League leaders Exodus dropped another two points in the LIME Premier League, while defending champions in the DOMLEC Women League New India Goodwill Runners lost their second match for the season as action continued in Dominica Football Association national leagues over the weekend.

On Saturday Exodus were held to 1-all draw by Dublanc at the Benjamin Park. Randolph Peltier opened the scoring for Exodus, with Rufuson Pierre Louis getting the equalizer for Dublanc. Earlier in the first half Randolph Peltier failed to convert from the penalty spot.

While at the Poree Playing Field Scotia Bank Bath Estate hammered bottom-placed team Mahaut Soca Strikers 5-1. Mitchell joseph found the back of the nets twice, with Julian Wade, Derrickson Mc Donald and Neil Lee getting one each. Denzil Laudat scored for Soca Strikers.

On Sunday Sagicor South East continued their strong challenge to the championship with a 3-2 win over defending champions Northern Concrete & Steel Bombers at the Geneva Grounds. Malian Phillip, Josley Prince and Chad Phillip scored for South East with Dowan Leblanc and Romario Burgins scoring for Bombers. While at the Poree Playing Field Aicons edged out Harlem United 2-1. Danny Joseph and Jeffery Charles scored for Aicons, with Elmond Derrick getting the lone goal for Harlem.

Meanwhile, in the DOMLEC Women League on Sunday defending champions New India Goodwill Runners suffered their second defeat for the season as they went down to title challengers New Generation by 2 goals to 1. New Generation's first goal came from a Goodwill Runners player, with Davina Isles getting the winning goal. Cassandra Delsol scored for the defending champs. On Saturday Donisha Xavier scored five times to pilot Bombers Starlights to a 6-2 win over South East Stars. Akima St Jean also scored for Starlights. Ethylene Lockhart scored for South East, while they also benefited from an own goal.