Ayre United continued their fine start to the season with an emphatic 5-0 win at Braddan on Saturday.
A hat-trick from James Teare, as he continued his blistering start to the campaign, and two from Jason Craine sealed the points for the early leaders of CFS Division Two – all this after a goalless first half.
Marown also hit five away from home.
They won 5-2 at battling Ronaldsway, thanks to goals from Dan Jones, Mike Wheeler, Luke Wosser, Gary Thomas and an own goal.
The surprise of the day saw Malew win 3-2 at Colby in the southern derby.
Craig Howard, Steven Tidy and Dan Furwell were the goalgetters as Malew enjoyed a fine victory.
Marty Moore and Kyle Lunn found the net for Colby but it was Malew’s day with Danny Cowin their other hero as he saved a penalty.
Talented youngster Aaron Costain was the hero as Foxdale earned a 2-0 victory over Onchan.
He netted a goal in each half, the second from the penalty spot.
Pulrose displayed their character with a 5-3 win at Douglas Royal with Barry English, Stuart Dewhurst, Ben Cowin and Chris Cowin on target - Craig Dolman was among the Royal scorers.
Douglas and District secured a good point in a 2-2 home draw against the Police.
They led 2-1 at the break through Chris Shaw and Nick Ford with John Conroy and Matthew Beattie earning a point for D&D.