The reigning champions stayed top on Saturday and have no intention of being dislodged.
St George’s won 4-1 at home to high-flying Union Mills to maintain their 100 per cent record and remain clear at the summit.
Martin Torr was the hat-trick hero and Callum Morrissey scored the other with Martin Gildea netting the Millers’ reply as they lost their unbeaten record.
Newly promoted Old Boys bounced back from their first defeat of the season in style with a 5-1 triumph against Ayre United.
Callum Stewart (two), Craig Stewart, Gary Quirk and Sean Gavin
were the scorers for the surprise package of the season so far with Johnny Cowley grabbing the northerners’ consolation.
Ciaran McNulty grabbed a late winner as Gymns edged out Douglas Royal 3-2 in an exciting game at Noble’s Park, thanks to goals from
McNulty (two) and Mark Connor.
Peel confirmed their return to form with the result of the day, thrashing St Mary’s 5-1 at Douglas Road.
The westerners unexpectedly cruised to victory with goals from Juan Killip, Daniel Lace, Chris Cain, Kerron Christian and Kevin Megson.
Callum Gallagher, on his return to his former club, was on target for the Saints, who have made an awful start to the campaign.
St John’s showed their resilience to share four goals at Rushen who displayed their own character with a late fightback.
Liam Harrison was one of the scorers for the visitors, who led 2-0 at the break, but Aaron Hawley twice found the net for Rushen in the closing stages to the delight of the home faithful.
There were goals galore at Glen Road with Ramsey giving Laxey a scare before the Miners ran out 5-3 winners.
A hat-trick from Nigel Beattie caused the majority of the damage with Lee Cowley and Jim Travers netting the others.
Rob Collister and Ashley Webster were the Ramsey goal-getters and there was also an own goal.