Douglas and District caused one of the shocks of the season to stun high-flying Union Mills on Saturday.
They won 3-1 at promotion chasers Union Mills, courtesy of goals from Daniel Craig-Stewart, Andy Goodrell and Nabu Shelton.
Steven Quine scored for the Millers but D&D sealed a memorable victory to potentially damage the home side’s promotion bid from JCK Division Two.
Ramsey Youth Centre kept alive their push with a 6-3 victory at Malew.
Malew led 2-1 at the break but Youth Centre hit back with a hat-trick from Connell Hughes and one apiece from Steven Jordan, Daniel Tate and Mark Faragher.
Two from Craig Cowin and one from Jamie Stoy fired the Police to a 3-2 win at Colby to damage the southerners’ Paul Henry Gold Cup hopes.
Their marksmen were Chris McKenna and Juan Kinvig.
A hat-trick from Richard Mulhearn and one from Sean Doyle helped Marown to an exciting 4-3 victory over Pulrose at Crosby.
Paul Fick (two) and Joe Rees netted for Pulrose.
In the other game, Onchan edged out battling Ronaldsway 1-0.