There are three Division 3A games taking place this week, with one on Wednesday, one on Friday and one on Sunday.
First up, it’s top versus bottom as league champions Clonmore face Dorsey on Wednesday evening (7:30pm).
Both sides already know their fate for the 2023 league campaign, so neither really has anything to play for.
Clonmore have picked up promotion a number of weeks ago, while Dorsey have already been relegated to Division 3B.
The pair may are both heading into the game off the back of defeats, so finding some momentum ahead of the championship may be the target.
Eire Og have a huge couple of days ahead of them as they are out on both Friday and Sunday, but promotion out of reach.
At best, the Craigavon men can match Collegeland’s tally of 16 points, but the head-to-head rule goes against them.
Still, they’ll want to pick up as many points as possible and that starts on Friday (7.30pm) against St Michael’s.
Newtown are just below Eire Og in the table and aren’t clear of the relegation fall to Division 3B just yet.
On Sunday (1.00pm) Eire Og take on Ballyhegan, who are currently three-points above their opponents in the table.
Division 3B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
There are only two games in Division 3B this weekend and really only one team has anything to play for.
The bottom two in the league table, Thomas Davis and Mullabrack face off on Friday evening.
Neither side really has anything to play for but will be aiming to build some form of momentum before the championship.
Above those two sits Redmond O’Hanlon’s and the Poyntzpass men host Clann Eireann IIs this weekend.
O’Hanlon’s may be eyeing up a potential top four finish, and a win on Friday would bring them closer to that.
But Clann Eireann IIs are in the shake up for promotion and victory would leave them level on points with second placed Clady.