Ahead of the upcoming league campaign, we’ve taken a look at the ins and outs of the teams competing in Division 3A.
James McCormack is back in the fold having spent last season in America. He was sorely missed as the Davitts suffered relegation.
The Ballyhegan sharpshooter top scored for his side in the 2020 Intermediate Championship with 2-10 in two games.
Brendan Donaghy retired from inter-county action at the end of last season and along with forward James Grimley, will perform player/manager roles for the club.
Youngster Sean Quigley, who missed their championship clash with St Paul’s in 2022, should be available for selection ahead of the league.
2019 All-Star goalkeeper, who won a JFC with Collegeland that same year, Niall Brady has transferred to Armagh Harps, while Lorcan Curran is off to Australia.
Defender James Kelly is also on the move, and he’ll join Curran down under. He will be a huge miss in the Collegeland defence.
Star midfielder Conor Moley has transferred to Pádraig Sáirséil in Antrim and will leave a massive gap in the centre of Dorsey’s team.
Sharpshooting half forward Padraig Cumiskey has transferred to Silverbridge and will be a miss in the Dorsey attack.
Gary Brennan will be working off mostly the same squad that Eire Og had throughout the 2022 season.
Daniel Ryan has stepped into retirement however and he will be a big loss for the Craigavon men.
Lissummon have lost one of their main players, with towering midfielder Damian O’Hagan off to Australia.
O’Hagan was a powerful presence around the centre of the field as Lissummon reached the JFC final last year.
St Michael’s will be working with the same squad as last year as Seamus O’Callaghan’s men look to push on in 2023.
Veteran Benny Davidson will return for another year in the blue and white, having made his first appearance way back in 1997.