Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.15pm
There are only two matches in Division 2A this weekend, both on Friday, and some crucial points on offer in both games.
At the top of the table, league leaders St Patrick’s and St Paul’s cross swords on Friday evening.
Both sides have identical records after the opening five games, with four wins and one loss each.
St Patrick’s bounced back from their first defeat of the campaign against Tullysaran to beat Carrickcruppen by one-point last weekend.
St Paul’s did likewise, responding to their loss at the hands of Pearse Og with a seven-point win over Tir na nOg.
Tullysaran are the other team on eight points, and they’ve been in terrific form of late. They host Wolfe Tones on Friday evening.
The Tones are second bottom in the table, just ahead of Tir na nOg, and are in desperate need of two points.
Keady and Cross IIs have two games this weekend and they lock horns on Sunday in the only Division 2B game not on Friday night.
First up, Keady travel to Derrynoose on Friday evening, searching for their fourth win of the season.
Both managers, Simon McGeary (Keady) and Paul Hagan (Derrynoose), worked with each other as part of Ciaran McKeever’s minor management team a number of years ago.
Cross IIs are also out on Friday evening, and they take on Whitecross, who lost for the first time this season last weekend.
Despite their six-point defeat at the hands of Belleek, Whitecross remain at the top of the Division 2B table.
Shane Quinn’s Belleek on the other hand sit midtable, joint on six points along with Keady and Derrynoose.
They can go to second place with a victory over Annaghmore, who have been in great form of late.
Dessie McCormack’s side hit six goals last weekend to overcome Cross IIs and they sit just behind Whitecross.
Middletown are still searching for their first points of the season and they travel to Forkhill on Friday night.