Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7pm
At the top of Division 2A, Culloville have picked up five points from three outings and take on St Paul’s this weekend.
St Paul’s likewise have yet to lose a game, beating Tullysaran and Carrickcruppen in their first two rounds.
Goals from Sean Toman and Niall McParland were the main scores for Ronan Clarke’s side against Cruppen last week.
Culloville edged a one-point win over Pearse Og, 2-10 to 2-9, with Taidgh O’Neill and 2023 College All-Star Ryan Duffy hitting the net.
Cullyhanna are currently second in the table having beat both the Ogs and most recently Wolfe Tones.
They travel to Tir na nOg on Friday night and Jim McCooe’s men have only got one game under their belt. That ended in a draw with Culloville.
Both Wolfe Tones and Carrickcruppen will be hoping to bounce back on Friday evening after defeats last Sunday.
The Tones conceded four goals in their 16-point defeat to Cullyhanna and have to go to Camlough this weekend.
Pearse Og have suffered back-to-back one-point defeats, so they’ll hope to get their first win when they meet Tullysaran.
Division 2B – All games on Friday at 7pm
In Division 2B, Derrynoose and Belleek are currently second and third in the table, joint on four points.
They clash on Friday and Derrynoose have yet to taste defeat. They’ve drawn with Annaghmore and Whitecross and also beat Cross II.
Belleek bounced back after a first-round loss to Forkhill. James McParland has been in fine goalscoring form in recent weeks, netting three times in two games for Shane Quinn’s side.
Whitecross are top of the table and they host Forkhill, who suffered a four-point defeat to Annaghmore last week.
That was Annaghmore’s first win of the season, and they’ll look to carry that momentum into Friday’s clash with Middletown.
Middletown are coming off the back of a 14-point defeat to Keady, who host Cross II on Friday evening.
Ryan Donnelly and James O’Hara hit 0-4 apiece against Middletown while James King and Oisin Keenan rattled the net.
Cross IIs are still searching for their first victory of the campaign. They’ve lost to Derrynoose and Belleek in their two outings.