Castletown demolished Ronaldsway in the southern derby and stay top of CFS Division Two.
And there was a familiar look to the scoring line-up.
Jack Charmer hit four, Alex Crawley notched a hat-trick and there were also goals for Lee Davenport, Michael Edge, plus an own goal in a 10-1 win at the Stadium.
St John's displayed their title credentials in style with an 8-1 rout at Douglas Royal.
Royal were reduced to 10 men after going behind to a controversial opening goal and taking their protests too far and from then, St John’s never looked back.
A Mike Peace hat-trick, two from Anthony Moore and one each from Nick Ford, Mark Wolfenden and Niall Quayle ensured a comprehensive afternoon.
The other leading side in the division also went on the rampage.
Pulrose won 10-0 at Northern Athletic with goals from Andy Glover (two), Mark Walmsley (two), Jay Wood (two), Dean Gough, Barry English, Ryan O’Riordan and Chris Cowin.
Marown edged an exciting five-goal contest at Braddan.
Goals from Kenny Magee, Jeremy Lovett and Cliffy Lewin sealed the points with James Ramsey and Wil Smith replying for Braddan.
Ramsey Youth Centre’s fine season continued as they thrashed Foxdale 6-1.
Doubles from Glen McGovern and Mark Grotty, plus one apiece from Martin Murphy and Steven Gross, meant Adam Heyes’ reply was a mere consolation.
Onchan won 5-1 at Douglas and District.
Rob Byrne led the way with a hat-trick with Stuart Cain and Andy Hill netting the others.
Regular marksman James McIlhagga scored the D&D goal.
There were nine goals at Clagh Vane as Malew ran out 6-3 winners against the Police.
Adam Drewitt, Mike Oates, Andy Weiman, Craig Marsh (two) and Louie Jennings were Malew’s men on target.
Lee Christian, Chris Moore, Darren Loader responded for the Police.