There are three Division 2A games taking place this weekend, with one on Thursday and the other two on Sunday.
First up, Tir na nOg host Wolfe Tones on Thursday (7.30pm), with two hugely important points up for grabs.
Both sides are currently in the bottom two at the foot of the table and facing the looming threat of relegation.
Tir na nOg on the other hand lost to league leaders St Patrick’s, with three points the difference in the end.
The Tones just their third win of the season last weekend when they shaded their contest with Carrickcruppen.
‘Cruppen get the chance to bounce back on Sunday (2pm) when they meet Culloville in a repeat of the 2021 IFC final.
The Blues, who remain with star man Colm Watters, have their eyes on promotion and have been in fine form of late.
Cullyhanna can go one step further towards securing promotion and a swift return to senior football with an away win over Tullysaran this weekend.
Tullysaran edged the contest when these sides last met but lost to Pearse Og by four points last weekend.
Division 2B – All games on Sunday at 2pm
The race from promotion, and to avoid relegation, is hotting up in Division 2B as the teams head into another big weekend.
Keady lost to Cross IIs last weekend by the minimum of margins so they will be keen to get back on track.
They host Belleek and both are eyeing up promotion to Division 2A, so that should be a great duel.
Cross IIs still have one eye over their shoulder, with the threat of relegation to Division 3A still around.
They travel to Annaghmore this weekend, who currently sit in second place and are targeting a top two finish.
A Matthew Willis goal saw Dessie McCormack’s side past Middletown last weekend, so both head into the game on a high.
Middletown already know their fate, and they are on the road this weekend when they take on Whitecross.
Although the county men will be back for the clashes this weekend, Mark Shields remains on the injury list.
But Forkhill will possibly have Jemar Hall and Stephen Sheridan available, which will help their cause against Derrynoose.
Forkhill are currently in a relegation place, while Derrynoose aren’t clear yet, so both will be targeting two points.