In the SFL Division 1, 7 teams can still make the 4 Semi Final places and 7 teams are at risk of finishing in the bottom 4 and possible relegation to Division 2.
SFL Division 2 is just as tight, with 4 teams still in the hunt for the 2 places in the final and a chance to play for a trophy and the winners getting promotion to Division 1. 7 teams can still end up with a place in the Semi Finals, and whoever wins that game would play the loser of the final with the winner of that play-off being promoted..
In Erne Cup 1, St Patrick’s Donagh look set to join Kinawley Brian Borus in next weekend’s final. At the bottom of the table, a four way battle is underway to avoid the drop to Division 2.
In Erne Cup 2, either Brookeborough Heber McMahons, Belnaleck Art McMurroughs or Irvinestown St Molaise will join Newtownbutler First Fermanaghs in the final, with both finalists going to Erne Cup 1 next year.
Regulation 5 – Teams Finishing on Level Points
In the event of teams finishing on level points in the Erne Cup or Senior Football League, the tie shall be decided by the following means and in the order specified:
Where two teams only are involved – the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the previous game(s) in the Competition;
Scoring Difference (subtracting the total Scores Against from the total Scores For);
Highest total Score For;
Highest total Goals For;
Scoring Average (dividing the total Scores For by the total Scores Against);