerners missed the chance to boost their own title and promotion hopes as they let a two-goal lead slip to lose at home to Ayre United.

Marc McClurg and Daniel Sherry put Youthie two goals to the good only for the Tangerines to hit back through Stephen Barbour, Dean Tate and Jamie Callister.

Malew sit third three points behind RYCOB but with a game in hand.

The Clagh Vane outfit battled back from 1-3 down to grab a point from visitors and fellow promotion hopefuls Foxdale.

Ramsey also remain in the scramble for a top-two spot after the beaten Woods Cup finalists overcame Onchan 3-1 at the Stadium.

In JCK Combination Two, the northerners’ second string secured runners up spot in the standings.

The Ballacloan outfit beat already crowned champions Onchan 3-2 to finish second, but only on goal difference.

Union Mills nearly pipped the northerners to the runners up berth after they thrashed Gymns 11-3 to move within three goals of Ramsey in the table.

JCK Division Two

Colby 0-3 Pulrose United

RYCOB 2-3 Ayre United

Malew 3-3 Foxdale

Onchan 1-3 Ramsey

JCK Combination Two

Ayre United L-L Michael United

Ramsey 3-2 Onchan

Union Mills 11-3 Gymns