Steve Glover was the hero as Corinthians confirmed they’ll be playing in the Sure Mobile Premier League again next season.
He hit a hat-trick as the Whites were comfortable 3-0 home winners against Ramsey, who should be safe themselves, but are still looking anxiously over their shoulder at the bottom two.
However, despite a battling display, St John’s were unable to make up any ground on Ramsey and remain deep in the drop zone, going down 3-2 at Old Boys.
Sean Gavin, Gary Quirk and Darren Hudgeon were the home side’s scorers with Anthony Moore continuing his fine form with a double – but it wasn’t enough for St John’s.
In CFS Division Two, the Police won a tight game, 3-2 at Onchan.
Leaders Colby marched on after a 5-0 success at hard-working Jurby – Furo Davies was the main man with a hat-trick with Michael Baker and Steven Leece the other scorers.
Castletown continued their fine season and their marked improvement with an emphatic 4-0 home win over Malew in the southern derby.
And there was no doubting the star of the show yet again.
Alex Cawley was the toast of the town with a hat-trick and was joined on the scoresheet by Ashley Sansbury.
And there was an exact repeat of last weekend’s GH Corlett Woods Cup semi-final with Braddan 5-2 winners over Ronaldsway again – this time at Ronaldsway.
David Kinrade (two), Nick Ford, Michael Wheeler and Andrew Lancaster were on target for Braddan with Dwayne Dawson and veteran Andrew Cadwallader the Ronaldsway scorers.