There are four Division 3A league games split evenly across the weekend, with two on Friday evening and two on Sunday.
Collegeland and Dorsey are out on both days, and they face off on Friday evening, as do Eire Og and Lissummon.
Collegeland have a 100 percent record in their three outings so far in the league, winning all three games.
Dorsey on the other hand have yet to pick up a point in their two matches, having lost to Ballyhegan and Clonmore.
Eire Og and Lissummon are just above Dorsey at the bottom of the table, so they’ll be vying for two important points.
On Sunday, Dorsey travel to St Michael’s who haven’t built on their fantastic start, picking up just one point from the last three outings.
They do have home advantage against Dorsey this weekend however, and that could count for something.
Collegeland host Clonmore this weekend in what is perhaps the clash of the round in Division 3A.
Both sides are currently unbeaten at the top of the table and last years league meeting served up a great spectacle.
Collegeland needed to get one over their rivals last year to remain in Division 2B, but Clonmore earned a draw and both sides were relegated.
Table toppers An Port Mor have two outings coming up this weekend, as do Killeavy II, Clann Eireann II and Mullabrack.
An Port Mor host Killeavy on Friday night before heading to Lurgan on Sunday afternoon to take on Clann Eireann II.
Clann Eireann II will take on O’Hanlon’s on Friday night and they’ll hope to continue their fine form.
O’Hanlon’s are still searching for their first win of the season, having put up a good fight against An Port Mor last weekend.
Mullabrack have home advantage in both their outings this weekend. They clash with Thomas Davis on Friday before hosting Killeavy II on Sunday.