Armagh are well on track to compete in the Division 3A league final this season following their opening two wins.
The Orchard Camogs sit top of their section leading into the final round of the group stages this weekend.
Sean Hughes’ ladies defeated both Mayo and Kildare in recent weeks and carry that form into the final round.
They take on rivals Tyrone, in Omagh, on Saturday and the Camogs will be targeting a third win on the trot.
Tyrone earned their first win of the season last weekend when they overcame Mayo with four-points to spare.
That followed a heavy first round defeat at home to Kildare with 20-points the difference when the final whistle sounded.
Tyrone conceded seven goals that day, and another three in round two, and that will be music to Armagh’s ears.
The Orchard County have been in fine goal scoring form throughout the start of the league, netting seven times in two games.
They raised five green flags in the opening round win over Mayo, all coming after the half time interval.
Ballymacnab trio Michelle McGuigan, joint-captain of the team, Ellie McKee and Eimear Smyth all ratted the net.
Rachael Merry claimed a goal as well, as did substitute Sinead Quinn and the pair were the two goal scorers against Kildare as well.
Their defence has been well on top in both games as well, with Ciarrai Devlin performing well between the sticks.
Armagh kept a clean sheet the last day out and the same performance again would go a long way in helping them earn a third victory.
They’ll also have Eabha Lennon back in the fold this week as she missed the Kildare game through college commitments.
Lennon was part of the UU football team that won the Giles Cup last Saturday in the Connacht Dome.
It’s a great opportunity for Armagh to reach a league final and get some silverware on board this early in the season.