On Air The Opera Hour Ernie Thorn | 9:00pm - 10:00pm

Late Show Keeps Geordies in Hunt

Six goals in the last 25 minutes at Michael kept alive St. George's chances of lifting the Sure Mobile Premier League title.

Peel stay top after winning their final game of the campaign 2-1 at home to St. Mary's - they survived some scares in the second half.

St. George's have two games remaining - away to Gymns and at home to Old Boys - and need to win them both to take the top prize for the fifth time in six years.

At the bottom, Colby are down after losing 4-2 to already relegated Ayre. Any other result would have seen Corinthians drop in Division Two.

Marown caused an upset in the Paul Henry Gold Cup when they beat St. John's 5-4 on penalties after the sides drew 1-1.

And the ugly side of Manx Football surfaced once again when Castletown beat Pulrose 3-1. Pully keeper Andy Glover was sent-off against Castletown for the second time this season - he was involved in a violent incident with Alex Crawley.

On Sunday, St. George's player Neil Brogan was sent-off for punching his own team-mate Alex Harrison in a 3-2 Hospital Cup Quarter-Final win over St. Mary's.

Manx Radio awaits word from the Isle of Man Football Association on any punishments.

Wednesday evening's results:-

Aye 4-2 Colby
Michael 1-6 St. George's
Peel 2-1 St. Mary's
Ramsey 1-3 Rushen

Douglas & District ?-? Braddan (no information from Isle of Man Football Association)

Marown 1-1 St. John's (Marown won 5-4 on penalties)
Pulrose 1-3 Castletown

More from Isle of Man Sport