Dorsey will be hoping to pick up their first win of the season when they take on St Michael’s in this evening’s only Division 3A fixture.
Dorsey currently sit at the bottom of the table with six defeats from six outings, but have put in some decent performances.
They were unfortunate to lose out last weekend when Eire Og edged through by the minimum of margins to win 1-9 to 1-8.
St Michael’s were eight-point winners when these sides met in the league two week’s ago. An Aidan Davidson goal helped the Newtown men to a 1-14 to 0-9 victory.
Seamus O’Callaghan’s side sit fifth in the table, four-points above Dorsey, and are aiming for their third win.
Clonmore will be eyeing up a seventh successive victory when they host neighbours Collegeland on Friday evening.
Clonmore have yet to lose a game and sit at the top of the Division 3A table, four-points ahead of Friday’s opponents.
One-point separated the sides when they met a couple of weeks ago, with Clonmore winning 1-9 to 1-8.
Collegeland head into the game off the back of their second loss of the season. They suffered a four-point defeat to Ballyhegan last weekend.
Division 3B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
Division 3B league leaders An Port Mor are back in action on Friday night as they face Clann Eireann IIs.
An Port Mor have only tasted defeat once this, and that was against Clann Eireann II a few weeks ago.
The Lurgan lads powered to an impressive double score victory, winning handsomely, 1-19 to 0-11.
That was one of three wins Clann Eireann II have tasted this year, but head into this one off the back of a loss.
Killeavy IIs edged last week’s encounter, 3-6 to 2-8, and they’ll hope to pick up another win against Mullabrack on Friday.
Mullabrack sit at the bottom of the table on two-points having lost to O’Hanlon’s by 12 last weekend.
O’Hanlon’s, who sit on four-points, have a chance to extend that run when they host Clady on Friday.
The sides couldn’t be separated on the opening day of the season and there’s a big two-points on offer for the winners.