Division 1A – All games on Friday at 7pm
There’s an early season top of the table clash in Division 1A as Clann Eireann host Armagh Harps on Friday.
The Harps have yet to drop any points while Clann Eireann have had an unbeaten start to the season.
Pascal Canavan’s side may be without midfielder James Walsh, who scored a goal against Ballymacnab last weekend, but suffered an arm injury towards the end of the game.
In a repeat of last year’s Senior Championship semi-final, Tommy Coleman’s Killeavy take on Granemore.
Granemore got the better that day but have yet to win a game so far this year. They lost to the Harps before drawing with Madden last weekend.
Ross Finn featured as a second half substitute that night and may be available from the start this weekend.
Killeavy earned a share of the spoils against Clann Eireann in their most recent outing, thanks to scores from Miceal McNamee and Shane Kavanagh.
Mullaghbawn will be aiming for their first win of the campaign, following defeats to Clann Eireann, Armagh Harps and Crossmaglen.
They host Madden, who will be without Patrick Carr, who saw red against Granemore last week. But star forward Aron McKenna will be available.
Division 1B – All games on Friday at 7pm
In Division 1B, Maghery take on Dromintee and both sides are hoping to get back to the top tier following relegation in 2022.
Dromintee have made the brighter start, picking up five points from four games, losing only to Sarsfields last week.
Maghery on the other hand have earned just one win against Shane O’Neill’s. They suffered defeats to Silverbridge and Sarsfields.
The High Moss men will hope to continue that winning form when they make the short journey to St Peter’s.
Frank Fitzsimmons side have made a decent start. They claimed their first win last week against Shane’s after back-to-back one-point losses to Clan na Gael and Silverbridge.
Clan na Gael head into the weekend having shipped a heavy nine-point defeat to table toppers Silverbridge.
The Clans are bringing through a host of talented youngsters with James Austin and Callum O’Neill impressing recently.
They meet Grange, who suffered a 15-point loss to Dromintee last Sunday. So, both sides will be hoping to bounce back.