IT HAS been a long season in the West of Scotland Football League (WoSFL).

League campaigns first kicked off back in July 2022, and this month many will draw to a close.

And as sides in Ayrshire approach their final few fixtures we have compiled a list of teams across the county who have something to play for - which could be decided in Saturday's, May 20, round of fixtures.

First Division

  • Whitletts Victoria - After a rollercoaster campaign, the Ayr based side can secure safety on Saturday. They host Johnstone Burgh at Dam Park, and a victory would be enough to confirm survival with a game to spare.

Second Division

  • Maybole Juniors - Maybole host Ashfield this weekend, a side who have already secured promotion into the First Division. After an excellent campaign, if Maybole can defeat them at Ladywell Park on Saturday, they will be joining them for the 2023/24 season, with two games still to spare.
  • Craigmark Burntonians - The only side who can stop Maybole gaining promotion is Craigmark. Maybole can dash The Mark's faint hopes with a win though if Ryan Caddis' side lose away to Maryhill on Saturday, that would also end their dreams regardless of the Maybole result. With three games still to play for both sides, Craigmark need a miracle.
  • Ardeer Thistle - Speaking of mircales, that's exctly what Stevenston side Ardeer Thistle need. Sean Kenney's side do not play until Wednesday next week, however if Wishaw beat already relegated Greenock on Saturday, Thistle will already be down by the time that match comes around.

Third Division

  • Ardrossan Winton Rovers -A Winton are all but promoted, six points clear of the only team who can catch them (Lanark United) with two games to play and with 30-goal, goal difference advatange - but they can make sure on Saturday. They face a tough test at Winton Park Park in Larkhall Thistle, who can also secure promotion this weekend, however a win or draw will secure a place in the Second Division next season. Failing that, if Lanark drop any points in their final two matches, Winton are promoted.
  • Irvine Victoria - After an amazing start to the campaign, Vics were in the driving seat for promotion. However, their form dropped off at the worst possible time. Now, they must win away to Kello Rovers, and winn their final two games too, to keep any faint hopes of promotion alive. They also need Larkhall Thistle to pick up a maximum of one point from their last three matches, or promotion is off the cards this season.
  • Girvan - It would take a remarkable sequence of events, but technically Girvan can still go down. However, if they win at home to Port Glasgow on Saturday they will be mathematically safe. Failing that, if East Kilbride lost to champions elect Vale of Clyde, they will also secure safety.
  • Dalry Thistle - It has been a strange season for Dalry who have picked up some excellent results yet could still face the drop. Though it seems unlikely it is possible. However, when they face Lanark United on Saturday, safety can be guaranteed with a win, should East Kilbride lose to Vale of Clyde.

All Saturday matches mentioned above kick off at 2pm.