Division 3A – All game on Sunday at 2.00pm
All of this weekend’s Division 3A club league games take place on Sunday and there’s still plenty to play for.
The battles at both ends of the table are hotting up nicely, with promotion and relegation spots still undecided.
Dorsey have unfortunately already been relegated to Division 3B for next season, with three games still to play.
They take on Collegeland this weekend, with the goals of picking up their first points of the season still alive.
Collegeland’s concerns are at the other end of the table as they hope to join Clonmore in Division 2B next year.
The Blues currently hold second place and a win this weekend would be a huge step towards promotion.
League winners Clonmore still have two games remaining, with Ballyhegan the first one up this weekend.
With promotion and the league title already secured, Clonmore’s main aim will be to continue their winning form.
Ballyhegan, like Collegeland, are chasing that second place and trail Collegeland by three points, although they do have a game in hand.
James McCormack has been in excellent form in front of the sticks and Ballyhegan will once again look to him for scores.
Both Lissummon and Eire Og are currently looking down and the Craigavon men are just above the relegation zone.
They are tied on eight points with St Michael’s, while Lissummon sit second from bottom on seven points.
Two points here are vital for both teams safety, although Eire Og have the advantage of two games in hand over Sunday’s opponents.
Division 3B – All game on Sunday at 2.00pm
There’s only one Division 3B game on this weekend as league winners An Port Mor meet Killeavy IIs.
An Port Mor have nothing to play for, but will be keen to continue their winning form that led to the league title.
Killeavy IIs likewise have nothing at stake, as their tally of nine points with two games left means they are out of the promotion race.