Colby were crowned CFS Division Two champions on Saturday.
The division’s dominant force clinched a richly deserved title success and did so with another emphatic victory.
A 5-0 home victory over Foxdale set the party in full swing.
Douglas and District produced arguably the division’s result of the season as they held promotion chasers Michael to a 2-2 draw.
Ritchie Bland and James McIlhagga were the D&D scorers.
Paul Corlett scored both for Michael, after they trailed 1-0 at the break, but the plaudits belonged to D&D.
Second half goals from Neil Gibson and Cliffy Lewin earned Marown a good 2-0 win at Braddan, while a double from veteran Steven Gardner and goals from John Quaye, Carl Breadner and Neil Cain, fired the Police to a 5-1 win at Jurby, whose consolation was scored by John Wood.
Mark Wolfenden was a hat-trick hero as Onchan won by the same scoreline at Ramsey Youth Centre.
The hosts, whose goal was scored by Glen McGovern, battled well and the match was level at 1-1 at half-time before Onchan took control in the second half.
Jamie Carr and Declan Murphy grabbed the other goals for the visitors.
John Kelly, Ben Challinor and Jack Charmer were the scorers as Malew won the southern derby, 3-2 at Ronaldsway.
Veteran Andrew Cadwallader and Joe Rees found the net for the Rockets, who produced a spirited second half showing after being 2-0 down, but Malew took the points.