It’s as you were in the early standings of the Canada Life Premier League.
Reigning champions St George’s remain top after a 3-0 victory over newly promoted Michael United.
The battling westerners held their opponents for an hour before three goals inside 13 minutes, one from Johnny Myers and two from Ciaran McNulty, ensured there was no surprise.
Rushen United went on the rampage in the southern derby, winning 9-2 at lowly Castletown.
After a close first half, the visitors ran riot.
There were hat-tricks for Furo Davies and Aaron Kelly.
Josh Kelly added two and Tom Doherty netted the other.
Ash Sansbury scored both for Town, who were level at 1-1 at the break.
St John’s remain just off the pace after a 5-0 win at Union Mills.
Steve Glover (two), John Haggerdon, Craig Dolman and Callum Taggart grabbed the goals.
There were goals galore at Glen Road as Laxey saw off Ramsey 8-3.
Doubles from Darryl Haslett, Mark Wolfenden and Ashley Webster led the way.
Alan Harrison and Matthew Fernandez netted the others for the Miners.
Matthew Skillicorn (two) and Michael Simpson replied for Ramsey.
St Mary’s went on the rampage with an 8-0 victory at Corinthians.
Golden boot Steven Priestnal hit a hat-trick.
Brian Crellin scored twice and was joined on the scoresheet by Josh Thomas, Marc Priestnal and Danny Gerrard against his former club.
Callum Stewart was the star of the show as Old Boys saw off Ramsey Youth Centre 5-1 at Blackberry Lane.
He scored four and David Quirk added the other.
Steven Grose was on target for Youth Centre.