Strathmore chalked up an impressive win away to basement side Ellon in BT Caledonia Division One.
The visitors took time to get the better of the stuffy hosts and led only 8-0 at the break.
However, the Inchmacoble men clicked through the gears in the second period to chalk up a 39-7 win.
Strathie, who sit sixth in the table, will conclude their league programme with a fixture at home to champions Orkney.
The islanders clinched the title with a 39-12 win at Hillfoots. They will now step up to BT National Division Three.
Hillfoots will round off their first season in Division One on Saturday when they travel to face Highland.
Alloa rounded off their preparations for Saturday’s trip to BT Murrayfield with their closing match in the league, away to Madras in Division Two.
The Earlsfield side eased to a 57-12 win that will ensure they travel in fine fettle for the BT Bowl final against Cumnock.
Madras will play their final league fixture away to Grangemouth Stags on Saturday.
The St Andrews men have already secured fifth spot in the table.
In Division Three, Waid Academy snatched two vital points in their battle to move away from the foot of the table. The Anstruther side produced a battling performance to earn a share of the spoils from a 17-17 draw away to Dundee University Medics.
Crieff & Strathearn still have second place within their sights after they returned from the trip to face Stirling Bridgehaugh with a 27-17 win to their credit.
Stobswell moved into pole position in Division Four (Midlands) with a crushing 53-6 win at home to erstwhile leaders Fife Southern.
The result means the Downfield men will secure the silverware if they beat Glenrothes seconds on Saturday.