Marown and Ayre United both won on Saturday to stay clear at the top of CFS Division Two.
Marown remain on pole position but only after being given a scare by Malew.
Jeremy Lovett, James Sharp and Luke Wosser fired them to the top, all this after Malew led 2-1 at the interval.
Jason Craine was the hero as Ayre stayed second with a 7-1 thrashing of Ronaldsway.
He hit four, James Teare notched a double and Paul Kennish grabbed the other at Andreas.
There was a seven goal thriller at Glen Road and it was Foxdale who took the points.
Willie Woods, Aaron Costain, Ricky Newsham and Steven Betteridge were the scorers in an exciting 4-3 win at Colby.
Chris Metcalfe, Oliver Swales and Dan Kelly were on target for the home side.
Douglas Royal overcame a half-time deficit to see off the spirited Police at Groves Road.
Craig Dolman netted a hat-trick in 6-4 win.
David Skillen and Gavin Gawne were among their other scorers.
Ramsey Youth Centre secured a fine 3-0 win at Onchan, thanks to goals from Aidan Cummins, Martin Murphy and Connal Hughes, while David Kinrade hit a hat-trick and Andrew Lancaster the other as Braddan were 4-1 home winners over Douglas and District, for whom Joe Quinn scored.