It’s as you were at the top of the Canada Life Premier League.
The top four all won on Saturday to maintain their title aspirations and Railway Cup qualification hopes.
Defending champions St George’s hit Ramsey for seven with a 7-1 success at Glencrutchery Road.
Four-goal Callum Morrissey led the way with Frank Jones, Reece Thompson and Ciaran McNulty also on target for the Geordies.
Michael Fernandez scored the consolation for the northerners.
Laxey remain top after also hitting seven, without reply, past Marown.
A hat-trick from the in-form Mark Wolfenden, two from Max Murley and one each from Ashley Webster and Shaun Kelly did the damage.
St Mary’s displayed their credentials with a 3-1 success at Old Boys.
The first half was a tight affair with David Quirk scoring for the home side who went in 1-1 at the break.
But goals from skipper Dominic McGreevey, Steven Priestnal and Marc Priestnal secured the points for Sam Kenny’s side.
St John’s won 6-2 at newly promoted Union Mills to cement fourth place.
Andy Glover, Craig Dolman (two), Sam Ingham, Jamie Moffitt and John Hacgaden netted the goals.
Mills’ replied through an own goal and a Matthew Cain penalty.
Rushen have the southern bragging rights after a 4-1 triumph over Castletown.
Two goals inside the opening 10 minutes from Steve Riding and Mike Williams set them on their way.
Wiliams added another and Aaron Hawley was on target in the southern derby with Mike Edge replying for Town.
After a goalless first half, Louis Thornton and a double from Michael Callister sealed Corinthians a 3-0 home win over battling Gymns.