Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
At the top of the Division 2A league table, Cullyhanna are one point ahead of St Paul’s, who lead the chasing pack.
St Patrick’s take on Tir na nOg on Friday, who are in trouble at the other end of the table.
The Portadown men are currently in the bottom two and in danger of returning to Division 2B.
Cullyhanna have only lost twice this season and one of those defeats came against Culloville, who are still in the promotion hunt.
This weekend could be a big decider in who goes up to senior football next years as the Blues take on St Paul’s.
The Lurgan men are second in the table, two above Culloville, so whoever wins on Friday will claim second place.
Rona Clarke’s side won by the minimum of margins when the sides met in round five, but Culloville will have home advantage this time around.
Tullysaran are in danger of getting dragged into a relegation battle as they sit just above the relegation zone by three points.
They take on Pearse Og, who rest just above them in the table and have been in fine form, winning their last three games.
Tullysaran haven’t featured in three weeks when they lost by five points to St Paul’s at home. They’ll be on the road this weekend however.
Wolfe Tones need to start picking up points as they are at the bottom of the league table trailing Tir an nOg by one.
They have home advantage on Friday evening when they take on Carrickcruppen, who sit in the middle of the table.
Peter Nugent’s side suffered a one point loss to Cullyhanna in their last outing, while Carrickcruppen drew with St Paul’s.
Division 2B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
There are only two games in Division 2B, with both games taking place on Friday evening at 7.30pm.
Middletown already know their fate as safety is beyond them, so they will be playing for pride in their remaining games.
They host Annaghmore this weekend, who are challenging at the other end of the table and currently sit in third spot.
Keady are out in front, leading by three points at the top of the table and they are out on Friday evening.
Simon McGeary’s men travel to Crossmaglen this weekend in search of their 8th win of the campaign.
Cross IIs lost their last league game to Belleek, by ten points, and are in danger at the bottom end of the table.