Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
Division 2A league leaders Cullyhanna make the short trip to Culloville on Friday evening with the hope of continuing their fine form.
Four goals from Padraig Conlon, Gary Mackin, Tony Donnelly and Gavan Duffy saw St Pat’s past St Paul’s last weekend.
Culloville’s last outing was a two-point loss against Tullysaran, so they’ll be eager to get back to winning ways.
Tullysaran’s winning streak was ended last weekend against Wolfe Tones and they take on Tir na nOg on Friday.
A Mark McKeever goal was the difference when these sides recently met and Tullysaran earned a 1-11 to 1-9 victory.
The Portadown men are at the bottom of the table with just one point. They will be eager to get a victory here.
Wolfe Tones sit just above them in the table, with two wins from six games, and they travel to St Paul’s.
Ronan Clarke’s men are reeling from a heavy defeat to Cullyhanna, but showed a lot of fight in the second half when the game was more or less over at the break.
Elsewhere, Pearse Og have home advantage on Friday evening when they take on 2021 Intermediate Championship winners Carrickcruppen.
Division 2B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
Following two defeats on the trot, Whitecross will be hoping to get their season back on track against Belleek.
Belleek handed Whitecross their first loss of the season two weeks ago but suffered a five-point defeat to Annaghmore last weekend.
Annaghmore will contest a top of the table clash on Friday evening when they host Keady. Both teams, along with Whitecross, are tied on nine points.
Keady’s winning streak was halted last weekend as Simon McGeary’s side needed a late penalty to draw with Derrynoose.
Derrynoose are midtable, just below the top three, and they take on Middletown this weekend, who are still chasing their first points.
Middletown have suffered six defeats on the trot in Division 2B, most recently losing to Forkhill last weekend.
Forkhill are back in action on Friday, and they host Cross IIs, who earned their first victory of the campaign against Whitecross last weekend.