St John’s showed the gulf in class between them and the rest of JCK Division Two as they saw off Ramsey Youth Centre 6-1 at Mullen-e-Cloie.
A hat-trick from Steven Glover, two from Andy Glover and one from player-manager Nick Hurt maintained their 100 per cent record and moved them 14 points clear at the top.
Substitute Matthew Boyde scored the consolation for Youth Centre who started the day in second place but slipped to fourth after Union Mills won 6-0 at lowly Ronaldsway.
Steven Quine (two), Kyle Uren (two), Chris Murdoch and Paul Blair grabbed the goals as the Millers moved into second.
Colby are now third after seeing off Foxdale 4-1 at Glen Road – Juan Kinvig, Adam Fretwell (two) and Matt Wilshaw their scorers.
Liam Harrison scored for the visitors.
Onchan saw off Malew by the same scoreline.
Their goals came from John Quaye, Rob Callow, Callum Taggart and Ally Morris.