Rushen won the match of the day in the Sure Mobile Premier League on Saturday to confirm their genuine title aspirations.
Goals in each half from Aaron Hawley and Furo Davies sealed a 2-0 victory over St Mary’s at Croit Lowey.
Gymns are the other early pacesetters with a 100 per cent record after a 3-1 victory at newly promoted St John’s.
The man in form, Ciaran McNulty, grabbed another goal and was joined on the scoresheet by Barry Hardinge and Mark Connor for the league leaders.
Mark Wolfenden grabbed the home side’s goal.
Reigning champions St George’s hit Union Mills for six at Garey Mooar.
They had too much for the hosts with goals from Callum Morrissey (four), Chris Bass junior and Danny Oram.
Alexander Suckling and David Thomenny scored for the Millers.
It was an identical scoreline at Michael as Peel won the western derby 6-2.
Two each from Terry Rigaux and Johnny Myers, plus one apiece from Kerron Christian and Nigel Shimmin, secured a comprehensive victory.
Lewis Jennings and Michael Hammond were the Michael marksmen.
Gary Quirk hit the winner with four minutes remaining to ensure FA Cup holders Old Boys overcame Castletown 2-1 at Blackberry Lane.
Liam Buckley had headed Old Boys into the lead early in the second half before battling Town drew level through a Mike Edge penalty – the result of an incident which saw both sides reduced to 10 men.
Chris Clinton conceded the spot-kick after fouling Greg Hoskisson and the pair were both dismissed after becoming involved in a dispute.
Danny Foulis was the hero for Ramsey with a late equaliser as they drew 1-1 with Laxey.