Fresh from clinching the Saturday League title at the weekend, Arranmore United are on the cup trail this Saturday.
Gerry Early's team are in semi-final action in the Voodoo Venue Cup when they meet Glencar Celtic.
The match is part of a double-header at the Diamond Park in Ballyare on Saturday. It kicks off at 12 noon and will be followed by the second semi-final with Glenea United playing Strand Rovers at the same venue at 4pm.
The launch for the rebranded Voodoo Venue Cup took place at the Lettekenny night spot on Tuesday evening.
Representatives of the league and the four semi-finalists were present along with Jason Black of Voodoo.
Jason said he was delighted to be associated with the competition, and said Voodoo was now supporting a host of clubs and sporting events across Donegal.
Saturday's two cup semi-finals are part of a busy weekend on the junior soccer scene with some important games scheduled in the Sunday divisions.
Drumoghill FC continue to lead the way in the Brian McCormick Premier Division and this weekend, they return to league action with a home match against Kildrum Tigers.
The big game of the day could be at Moyle View Park where it's second against third as Milford United host Castlefin Celtic.
St. Catherine's, in fourth, are at home to Glenea United while Kilmacrennan Celtic will be hoping to keep their good run of results going against Rathmullan Celtic.
With three games to go in the Temple Domestic Applicances Division One, only three points separate the top three sides.
This Sunday, the leaders Lagan Harps are at home to Bonagee.
With second-place Convoy Arsenal not in action, DonegalTown have a chance to take advantage when they play Keadue Rovers.