Peel are the new leaders of the Canada Life Premier League and the only team in the top flight with a 100 per cent record.
That’s after previous table toppers St Mary’s went down 2-1 at Laxey in the match of the day on Saturday.
John Callow and Chris Brown grabbed the goals for the Miners after the prolific Steven Priestnal had fired the Saints in front.
Newly promoted Ayre United pushed Peel hard at Andreas before second half goals from Terry Rigaux and Johnny Myers fired them to the summit.
St George’s are up to second after a crushing 6-0 win at Michael.
Doubles from Sam Caine and Frank Jones, plus one each from junior Island international Steven Corlett and Ciaran McNulty, did the damage.
Old Boys completed a fine week for the club to move into fourth with a 5-0 victory at Gymns.
Two from Callum Stewart and one apiece from Robbie Ward, Gary Quirk and Greg Taylor ensured a miserable afternoon for the Tromode club.
The points were shared at the Stadium where Castletown and Corinthians drew 1-1.
Alex Crawley put the Town in front before Max Kneale equalised after the break.
Martin Torr showed his eye for goal with a double as Ramsey comfortably saw off Douglas Royal at Ballcaloan.
Chris Hallsall netted the other in a 3-0 success – Ramsey’s first win of the campaign.