BEITH Juniors could create a little bit of club history this weekend.

It has been another impressive season for The Mighty and they could cap it all off on Saturday, May 4, with a victory over Troon at 2pm.

Should Chris Strain's side pick up three points they would create an insurmountable lead atop the West of Scotland Football League (WoSFL) Premier Division, securing the league title.

The Bellsdale side have found themselves in an envious position following a 1-0 win on Wednesday, May 1, away to Largs Thistle.

It would be a second consecutive top division title for the Garnock Valley outfit, something they have never done before in their history.

It would be made all the sweeter given the match is their last of the season to be played at their home ground, Bellsdale Park.

Despite Beith's imperious form this season, the result is far from a given as they face a Troon side who won the reverse fixture 3-2 earlier this season.

Should Strain's side not win the match, the title could still be won on Saturday.

A draw would be enough to end the slim title hopes of Clydebank and St Cadoc's, who both need a win coupled with a Beith loss to keep their hopes alive, and ironically face each other on Saturday. A draw would take both sides out of the running regardless of the result at Bellsdale.

Auchinleck Talbot require a Beith loss or draw to keep their dreams alive. Though even if this transpires they must go on a perfect run themselves with away games on Monday and Wednesday, against Darvel and Largs Thistle respectively, as well as a home match on Saturday versus Pollok.

All of this considered, even if a worst case scenario transpires on Saturday, it would all still be in Beith's hands for the final matches of the season on May 11.

Beith face relegation-threatened Arthurlie on the final day and would require a win to secure glory if they were to lose to Troon on Saturday and any of their rivals win their matches leading up to then.

A draw versus The Seasiders would leave only Auchinleck in the running but even if Talbot go on a perfect run Strain's side would only need a point at Dunterlie to ensure the title stays at Bellsdale.