Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.15pm
Culloville are currently leading the way in Division 2A, and they face Tullysaran on Friday, who are in fine form themselves.
The Blues have lost just once this season but recorded an eye-catching 3-13 to 0-11 victory over Carrickcruppen last weekend.
Tullysaran have had a super couple of weeks, putting three big back-to-back victories together over Pearse Og, Cullyhanna and Tir na nOg.
Their firepower has been essential with the likes of Gavin Conlon, Eddie Mallon and Mark McKeever sharing the scoring burden.
Cruppen bounced back with a win over Pearse Og and they’ll take on Cullyhanna on Friday evening at home.
St Patrick’s will be keen to get back to winning ways following their first loss of the season last weekend.
Pearse Og have suffered a poor start to the campaign, winning just once in their first five outings.
They make the journey to Lurgan this weekend to face Wolfe Tones, who are on the same points as the Ogs (2).
Tir na nOg remain at the bottom of the table following their two-point loss to Tullysaran. They’ll hope home advantage can count for something when they take on St Paul’s.
Keady picked up a four-point away win over Belleek last weekend and will hope to repeat the feat on Friday against Forkhill.
In last years meeting, Forkhill picked up a crucial home victory against Keady on the final day to avoid relegation.
Marcus McKeown claimed the all-important goal that evening and Forkhill will be aiming for their second win on the trot.
They overcame Derrynoose last weekend, thanks to a late James Shannon point, although Derrynoose were without Davy McCreesh and Conor McNally.
That was also Derrynoose’s first defeat of the league, and they’ll be eager to get back to winning ways against Middletown, who have lost four from four.
On Saturday, Belleek take on table toppers Whitecross in what is perhaps the game of the weekend.
Whitecross have been in fine form, winning four from five, while Belleek have had mixed results at the start of the campaign.