Division 3A – All games on Sunday at 2pm
There are only two games taking place this weekend in Division 3A, which gets underway on Sunday.
First up, Clonmore, who were relegated from Division 2B last season, take on Eire Og in the first round.
Clonmore are under new management, with Brendan Donaghy and James Grimley performing player/manager roles.
Donaghy recently retired from the inter-county game so should be available throughout the season.
Eire Og can call upon most of the same squad from last year when they made a tremendous start to the campaign.
The Craigavon men won the first five games of the league, but fell off their promotion charge last in the year.
Ballyhegan are another side that lost their grip on Intermediate football following their relegation to Division 3A.
They welcome James McCormack back to the team this year and they travel to Newtown on Sunday.
St Michael’s will have Armagh u-20 squad member Joe McClelland back in the side, while Benny Davidson is still available.
Division 3B – All games on Sunday at 2pm
Clady and Redmond O’Hanlon’s got the Division 3B league campaign up and running with a draw last weekend.
O’Hanlon’s have home advantage in round two as they take on Thomas Davis on Sunday afternoon.
Thomas Davis are without Ryan Courtney, Declan Jennings, and Keynois Crozier. They are under ex-Derry player Joe O’Kane.
Clady have former Madden defender Kieran Grimley in their ranks while Malachy Savage and Conor Doyle have returned from injury.
They take on Killeavy II, who claimed the Division 3A on the final day of the season last year.
Killeavy can still call upon 2017 Club All-Star Raymond Taggart who remains one of their key men.
An Port Mor open their account on Sunday when they host Mullabrack, but they’ll be minus a host of regulars.
Of last year’s panel, Cormac Kieran, Vance Doherty, Mark Donnelly and Jack McQuade are all unavailable.
Mullabrack will be able to call upon former Armagh Harps attacker Padraig Rafferty who joined this season.