There’s only one Division 1A league game taking place on Friday evening and Madden host Granemore in round three.
Granemore have only had one outing so far this season and suffered a 0-4 to 2-4 defeat to Armagh Harps.
Kieran Toner is back in the fold for last years beaten championship finalists and will add real experience around the middle.
Madden are coming off the back of a one-point lost at the hands of Killeavy, having led for the majority of the game.
On Saturday, Ballymacnab will hope to get their first win of the season when they host the reigning champions Armagh Harps.
Former Ballymacnab manager Pascal Canavan is now in charge of the Harps and will come up against his former side.
On Sunday (2pm), Tommy Coleman will also come up against his former side as Killeavy travel to Clann Eireann.
Coleman guided the Lurgan men to championship success in 2021 but will be plotting their downfall this weekend.
Crossmaglen will be aiming to bounce back following a five-point defeat to Madden in their last outing.
They take on Mullaghbawn on Sunday (3pm), and Peter McDonnell’s side are still searching for their first points of the year.
Division 1B – All games on Sunday at 2pm
Both Shane O’Neill’s and St Peter’s earned promotion to senior football last season and they clash this weekend.
The Shane’s defeated St Peter’s three times last season, twice in the league and in the championship quarter-final as well.
St Peter’s have yet to pick up a point this year, while Shane O’Neill’s have won one of their three outings.
Table toppers Silverbridge take on Clan na Gael and will be hoping to continue their perfect start to the season.
Goals from Fionnan Burns and Sean Rock saw Colm Nally’s side past St Peter’s last week, while Clans drew with Dromintee.
Dromintee will have home advantage when they take on Grange. Cathal McKenna’s late score earned them a share of the spoils against Clan na Gael.
Grange picked up their last win under new manager Chris Rafferty. Sean Doherty and Brendan Rafferty netted in their two-point win over Sarsfields.
The High Moss men will be keen to get back on track when they host Maghery on Sunday afternoon.
Eamon Robinson’s Maghery were five-point winners over Shane O’Neill’s in round two and will be out to gather a second win on the trot.