Division 1A – All games on Friday at 7.15pm
It’s all to play for in Division 1A on Friday evening as Clann Eireann host Madden in a top of the table clash.
Both sides are currently joined at 9 points each, along with Killeavy. Both have suffered just one loss in five games.
Clann Eireann’s came in their most recent outing when they lost their unbeaten record to Granemore by five-points.
Madden are on a great run of form having picked up recent wins over Mullaghbawn, Ballymacnab and Armagh Harps.
The Harps, who have lost three on the bounce, have the chance to get back on track against Crossmaglen.
The Rangers hit three goals against Ballymacnab last Thursday to earn a three-point win. They’re tied level on six points with the Harps.
Ballymacnab take on Granemore with a huge two-points on offer at the bottom of the Division 1A table.
Granemore currently sit one-point above the relegation zone, ahead of both Ballymacnab and Mullaghbawn.
Peter McDonnell’s Mullaghbawn travel to Killeavy this weekend hoping to pick up their second win of the season.
They’ll be without defender Cormac Hughes, who picked up an injury in their recent outing against the Nab.
Killeavy, like the top two, have won four of their six games and are in great form ahead of the weekend.
Division 1B – All games on Friday at 7.15pm
There’s a huge clash at the bottom of the Division 1B table this weekend as St Peter’s take on Grange.
The Lurgan men have been quite unlucky in a lot of their games and have won two of their six outings.
Grange on the other hand have lost five of their six games and have shipped heavy defeats to table toppers Maghery and Silverbridge in recent weeks.
League leaders Silverbridge recovered from their first defeat of the year to overcome Grange with relative ease.
They face a much tougher task this weekend as they take on Dromintee, who themselves are eyeing up promotion.
Maghery take on Clan na Gael as they try to continue their good form and earn their fourth win on the trot.
Shane O’Neill’s came from six-points down to battle past Clan na Gael last weekend and head into Friday’s clash with Sarsfields with lots of momentum.
Ruairi O’Brien and Paul O’Rourke were the main scorers that night and will be the focus of the Sarsfields defence.
The High Moss men are the only team to have toppled Silverbridge, so they have plenty of quality in their ranks.