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*Conor Shannon will be in action for St Breckans. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography

The destination of a number of the adult football league trophies will be decided this weekend as the final round of games in all seven divisions are down for decision.

In the Cusack Cup (Division 1), there are three teams currently on seven points each with three wins and a draw to their credits.

St. Josephs Miltown lead the way on score difference while the other two clubs challenging them for the title are St. Breckans and Ennistymon.

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Miltown welcome fourth placed Clondegad to Hennessy Park this week with the home side fancied to maintain their unbeaten run. St. Breckans make the journey to Quilty to play Kilmurry-Ibrickane with the Lisdoonvarna outfit carrying the favourites tag while Ennistymon host Kildysart.

In Division 2 (Garry cup) unbeaten Lissycasey are favourites to capture the title. A draw or win will see them crowned winners of this title. They travel to Labasheeda to play bottom of the table Shannon Gaels in their final game.

Lissycasey have maximum points from their four outings to date while they also have a superior score difference over their nearest rivals St. Josephs Doora/Barefield who have three wins from four outings. They play Kilrush at Gurteen and the shamrocks also have three wins from four outings with the Parish just ahead of the West Clare side on score difference.

The Division 3 title is between neighbours Wolfe Tones and Cratloe who clash at Shannon. The home side go into this game with maximum points while Cratloe have lost once which means that a draw will be enough for the Tones to claim the title.

It’s a little more complicated in Division 4 as the group includes nine teams so there will be one more round after this week as the teams that have received byes to date will be given an opportunity to play so that their tally of games will be the same as those who will complete their fifth round this week.

In Division 5 a draw or a win for Doonbeg who make the journey to Meelick will see them claim the title. Any slip up by the Magpies and Cratloe or Lissycasey could come into the reckoning.

Wolfe Tones are also in the running for the Division 6 title and victory for them over Michael Cusacks on Sunday evening will earn them the title.

Ennistymon lead the Division 7 table from Lissycasey and they meet in Lissycasey this Saturday evening in their final game.

With the start of the adult championships just a couple of weeks away, this weekend’s league ties should provide plenty of entertainment.

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