Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
It’s top versus bottom in Division 2A on Friday night as league leaders St Patrick’s travel to Wolfe Tones.
Cullyhanna currently top the group thanks to the head-to-head advantage with St Paul’s, who are also on 14 points.
The Tones are at the foot of the table, in desperate need of points to avoid relegation to Division 2B.
Aidan Nugent lined out for St Patrick’s against Carrickcruppen last week and may be available again on Friday.
Cruppen lost that challenge by two-points but are back on home turf this week, live on Armagh TV, as they take on St Paul’s.
Barry Flynn’s Camlough men certainly aren’t out of the promotion race, and two-points here could prove huge.
They sit in fourth position, three-points behind Culloville who are pushing for a place at the top table next season.
The Blues take on Tullysaran on Friday evening, who are just three-points clear of the relegation zone.
Tullysaran are tied on eight-points along with Pearse Ogs, who’s recent wins over Wolfe Tones and Tir na nOg keeps their head above water.
Tir na nOg have an immediate chance of redemption against the Ogs this weekend, and they’ll enjoy home advantage this time around.
In the only Division 2B game on Friday night (7.30pm), Derrynoose take on Whitecross on home soil.
Paul Hagan’s side have drawn six of their ten outings, including a 0-12 to 1-9 draw with Whitecross in their earlier meeting.
One point separates the pair in an extremely tight table, so two-points for either side will be of huge value.
Keady remain at the head of the pack, but Annaghmore and Belleek can both close the gap on Sunday (both at 2pm).
Annaghmore take on Forkhill, who have slipped into the relegation zone following their defeat to Cross IIs last weekend.
Dessie McCormack’s side earned a draw against Derrynoose, last to a late equaliser by Connor Cullen.
Cross IIs can add to their impressive form, when they travel to Belleek, who are currently in third place.