Both Old Boys and Rushen are out of the race for the Sure Mobile Premier League title following Wednesday night's results.
Peel's 5-1 win at Corinthians put's them out of reach of both sides at the top of the table meaning Rushen's 3-2 victory at Blackberry Lane over Old Boys was purely for pride - it does move them up to second spot.
Reigning champions St. George's also stay in the hunt following a convincing 6-0 win over Colby.
At the other end of the table, Ayre were relegated after a 3-2 defeat at home to Michael.
The two sides coming up from Division Two - Castletown and St. John's - both won. Castletown lead on goal difference but have now completed their fixtures. If St. John's win or draw their last game at home to Braddan, they will take the Division Two crown.
SURE MOBILE PREMIER LEAGUE
Ayre 2-3 Michael
Colby 0-6 St. George's
Corinthians 1-5 Peel
Laxey 2-2 Gymns
Old Boys 2-3 Rushen
St. Mary's 4-1 Ramsey
CFS DIVISION TWO
Braddan 2-0 Malew
Castletown 6-1 Foxdale
Douglas & District 1-8 St. John's
Douglas Royal 8-4 Onchan