Division 2A – All games on Sunday at 2pm
Culloville got their Division 2A campaign up and running with a two-point win, away from home, against Wolfe Tones.
They travel to Tir na nOg this weekend and will be without Niall Rowland, who picked up an ankle injury the last day out.
Tir na nOg came up from Division 2B last year alongside the Blues, and Sunday will be their first outing of 2023.
Their game with St Paul’s was postponed two weeks ago and Ronan Clarke’s Lurgan men travel to Tullysaran on Sunday.
Clarke was involved with Tullysaran when they won the JFC in 2015. Tullysaran lost to Carrickcruppen in the opening round of the league.
Pearse Og and St Patrick’s, both relegated from Division 1B last season, clash on Sunday in the first game for both teams.
The Ogs, under the new management of Garreth Thornton, still have the likes of Paul Duffy to call upon.
Cullyhanna have Tony Donnelly, Sean Connell and Mickey Murray back in the fold. They’ll be intent on climbing back to senior football.
Division 2B – All games on Sunday at 2pm
Whitecross got their Division 2B league campaign off to a winning start with a one point victory over Keady.
The McSherry brothers, Cathal and Neil, led the charge for Whitecross, who travel to Annaghmore on Sunday.
Both sides came down from Division 2A and Dessie McCormack’s men drew with Derrynoose on the opening day.
Derrynoose, last year’s Junior Championship winners, have Conor McNally fully fit again, which is a huge addition.
They take on Cross IIs, who have yet to play this season. A lot of their stars, such as Colin O’Connor and Ryan Duffy, are up with the senior squad this season.
Middletown have yet to play this year, but they’ll get their campaign up and running on Sunday.
They take on Belleek, who lost to Forkhill on the opening day, so will be eager to get back on track.