St Mary’s have moved to the summit of the Canada Life Premier League.
That’s after a 4-2 win at Union Mills.
Goals from Steven Priestnal (two), Marc Priestnal and Danny Gerrard secured the win for Sam Kenny’s side against the battling Millers, who replied through Ritchie Cannell and Jamie Johnston in the second period.
Reigning champions St George’s, who have three games in hand, will return to the top on Sunday if they avoid defeat at home to Ramsey.
St John’s United sealed the result of the day, securing a fine 3-0 win at Laxey to move level on points with the Miners.
Two goals from John Haggerdon, either side of a strike from promising teenager Reece Oates, ensured the victory.
Peel consolidated fifth spot with a 6-1 home win over newly promoted Ramsey Youth Centre, who remain in the relegation zone.
Lee Gale (two) and Kerron Christian were among the goals for the westerners who also found the net through a Daniel Bell free-kick and two from young talent Dan Hawke.
Regular marksman Ollie Blake netted again for Youth Centre.