Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
There’s loads to play for in Division 2A on the final day of league action as nothing is decided just yet.
Culloville and St Patrick’s are vying for promotion and the league title, and it all depends on Friday’s results.
Culloville, having beat Cullyhanna and Tullysaran in their last two outings, are in pole position to land the title.
They travel to Pearse Og on Friday night with a one-point advantage over Cullyhanna. Given their head-to-head record with St Pat’s, a draw will do for the Blues.
The Ogs are battling for a top four finish and currently sit in fourth place. They head into the game in good form having recently beat St Paul’s.
The Lurgan men can bounce back this as they take on Cullyhanna, away from home, who are targeting the title.
Like the Ogs, St Paul’s can’t go up through to the league, but a top half finish will be the goal for them.
Among the bottom four, only Carrickcruppen are safe from relegation, but they could have a big say in who goes down.
Barry Flynn’s side travel to Tir na nOg who simply have to win to remain in the division for another year.
Even victory mightn’t be enough to secure their spot, depending on how other results fare out on Friday.
Wolfe Tones host Tullysaran and both need victories to guarantee their place in the division next season.
It’s in Tullysaran’s own hands. If they win, they are safe and if they lose, then the Tones will join them on eight points.
Should Tullysaran win, they’re safe. If they lose and Tir na nOg win, then both Tullysaran and the Tones will suffer relegation.
A win for the Tones, who already have a head-to-head advantage over Tullysaran, would see them safe, providing Tir na nOg lose.
Division 2B – All games on Saturday at 7.30pm
There’s one spot available at either end of the Division 2B league table, which makes for an exciting conclusion.
Keady have already secured the league title and they take on Derrynoose, who are looking to secure a top four finish.
The second promotion place is up for grabs, and it’ll come down to a straight shootout between Belleek and Annaghmore.
They clash on Saturday evening, in Belleek, and the winner will spend next season in Division 2A.
Annaghmore were five-points winners when the sides last met, but Belleek are above them in the table by a single point.
Annaghmore lost to Forkhill last Sunday, and Forkhill have their eyes firmly fixed to the bottom end of the table.
They need to beat Middletown this weekend to avoid relegation, but even then, it mightn’t be enough.
They will hope that Whitecross do them a favour and topple Cross IIs, who will have home advantage.
Should the Rangers win, or even draw, then Forkhill will join Middletown in Division 3A next year.