Manulla are Mayo Women's League champions for 2023.
They secured their fourth title in a row when defeating Castlebar Town 3-2 on Friday evening.
This is the second time the club have completed the four in a row, an accomplishment achieved by their women's team in the period 2013 to 2016.
Straide & Foxford were confirmed as Division 1 champions when results elsewhere went their way on what was a free evening for them. S&F were named as champions with a game in hand and will look forward to a trip to Ballinrobe this weekend with the title in the bag.
Under the rain in Carramore, Manulla saw of their nearest rivals by the narrowest of margins with one game still to be played in the league. Three first-half goals from Niamh Flannery, Lauren McLellan and Anna Heaney secured full points, the Town goals both scored by Ava Keane.
Heavy rain and wind were also the order of the day down in Swinford where the home side enjoyed a 3-1 win over Kiltimagh Knock United who battled all the way to the end.
Erin Murphy converted a 23rd minute penalty, with Bria McLoughlin finishing excellently 10 minutes later for Swinford, and Melissa Devanney wrapping up their scoring 16 minutes from the end. Rosie McDonnell popped in a late consolation score for the visitors.
In Division 1, Killala got the better of Crossmolina by a solitary goal, 3-2, in an exciting game at the seaside club.
Alison Munnelly had the only goal of the first half for Killala, with Dara Moore restoring parity in the 66th minute. Another Munnelly - Alva - restored the Killala lead in the 80th minute, but the Cross' reply was swift, with a goal almost immediately from Fiona Gordon. It fell to Alva to make the points secure with an 86th minute score - another good return of goals for her.
The final round of the league takes place this Friday, August 25, at 7 p.m., with all teams apart from KK and Killala in action. The fixtures are: Castlebar Town v Swinford, Conn Rangers v Manulla, Crossmolina v Kilmore, Ballinrobe Town v Straide & Foxford.
Manulla, Claremorris, Swinford and Ballinrobe Town all enjoyed wins in the Mayo Women's League Under 19 Cup, with a return to league action this week.
The semi-final draws are: Manulla v Claremorris; Swinford v Ballinrobe Town.
Manulla 5-0 Ballina Town
Claremorris 2-0 Conn Rangers
Swinford 4-0 Killala
Castlebar Town 0-2 Ballinrobe Town