Frontrunners St Eunan’s and Kilcar can put their feet up this weekend in the All-County League Division One.
Eamon O’Boyle’s side need just one win from their final three fixtures to retain the title but will have to wait.
Killybegs, who are at Four Masters on Sunday, have lost all 12 of their fixtures this season but are still not mathematically down.
Ardara, though, can relegate with a home win over St Michael’s, provided Martin Slus Boyle’s team don’t beat Four Masters. Gaoth Dobhair can pull Naomh Conaill into the dogfight.
Glenswilly currently need three points from three to top Division Two and are also off this weekend.
Second-placed Termon can push Buncrana closer to the trapdoor of relegation, while Sean MacCumhaill’s or Bundoran can push themselves into mid-table with a win.
Downings have 22 points from 15 outings in Division Three and that’s three worse off than leaders St Naul’s.
Therefore, Downings will be looking to defeat Naomh Brid on Sunday to keep themselves in the hunt.
There’s still a distance to run in Division Four with Milford looking to complete the double following their win in the Junior A championship.
Nigel Black’s team are home to Naomh Ultan this Saturday evening. Second placed Burt go to Moville.