Spirits will have been high in the Eire Og camp this week following their six-point win over Division 3A leaders Clonmore in the last round.
The Craigavon men face a difficult weekend as they are out twice against Collegeland (Friday) and Ballyhegan (Sunday).
Collegeland sit in second place, just one point above Eire Og, who can climb up the table with a victory.
Ballyhegan likewise have two outings this weekend as they host Lissummon on Friday evening (7.30pm).
It could prove to be a massive couple of days for Ballyhegan as they try to clear themselves of relegation fears.
Lissummon won the encounter when these sides met earlier on in the league, with three-points the difference in the end.
Steven Matthews and Michael Robinson were responsible for the all-important goals as Lissummon won 2-9 to 0-12.
Also, on Friday night (7.30pm), Clonmore have the chance to get back to winning ways as they host St Michael’s.
Clonmore suffered their first defeat of the season last weekend but remain six-points clear at the top of the table.
St Michael’s sit just above the relegation zone having won three of their six outings to date, including a 10-4 defeat to Clonmore.
Division 3B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
All of this weekend’s Division 3B league fixtures take place on Friday evening with a throw in time of 7.30pm.
Table toppers An Port Mor have been in fine form this season, having won six of their eight games to date.
They host Clady this Friday evening and Clady are joint-second with two other teams, all on eight points.
They share that tally with Clann Eireann IIs, the only team to have beaten An Port Mor, and Thomas Davis.
Both those sides are also in action this weekend, as Clann Eireann IIs host Mullabrack on Friday evening.
Goals from Ethan McKenna and Niall O’Neill were the difference when these sides last met, with Clann Eireann winning 2-14 to 1-10.
Thomas Davis take on Killeavy IIs in a repeat of last season’s Division 3B league final, which Killeavy won.