Pulrose also draw, Foxdale win
Things are getting even tighter near the summit of JCK Division Two, following last night's fixtures.
Castletown remain top, despite dropping two points at home to Ramsey Youth Centre.
They drew 1-1, to follow Saturday's loss to second-placed Onchan, although the result has seen them open up a two-point lead over their title rivals with four matches left to play.
Pulrose United, who sit in third, were unable to capitalise, though, as they drew 2-2 at home to Malew.
Fourth-placed Foxdale hammered Ayre United 9-1, with the result seeing them move to within two points of Pully with a game in hand.
They now sit just five points off the top, and have played two matches fewer than Castletown.
Marown's promotion hopes took a knock, after they lost 4-2 at home to Union Mills, despite the latter having a man sent off in the first half.
Douglas and District beat Gymns 4-1 in the night's remaining match.