Laxey are back at the summit of the Canada Life Premier League.
That’s after the Miners won 4-0 at Ramsey.
Max Murley, Neil Brogan, Danny Foulis and Mark Wolfenden grabbed the goals as they bounced back from last week’s thrashing by St George’s.
Steve Priestnal went on the rampage as St Mary’s turned on the style at the Bowl.
Priestnal hit seven as the Saints demolished Union Mills 11-0 to move up to second.
He was joined on the scoresheet by Steve Whitley, Brian Crellin (two) and Marc Priestnal.
The gloss was taken off the day when home player Chris Anderson was taken off with a broken ankle.
St John’s are up to fourth after a 2-1 victory over 2010 champions Rushen.
Rushen led at the break through Gallas Lloyd but the home side fought back with a double from Steve Glover to keep their Railway Cup qualification hopes alive.
The game of the day came at Castletown Stadium as Town fought back from 3-1 down to draw 4-4 with old adversaries Peel.
A Michael Edge hat-trick inspired the southsiders who also benefited from an own goal.
Neil Birchenough (two), Marc Kelly and Steven Tidy were the men on target for the westerners.
Phil Knox, Callum Stewart and David Quirk grabed the goals Old Boys won 3-1 at battling Gymns, who replied through Jeremy Lovett.
That scoreline was repeated by Corinthians at newly promoted Marown.
Free-kicks from Louis Thornton and Jamie Stoy, sandwiched either side of a Blane Slattery goal secured all three points.
Andy Newton had equalised to briefly give the home side hope.