Wacky Rollers, the Division I champions of the 2009-2010 league with three matches in hand in the LIME Premier League have an outside chance of remaining in Dominica's top football league. But they will have to win those remaining matches if they are to force the DFA 2012 knockout champions, Northern Concrete & Steel Bombers, into relegation alongside RIC Kensbro (Division One champions 2010-2011 League).

Rollers were on eight points from 13 matches and could reach 17, which would eclipse the 15 points of Bombers, who had one match in hand against Wacky Rollers.

Five of the nine premiership teams had completed their quota of 16 matches. And these were champions Scotiabank Bath Estate 37 points, Dublanc 30, Sam Martin Pointe Michel 22, KFC Harlem United 20 and Kensbro 12.

Sagicor South East were on 28 points, Ai-cons 20, Bombers 15 and Rollers 8. In recent matches, Sagicor South East brushed aside Pointe Michel 4-0 and Kensbro 3-1. Dublanc defeated Bombers 2-1 in their last outing, and Ai-cons whipped Newtown rivals, Harlem 3-1.