St. George's are back in Canada Life Premier League action on Saturday afternoon just four days after celebrating winning the Railway Cup for the third year in a row.
They go to mid-table Corinthians who will be hoping those celebrations have tired the Champions out.
A win for Geordies will put them five points clear at the top of the table as second placed Laxey are not in action.
Elsewhere, St. Mary's have a tough trip to Peel, Old Boys entertain Ramsey at Blackberry Lane, Castletown host St. John's and Union Mills tackle Marown.
There's a big match in Division Two when leaders Michael travel to nearest challengers Colby.