Thanks to a friendly against Douglas & District
Old Boys have been presented with the Combination One trophy but not without difficulty.
Last night's match at Ramsey Youth Centre was postponed as the home side were unable to field a team.
However, Douglas & District agreed to play a friendly at Blackberry Lane so the silverware could be presented.
Only two games were played - in Combination One Laxey came away from Ramsey with a 6-3 victory and Braddan beat Onchan 6-0 in Combination Two.
Braddan can win the title next Tuesday with a win at home to Castletown.
This evening, Champions St. George's play their final game in the Canada Life Premier League.
A win at home to Ramsey Youth Centre will give them an unbeaten record of 23 won and one draw.
Runners-up Peel entertain Union Mills at Douglas Road.
In Division Two, Braddan need to beat Champions Douglas Athletic to secure a top four finish and a place in the Paul Henry Gold Cup semi-finals.
Douglas Athletic will be out to finish their own unbeaten league campaign.
Elsewhere, Douglas Royal welcome Malew to Ballafletcher and Foxdale play Onchan.