Division 3A – All game on Friday at 7.30pm
There are only two games this weekend in Division 3A, and both encounters take place on Friday evening at 7.30pm.
Clonmore currently lead the way at the top of the table, having won eight of their nine outings so far.
Their one defeat came against Eire Og, but they bounce back in their next outing with a one-point win over St Michael’s.
The league leaders enjoyed a week’s break last weekend, and they take on Lissummon on Friday night.
Lissummon came close to earning their fourth win of the season last weekend but fell to Newtown by the minimum of margins.
Clonmore won this clash by five when the sides last met, but Lissummon will have home advantage on Friday.
Dorsey are below Lissummon in the table, and sit in bottom place, having lost all their matches so far.
But they are on home soil this weekend and they take on Ballyhegan, who are matched with Lissummon on four points.
Three-pointers from James McCormack and James McCann helped Ballyhegan earn a draw last weekend.
An Port Mor are currently top of the pile in Division 3B, three-pointers clear of Clady and Clann Eireann IIs.
Cormac Kieran has been in terrific goalscoring form for An Port Mor, who lost to Clady in their last outing by one-point.
They are on the road this weekend, on Friday night (7.30pm) as they take on Thomas Davis, who are on eight points.
Corrinshego lost to Killeavy IIs in their most recent game two week’s ago, with five points the difference.
Killeavy failed to build on that momentum however and lost out to Mullabrack by three points last week.
They’ll hope to get back to winning ways when they take on O’Hanlon’s on Friday (7.30pm), who are second from bottom.
Clady and Clann Eireann IIs will both hope to keep their promotion hopes alive when they clash on Sunday (12.00pm).
Both sides are battling for second place, and both are the only teams in the league to defeat table toppers An Port Mor.