The race for the North Devon Premier title is down to two after three key fixtures on Saturday.
Park United are in the driving seat after a 5-0 win over Braunton at Sandymere, with all the goals coming in the first half.
David Brown scored a brace for the hosts, with John Downing, Tom Forrester and Steve Skinner all netting.
Park can make it back-to-back league titles this weekend if they beat Fremington.
Shamwickshire Rovers can still claim the title if Park slip up in their final game. Shammy beat Torrington 3-0 at Vicarage Field on Saturday.
Jason McGinley and Nathan Bate struck for the visitors, who wrap their season up on May 25 with the reverse fixture.
North Molton finish the campaign in third. They fell out of the running after they were beaten 1-0 by Boca Seniors on Saturday. Jake England scored the decisive goal for the visitors.
Boca beat Bradworthy 5-0 at Mill Road on Wednesday, with Tom Marsh scoring a hat-trick.
Appledore Reserves edged closer to the Senior title after a 4-0 win at Fremington Reserves on Saturday.
Robin Kearney's brace and goals from Joe Wretham and Luke Arkless gave the Fishermen all three points.
Appledore take on Bideford CAFC in the Combe Martin Cup final this Saturday at Hollands Park, with kick-off at 6.30pm.
Braunton Reserves were 11-1 winners over Chivenor. Ben Aiken (4), Ryan Mugford (3), Matthew Hartnoll (2) and Raith Whattingham (2) were the scorers for the Seasiders. George Everitt scored for Chivenor.
Combe Martin beat Intermediate One champions Bideford CAFC Reserves 8-0 to move up to second.
North Molton Reserves ended their campaign with a 3-0 win at Holsworthy Reserves. Jamie Coomber, Adam Jerrett and Oliver Setherton scored for the Stags.
Appledore Lions confirmed themselves as champions on Saturday with a 4-0 win over Torridgeside Thirds at Donnacroft.
Lions were all-but certain of the title thanks to their goal difference, but goals from Mark Kinder, Ashley Short and Bradley Westcott gave them three points to settle things.
The other game saw Hartland Clovelly Reserves beat Barnstaple Reserves 5-1.
Jack Coleman and Ryan Tape each scored twice in the win and there was a goal for Matthew Wonnacott.
Ryan Isaac scored for Barnstaple.
The only game in Intermediate Three saw Eastside beat Kingsley Park 4-1.
Jacob Glover, Jasper Locke, Bradley Williams and substitute James Andrews scored for the hosts.