February marks the month where many of the SERYFA cup finalists will be decided and there are more than a fair few on display this weekend. Here are five games in the South East Region to keep an eye out for this weekend.
Craigroyston CYFC vs Linton Hotspur FC Colts U13 - George Salmon Cup - Last 16
The top two in the SERYFA 3rd division face off this weekend for a place in the George Salmon Cup quarter-finals against Musselburgh Young Stars.
The previous meeting between these two sides produced a 1-1 draw, however there must be a winner in this one, which should make for an entertaining match.
Musselburgh Windsor vs Lasswade Thistle U14 - Willie Bauld Cup - Semi Final
A potential meeting in the final against either Hutchison Vale and Edinburgh South CFC awaits the winner of this tie. Lasswade Thistle won the league title last year but remain five points behind Windsor, having played a game less.
The last meeting between these two sides saw them play out a 1-1 draw, so expect a close game that could go all the way to penalties.
Hutchison Vale Colts vs St Bernards BC Midlothian U15 - John McConnell Cup - Semi Final
Hutchison Vale Colts have had a tough start to this season in the first division. They are without a win in the league so far and yet are still one game away from a cup final.
They face a tough task in St Bernards, who have won both of their previous meetings this season, but anything can happen in cup competitions and an upset could very well be on the cards here.
Spartans FC Whites vs North Berwick Colts U16 - Division 3 League Cup - Semi Final
North Berwick Colts have been impressive this season. They are currently 11 points clear at the topof the SERYFA third division and have lost just three games all season in the league.
This makes them a target and Spartans Whites will certainly be motivated to book their place in the League Cup final at Colts' expense.
Hutchison Vale vs Leith Athletic U19 - Colin Campbell Sports Cup - Quarter Final
This game should have goals written all over it. The last meeting between these two sides in the league saw Leith win the match 7-4 so here's hoping for another goalfest this weekend.
Leith currently sit top of the table, unbeaten in league competition and Hutchison Vale will hope to get a measure of revenge as well as book their place in the semi-finals.