As far as finishes to a season goes, it couldn’t get any more exciting than the potential finale in the North West Premiership.
At the top it’s a mouthwatering weekend as leaders Coleraine and second-placed Brigade prepare to meet twice.
The prize awaiting Coleraine, should they win both games, will be the title, but Senior Cup finalists Brigade will hardly surrender without a fight.
Two wins for them, at Beechgrove today, and at Sandel Lodge on Sunday, would put Gareth McKeegan’s men in pole position with one game left.
Coleraine are boosted by the return of professional Roy Silva.
At the bottom it’s barely less exciting. Glendermott, who breathed life into their survival battle by beating Strabane last Saturday, have home advantage against a Donemana team with nothing to play for.
Much could hinge on the performance of the home side’s professional Gavon Christian.
Bready travel to mid-table Eglinton knowing that a fourth win of the season could take them to relative safety of seventh place.
The bottom two meet on the final weekend of the season in September at Magheramason.
In Saturday’s other game Strabane facing Fox Lodge at Ballymagorry.