Last year’s beaten Intermediate Championship finalists St Paul’s get their Division 2A campaign underway this weekend.
Ronan Clarke’s side take on Tir na nOg and will have home advantage. Promotion will be within their sights.
Tir na nOg earned promotion to Division 2A, finishing second behind Culloville in Division 2B last year.
The Blues are under new management with Damien Feeney and Eamon Hughes now in charge.
Culloville take on Peter Nugent’s Wolfe Tones on Sunday afternoon, with a later throw in time of 4pm.
The Tones will be without goalkeeper Callan Duffin, but Caolan Skelton has also joined the team this season.
Carrickcruppen are back competing at Intermediate level following a season spent in Division 1B.
They travel to Tullysaran this weekend, who will be without one of their key men in Eoghan Daly.
Division 2B – All games on Sunday at 2pm
Forkhill and Belleek clash in the opening round of the league in a repeat of their first round championship clash last season.
It took a replay to eventually separate them, with Belleek, now under the management of Shane Quinn, prevailing.
Sean McCreesh is back for another season for Belleek, while Forkhill will be without Oisin Flynn this season.
2022 Junior Championship winners Derrynoose take on Annaghmore to open their account for the year.
They are minus a number of regulars and Annaghmore, with Dessie McCormack back in the hotseat, have home advantage.
Middletown were the other team that earned promotion from Division Three last season and they host Cross II.
Middletown have a number of players on the Armagh hurling team, who compete in the Division 3A league final on Saturday.
Whitecross came down from Division 2A alongside Annaghmore last year and they host Keady on Sunday.
Cathal McSherry is back for Whitecross, with Keady are minus the likes of Connor Hughes and Sean McCabe.