St. Catherine’s were promoted to the Premier Division in style last weekend with their 8-1 win over Ballybofey United, but they can take the title this Sunday when they entertain Bonagee United. A win for the Saints will see them lift the cup.
It is a vital game also for Bonagee, who need to win to keep their hopes of promotion alive. A win for Keadue Rovers at home to Lifford Celtic would clinch promotion for the Central Park residents.
At the bottom, there is a relegation battle between neighbours Raphoe and Convoy with the latter in need of a win to give themselves a remote chance of staying up.
In the Brian McCormick Premier Division, Kildrum Tigers have the chance to extend their lead, with Cappry Rovers in Ulster Cup action.
Kildrum host Milford United, who have little to play for. Castlefin Celtic can keep in touch with a win at Rathmullan, while the other games have little bearing on the table.
Donegal Physiotherapy & Performance Centre Div Two
In Division Two there is a title deciding game in Cranford where leaders Drumkeen United are the visitors, and a win for Drumkeen will seal the title.
Gweedore Utd will travel to Killygordon to play Curragh Athletic in a game Curragh must win if they want to challenge for a play-off spot. There will also be a mid-week game where Gweedore Utd host Copany Rovers where Gweedore have a short turnaround from their weekend game. Whitestrand travel to Deele Harps and Letterbarrow Celtic host Glenree Utd.
In the Glencar Inn Saturday Division One, the two main contenders are in action with leaders Glencar travelling to Keadue, while Strand Rovers host Glenea United Reserves. Glencar have a two point advantage with three games left, so they will want to avoid any slip ups.
Orchard United host Arranmore in the other game in the Division.
Old Orchard Inn Saturday Division TWO
All eyes will be on the Saturday League Division Two this weekend as the exciting title race draws to a close and it’ll be St Catherines Reserves and Dunlewey Celtic that’ll both be looking to lift the title.
Dunlewey have a dangerous lead of just one point above the Killybegs and travel to Deele College to play Raphoe Town knowing that any slip ups there will most certainly cost them their chance at glory.
St. Catherine’s need Raphoe to do them a favour as they travel to Drumkeen, hoping that a win will be the first part of a double for the club. Even if Dunlewey lose to Raphoe anything less than a win won’t be good enough as Dunlewey also carry the goal difference advantage should St Catherines draw.
In the other fixtures in the division Fintown Harps play Kildrum Tigers, Gweedore host Drumbar and Drumoghill make the trip to play Lagan Harps at Orchard Park.
Saturday 14/04/2018 K.O. 2p.m. (Unless Stated)