Exciting final round of fixtures in store in Sligo Senior Leagues

The final round of fixtures in the top three divisions in the Fureys Coaches Sligo Senior Leagues take place this weekend, with some big games in store.

In the top flight, leaders Tourlestrane are already guaranteed top-spot ahead of their trip to Ransboro tonight to face Coolera/Strandhill at 8pm.

The other four games are all at 1pm on Sunday. Second-placed Coolaney/Mullinabreena will join Tourlestrane in the final if they beat Eastern Harps in Nace O’Dowd Park, but if they slip up, St Mary’s could overtake them with a win at home to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point.

The north Sligo side will be relegated with a defeat at Kent Park, but could drag Harps and Curry back into the relegation mix with a win in Ballydoogan.

Curry are away to Shamrock Gaels knowing a win guarantees their safety, while St Molaise Gaels finish off their campaign with a trip to Tubbercurry.

The final round of games in Division Two are also at 1pm on Sunday.

Leaders Calry/St Joseph’s will guarantee top spot if the avoid defeat at Castleconnor, but their opponents could potentially overtake them with a win in Corballa.

A win for Geevagh at home to Enniscrone/Kilglass coupled with a victory for Castleconnor would leave three teams on equal points at the top of the table, and would leave the CCC with a headache as score difference cannot be used to separate the sides because of walkovers earlier in the league.

If both Geevagh and Castleconnor were to lose, Easkey could sneak into the final with a win at home to St Patrick’s.

St Michael’s will be relegated if they fail to be second-from-bottom St Farnan’s away.

Bunninadden and St John’s also clash on Sunday.

In Division Three, leaders Ballymote are home to Cloonacool tonight at 8pm, while second-placed Owenmore Gaels are away to Eastern Harps at the same time.

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