Division 1A – All games on Sunday at 2pm
Killeavy will take part in their third Division 1A game of the season when they host Madden on Sunday afternoon.
Tommy Coleman’s men got their first win over Ballymacnab in round two following an opening day defeat to Crossmaglen.
Madden faced Cross in their first game and came away with a 1-13 to 1-8 victory. Aron McKenna’s goal was the key score for the Raparees.
Ballymacnab will hope to bounce back from their first-round defeat when they host Clann Eireann this weekend.
The 2021 SFC winners got their season off to a winning start, seeing off Mullaghbawn with ten-points to spare.
Jack Conlon and Ruairi McDonald, the goal scores in the 2021 SFC final, were the key men the last day out.
Mullaghbawn host Armagh Harps and are down a number of key players. Full back Conor Tierney is injured while Conlaoch Garvey has gone to Australia.
The Harps defeated Granemore 2-4 to 0-4 two weeks ago and fielded a lot of younger players.
Oisin McGurgan and James McCoy claimed the all-important three-pointers for Pascal Canavan’s side.
Maghery suffered a four-point defeat at the hands of Silverbridge in the opening round so they’ll be keen to bounce back.
They’ll have to do it without 2020 Club Player of the Year Brian Fox, who has recently relocated to Dublin.
They take on a Shane O’Neill’s side who will be high on confidence following their 0-13 to 1-5 win over Grange.
Chris Rafferty’s Grange will are aiming to get back on track as they take on Sarsfields this weekend, at 3pm.
Rafferty is part of Brendan Hughes’ Armagh minor management team and will come up against Hughes on the sideline this Sunday.
A late Paul McGeown free earned maximum points for the High Moss men against Dromintee in the last round.
Dromintee are away to Clan na Gael this weekend, and can call upon sharpshooter Aidan Morgan, who has recently returned from Austraila.
The Clans overcame St Peter’s in their refixed meeting last Friday evening, with one-point to spare in the end.
St Peter’s have home advantage again this weekend as they host table toppers Silverbridge.
Goals from Peter Carragher and Fionnan Burns secured a four-point win over Maghery for Colm Nally’s side.