Division 3A – All game on Friday at 7.30pm
In Division 3A, this weekend offers a chance for the chasing pack to close the gap at the top of the table.
Clonmore and Collegeland aren’t in action, so everyone else has an opportunity to bolster their promotion ambitions.
Eire Og, the only team to have beaten table toppers Clonmore so far, sit in third place, three-points off Collegeland and nine off the league leaders.
They can narrow that margin on Friday evening when they travel to Ballyhegan, who are at the opposite end of the table.
The Craigavon men lost out to Collegeland last weekend, with five-points the difference between the teams.
Ballyhegan picked up an important two points however having beat Lissummon by seven, 2-13 to 0-12.
James McCormack and James McCann nailed the all-important three-pointers as Ballyhegan earned their third win of the season.
Lissummon have the chance to bounce back on Friday and they’ll have home advantage when they face St Michael’s.
The Newtown men were unlucky to lose out to Clonmore last weekend, having led for the majority of the game.
Goals from Conor Watters and Benny Davidson put them in pole position, but they couldn’t hold on.
St Michael’s and Ballyhegan are currently on six points each, so wins this weekend would help fend off relegation fears.
Division 3B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
There is only one Division 3B game taking place this weekend as Killeavy IIs travel to Mullabrack on Friday.
Mullabrack are currently bottom of the pile in the league having earned just one win in eight games.
That came a number of weeks ago against Clady while they recently lost to Clann Eireann IIs by five-points.
Killeavy IIs held the same number of victory last weekend when they overcame Thomas Davis, 1-13 to 1-8.
A win this weekend for Killeavy IIs would lift them into second place in the table and right in the frame for promotion.