There are a number of seriously important games in Division 1A this weekend at both end of the league table.
All eight teams are in action, with two games taking place on Saturday and the other two on Sunday.
Crossmaglen and Clann Eireann are first up (4pm on Saturday) and that game will be streamed live on Armagh TV.
With the county contingent back into the fold, the repeat of the 2021 championship final has the potential to be a brilliant game.
Clann Eireann are still chasing the league title, although their hopes took a heavy knock with a two-point loss to the Harps last week.
The Rangers head into the game in good form having beat Ballymacnab last week, but will be without midfielder Stephen Morris.
Madden are in pole position at the top of the league however, although Niall Grimley remains on the treatment table.
The Raparees travel to Ballymacnab on Saturday evening (7.30pm), who are also desperate for two points.
Rory Grugan may be back in the team, but the Nab will be without the injured Niall McKee and Ryan Watters.
Mullaghbawn and Granemore are the other two in danger at the bottom of the table, and they face off on Sunday (2pm).
Granemore are currently above the relegation zone and a win here would be another huge boost for them.
Mullaghbawn won by the minimum of margins when these sides last met. If they can repeat that feat, it will help them secure their status.
Also on Sunday (2pm), Armagh Harps host Killeavy. Tommy Coleman’s side remain in the hunt for the league title, although last week’s defeat to Granemore hasn’t helped.
Reigning champions Harps earned their first win since round three when they beat Clann Eireann. That means Pascal Canavan’s side go into the game on a high.
There are only two games in Division 1B this weekend, with one on Friday evening and the other on Sunday.
Dromintee are chasing promotion, following their relegation to Division 1B last season, and are second in the table.
A win against St Peter’s on Friday (7.30pm), will see them draw level with league leaders Silverbridge.
St Peter’s, who lost to Sarsfields last week, are third and will have high hopes of remaining in the title race.
Clan na Gael will be targeting a top four finish and need to win when they host Shane O’Neill’s on Sunday (2pm).
The Camlough men have already been relegated to Division 2A, so will be playing for pride. That should be an entertaining affair with the county men coming back for their clubs.