Clachnacuddin Women mathematically sealed the Highlands and Islands title with an 8-0 victory over Nairn Ladies.
After returning to first team action, Sean Welsh is ready to move on from the injury that ruled him out of a chance to play at Hampden.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have been drawn against Alloa Athletic at home in the fourth round of the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
After losing his mum just as the season was getting started, Shaun Rooney has refocused his efforts on the pitch as he tries to honour her.
Clach will not go over the top with celebrations if they win the league this weekend, because there are still more matches to come.
ICT Development coach Ally Munro feels that this weekend's opponents, Kirkwall City, have come on a lot over the course of the season.
Injuries to key players will give Inverness Caledonian Thistle Women's fringe players a chance to step up against Westdyke.
ICT's promising players Roddy MacGregor and Cameron Harper will start tomorrow's Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup match against Morton.
Rhea Hossack's five-goal haul for Clachnacuddin last weekend should be a big boost to her confidence, says manager Bobby Beckwith.
Karen Mason wants to see Caley Thistle Women smooth out the kinks in their hot and cold form before the season is over.
Sandy McLeod initially knocked back Clachnacuddin's advances – before having a change of heart and taking the job at Grant Street Park.