EVERYTHING is in place for Ardrossan Winton Rovers to lift the West of Scotland Football League (WoSFL) Second Division trophy this weekend.

Gavin Friels' men confirmed promotion to the First Division last month with victory away to Larkhall Thistle - and now all they need to do is secure a point in their final home match of the season against Caledonian Locomotive on Saturday, May 4.

Winton had hoped they might secure the title against Kilsyth Rangers at the weekend - but though Friels' side kept their end of the bargain with a 3-1 home win, a last-gasp winner for second-placed Cumbernauld United kept the champagne on ice for at least another week.

The title would also be secured for Winton on Saturday if Cumbernauld drop any points at home to Craigmark Burntonians.

At present, Cumbernauld, who have two games in hand, can match, but not overhaul, Winton's points total, though the Guy's Meadow side also need the mathematical miracle of a 32-goal swing in their last four matches to finish top of the pile.

Officials from the West of Scotland Football League have arranged for the trophy to be brought to Winton Park on Saturday in the event that all the right boxes are ticked for Rovers to clinch the title.

While most supporters and pundits would say the trophy is all but in the bag, Winton will be keen to leave no doubt and to lift the trophy in front of their own fans.

This Saturday's game will also mark the end of an era at Winton Park as it will also be the final game played on grass at the ground, with a new synthetic surface due to be installed in the summer.

Saturday's match gets under way at 2pm.