Division 1A – All game on Friday at 7.30pm
There are only two Division 1A games taking place this weekend as Clann Eireann host Ballymacnab while Mullaghbawn face Crossmaglen.
Both Clann Eireann and Ballymacnab head into this one off the back of a week’s break, so both will be fresh.
Ruairi Lavery’s side remain in the hunt for the league crown as they trail table toppers Madden by two-points.
The Lurgan men have a game in hand however and edged out the Nab when they met earlier in the league.
Ballymacnab currently sit second from bottom, tied on five points apiece with Granemore and Mullaghbawn.
Peter McDonnell’s men had a hard-fought draw with Armagh Harps last weekend, finishing level on 1-14 apiece.
They did lose the influential Eoghan McDonnell to injury however and will be without his service this weekend.
Conor Tierney is another key Mullaghbawn player who will be missing as he is off to the states for the summer.
Crossmaglen were minus a number of regulars last weekend and will once again be without Paul Hughes.
Division 1B – All game on Friday at 7.30pm
Dromintee remain in the race for promotion and can further enhance their efforts with a victory against Clan na Gael.
Kieran Quinn’s men currently sit in their position but will climb to second if they earn a win on Friday.
Clan na Gael will be full of confidence following their one-point win over Sarsfields last Sunday evening.
Niall Henderson and James Austin both netted for the Clans as they picked up a 2-8 to 1-10 win on home turf.
Sarsfields will be keen to bounce back however when they host Grange, who are bottom of the table, this weekend.
Niall Kerr palmed home from close range for their goal last weekend while Colin Stevenson made a great impact when introduced.
Grange have been missing a number of key men this year and will be without Ronan Mallon who is off to America.
Shane O’Neill’s are just above them and hold a four-point advantage. They head to Silverbridge this weekend.
League leaders Silverbridge will be keen to get their promotion push back on track following last week’s defeat to St Peter’s.