An Andy Glover hat-trick helped St. John’s maintain their 100 per cent record in JCK Division Two on Saturday.
Steve Glover and Mike Peace netted the others for the runaway leaders against battling Braddan in a 5-3 success.
Geoff Murphy (two) and Will Smith were the visitors’ marksmen.
Doubles from Steven Oates and Alistair Shimmin and one from Mark Faragher kept Ramsey Youth Centre in second spot as they saw off lowly Douglas & District 5-0.
Union Mills overcame a tricky test to remain in third with a 2-1 win at Pulrose.
Tony Joughin found the net for the home side but two-goal David Thomenny was the matchwinner for the Millers.
There was a dream debut for Ally Morris as Onchan saw off Marown 5-2.
He marked his first team appearance with a hat-trick and was joined on the scoresheet by Mark Walmsley.
The Police are still sixth after a Jamie Stoy treble, plus goals from Craig Cowin and Steve Cowin, saw off Malew 5-1.
Ronaldsway remain bottom after a 3-1 home defeat by Foxdale.
Two from Liam Harrison and an own goal secured the points with Rob Bell on target for the Rockets.