Division 1A – Thursday
Three of the six Division 1A games coming up this week take place on Thursday evening, with Granemore and Mullaghbawn meeting at 7pm.
The sides met in last season’s Senior Championship quarter-final, which Granemore won by four-points, 1-9 to 0-8.
A second half Kieran Doyle goal made all the difference, but injury has kept Doyle sidelined so far this year.
Mullaghbawn are coming off the back of their fourth defeat of the season, having lost to Madden last weekend.
Niall Smith rattled the net for the Raparees that night and they’ll face Ballymacnab, at home, on Thursday.
The Nab have yet to pick up a single point throughout the campaign, suffering defeats to Killeavy, Clann Eireann and Armagh Harps.
Clann Eireann are currently top of the table as they’ve enjoyed a four-game unbeaten run at the start of the league.
They take on Crossmaglen away from home in a repeat of the 2021 Senior Championship final.
Division 1A – Friday
There’s only one game on Friday evening as Killeavy take on reigning league champions Armagh Harps.
The Harps overcame Friday’s opponents in the final round of last years league, with both sides vying for the title.
It was the Harps who gained the trophy at the end of the campaign, and they’ve started their title defence brightly.
They suffered their first defeat of the campaign last weekend against Clann Eireann, while Killeavy beat Granemore in their most recent outing.
Division 1A – Sunday
Mullaghbawn, Ballymacnab, Granemore and Clann Eireann all have two games this weekend, one on Thursday and one on Sunday.
Mullaghbawn host Ballymacnab at 1pm on Sunday afternoon and the two teams are currently bottom of Division 1A.
Both Ballymacnab and Mullaghbawn were promoted from Division 1B last season. Peter McDonnell’s side were the only team to beat the Nab in last year’s league.
Granemore will also have home advantage on Sunday when they take on Clann Eireann at 2pm.
Division 1B – All games on Friday at 7.15pm
Silverbridge have made a super start to their promotion push in Division 1B, winning all three of their opening games.
They’re on the road this Friday evening as they take on a Sarsfields side that have had mixed fortunes of late.
The High Moss men have won two and lost two of their opening four games and are coming off the back of a heavy 2-16 to 1-8 loss to St Peter’s.
St Peter’s will be full of confidence when they face Dromintee this weekend, who lost to Maghery in their last outing.
Eamon Robinson’s Loughshore men were impressive against Dromintee, particularly Kevin Robinson, who finished with 1-5.
They meet the Grange on Friday, who are bottom of the Division 1B league table with one win in four games.