The major accolades in Division 5 could well be revealed this weekend. Phoenix 3 travel to Malahide 3 on Saturday, requiring just one point from the match to book their place at the annual awards night as Division 5 Champions for 2015. Even if they fail to get the one point required tomorrow, they have another chance on September 5th when they take on Merrion 4.
Adamstown 2 look to be the strong favourite for the Division 9 title, although there is still a good way to go yet
The traditional end of season excitement caused by the denouement of Division 3 is once again upon us. Season after season, the teams bunch up, with teams spending the final weeks of the season having one eye on the relegation zone, and the other on the top.
The one remarkable thing about the Division 13 league table, is that we are into August, and Laois 3 are still listed as having completed a game. That is partly due to a bereavement in the club that has meant the last few cards have been a bit delayed, but is mainly due to awful luck with the weather, giving Laois 3 five NRs from five attempts.
Civil Service 4 have dominated the season so far, and with only five matches left, cannot finish lower than 54%. It is unlikely they will finish in the bottom half, and have to be the favourites for the title. Behind them, the next five teams all have a chance of being in the shake up for the top....or the bottom depending on how things go. Dundalk 2 and Merrion 8 are adrift at the bottom, and need points - but with over half their season left.