Glenea United will clinch the Glencar Inn Saturday Reserve Division this weekend if they win at Keadue Rovers.
It's the last round of fixtures in the division and Glenea lead by a point from Castlefin Celtic.
Castlefin are at home to Glenree United and will be crowned champions if Glenea don't manage a win and Castlefin beat Glenree.
Meanwhile, with the Oscar Traynor Cup side in action, there's a limited programme of games in the Sunday divisions.
There are three matches in Division One although the top two of Lagan Harps and Donegal Town dont play. Convoy will go back second with a win at Cranford.
In Division Two, there's a full programme of games and with only two matches left to play, the battle for league honours is going to the wire.
Only a point separates the top three with Deele Harps and Glenree both on 36 points and Erne a point behind.
This Sunday, Erne host Curragh Athletic, Deele Harps are away to Copany and Glenree host Eany Celtic.
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