Foxdale are through to the quarter-finals of the GH Corlett Woods Cup after a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over the Police on Saturday.
The sides shared eight goals after extra-time before the westerners triumphed 6-5 on spot kicks.
Jamie Stoy, Matthew Hughes, Craig Gavin and Gavin Brew were the Police marksmen with Anthony Corkill, Robbie Jack, Steven Betteridge and John Kelly netting for Foxdale as the goals flowed in.
It was 3-3 after normal time at Groves Road.
Steven Glover struck four as the dominant side in Division Two hit six at Pulrose.
Andy Glover and Callum Gallagher netted the others for St John’s with Barry English and Joe Reece scoring the Pulrose consolations.
Ramsey Youth Centre progressed with a 4-1 win at Ronaldsway, courtesy of goals from Shane Kinrade, Aiden Cummins, Mark Faragher and Connell Hughes.
Union Mills overcame the spirited challenge of Onchan 4-2 at Garey Mooar.