Division 3A – All games on Sunday at 2pm
St Michael’s got their Division 3A campaign off to a flying start when they overcame Ballyhegan in their first game by seven points.
Benny Davidson chipped in with 0-8 as Seamus O’Callaghan’s men picked up the first points of the year.
They take on Clonmore this weekend, who also got their campaign up and running with a victory.
Sean Quigley’s converted penalty was the key score as they saw off Eire Og with a strong second half display.
Eire Og have the chance to bounce back on Sunday as they host Collegeland, who have yet to play in 2023.
Eire Og are without one of their main forwards in Daniel Ryan while Collegeland are also missing a few key men.
2019 Club All-Star Niall Brady has joined the Harps, while James Kelly and Lorcan Curran are off to Australia.
Last year’s beaten Junior Championship finalists Lissummon open their account with a home time against Ballyhegan.
They’ll be without towering midfielder Damian O’Hagan, but still have star forward Steven Matthews to call on.
Division 3B – All games on Sunday at 2pm
After two first round draws against O’Hanlon’s and Killeavy IIs, Clady will hope to get their first win of the year.
They are home to An Port Mor, who got their season off to a winning start with a one point victory over Mullabrack.
Ryan Gorman claimed the all-important three-pointer in that game to get An Port Mor up and running.
Mullabrack, with former player Hugh McSorley in charge this year, have the chance to bounce back on Sunday.
They face the unknown as they take on Clann Eireann IIs, who have yet to get their campaign underway.
Brian Mallon is in charge of the Lurgan side, and their panel consists of a mixture of youth and experience.
Last year’s Division 3B championships Killeavy II travel to Thomas Davis on Sunday, who they overcame to win the title last season.
The Corrinshego men got off to a brilliant start on the opening day, defeating O’Hanlon’s 3-12 to 1-6.