Division 2A – All game on Friday at 7.30pm
At the top of Division 2A, St Patrick’s can reclaim their number one spot when they take on Carrickcruppen this weekend.
Cullyhanna currently sit in second place, one-point behind league leaders Culloville and joint with St Paul’s.
Carrickcruppen are two-points below that and a win, away from home against Cullyhanna would propel them into the promotion conversation.
Both sides were relegated from Division 1B last season and both will be eager to return to senior football.
St Paul’s were five-point winners over Tullysaran last weekend and can continue their charge for promotion this weekend.
They take on Wolfe Tones, who have been in a poor run of form and currently sit at the bottom of the table.
The Tomes lost to Pearse Og last weekend, 2-15 to 0-6, and have picked up four points from their nine outings.
The Ogs are back in action this week and they take on Tir na nOg, with the winner pulling clear of the relegation zone.
Garreth Thornton’s side currently sit one-point above the Portadown men, so a huge two-points are up for grabs here.
Division 2B – All game on Friday at 7.30pm
Keady will be keen to continue their fine form at the top of the division when they host Middletown on Friday.
Simon McGeary’s men have only lost once all year and currently sit three-points clear at the top of the pile.
Five goals from James King (2), James O’Hara, Odhran Fullerton and Oisin Keenan helped them to a 5-4 to 0-11 win over Forkhill last week.
It’s first against last this weekend, as Middletown sit at the foot of the table with one win from nine games.
Annaghmore are among the chasing pack hunting down one of those promotion spots and they face Derrynoose on Friday.
Annaghmore beat Whitecross in their most recent outing while Derrynoose head into the game off the back of two draws.
Last years JFC winners had two games last weekend and finished level with Cross IIs and Belleek.
The Rangers are back in action on Friday night as they host Forkhill. A win for either would help fight off fears of relegation.