Dundrum II and Halverstown look to have the title race between them. Dundrum have a healthy lead but may still have to win against Halverstown on the last day of the season to secure the title. North County have an outside [very outside] chance of getting the second spot but Adamstown, despite an encouraging start to the season, are probably too far back to get promoted. Sandyford IIs have had a disappointing season and with only one win are almost certain to go down. With three matches to go each, Phoenix IVs and Mullingar IIs have still something to play for but each need a couple of wins badly. Terenure IIIs are not completely out of the woods but shoud survive unless a run of results go against them.
D10 sees Civil Service IIIs, with ten wins out of eleven completed matches and 82%, almost across the line. Pembroke V and YMCA IVs will likely have to be content to battle in out for promotion. Pembroke still have four matches to play so they are capable of creating a late surprise. North Kildare IIIs, with only one win and needing three full point wins from their remaining matches, are almost certainly down. They will probably be joined by Hills IV who have also only one win but with more matches to play at least have the hope of getting out of trouble.
Dundalk, in their first season in the league, have the highest percentage points [93%] and are a near certainty for the D11 title [some outstanding results and refixes means the title cannot be called as yet]. One of either Laois IIIs or Rush IIIs look likely for runners up. There is clear space between Old Belvedere IIIs and Civil Service IVs and the rest of the teams at the bottom of the league, so these are clear favourites for relegation. It was sad to note that points had to be deducted from certain teams for not travelling to away fixtures in Laois and Bagenalstown.
In D12 Clontarf V are clear leaders with two matches to play. They are being chased by North County Vs who have two refix matches. Still all to play for with Phoenix V in with an outside chance of getting a promotion place. With the withdrawal of Hills V earlier in the season the OCC will have to decide what happens here but with probably only one relegation place at stake Sandyford IIIs and Ballyeighan with two wins [and less then 2 percentage points difference] each have plenty to play for.
In another seven team league, D13 seems to be between Clontarf Vi and Pembroke VI, with the former just ahead. Wicklow IVs look like the side going down [only one win this year] but again it will be up to the OCC to decide what happens with the numbers in D12 / D13.
The final divisoin [also seven teams] has both Knockharley III and Halverstown II on 75%. Halverstown have more matches to play so one could say the title outcome is in their hands, but as they have to play each other on the 3rd September, whoever wins will be favourite for the title.