Division 3A – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
Top and bottom place are secured in Division 3A, but there’s still plenty to play for on the final weekend of fixtures.
Clonmore have had the league title wrapped up for a few weeks now and their focus will have fully turned towards championship.
Collegeland and Ballyhegan are battling it out for second place. Both sides were relegated from Division 2B along with Clonmore last year.
While second spot doesn’t secure promotion, as the championship winner will also go up, both sides will be keen to finish as high up the table as possible.
Ballyhegan earned a good win over Eire Og last Sunday and now trail Collegeland by just one point.
The Davitts also hold the head-to-head advantage over their opponents, having won the first meeting between the two.
That means a draw will be enough for Ballyhegan to claim second place, while Collegeland must win.
Eire Og host Dorsey and neither side have anything to play for as their league positions have been finalised.
The defeat to Ballyhegan last weekend means that Eire Og will finish midtable no matter what. Dorsey on the other hand have already been relegated.
Who will join them in Division 3B next season? That’s a straight shootout between St Michael’s and Lissummon.
Last years beaten JFC finalists are currently second from bottom on seven points, trailing Newtown by one.
Victory for either would ensure their safety, while a draw would be enough for St Michael’s to remain in the division.
Division 3B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm
The positions in Division 3B are more or less set in stone, but the second promotion place is still available.
An Port Mor have already secured the league title and promotion and they have a bye on the final weekend.
Clady and Clann Eireann IIs are next in line and one of them will go up to Division 3A for next season.
Clady how Thomas Davis on Friday evening, while Clann Eireann IIs also have home advantage against Killeavy IIs.
Should both win, Clady will go up as they have beaten Clann Eireann IIs twice. So, the Lurgan men need Clady to come up short.
At the bottom of the table, the bottom two face off as Redmond O’Hanlon’s take on Mullabrack.