A last minute strike saw Rob Roy lose a fourth straight game on Saturday.
Raabs went down 1-0 to Clydebank following an injury time winner - a disappointing end to the last league game ever to be played at Adamslie Park.
The club are hoping to move to a new stadium near the town’s Southbank Marina, but in the meantime will groundshare with Cumbernauld United at Guys Meadow.
Saturday’s result leaves Rabs sitting sixth in the table with one game left to play.
But the three sides currently directly below Rabs in the league seem almost certain to overtake them by the end of the season.
Hurlford, Cumnock and Glenafton trail by only one point, four points and four points respectively - but have between five and NINE games in hand over Rob Roy.
Bottom-of-the-table Largs Thistle are odds-on to fill one of two automatic relegation spots.