Ahead of the upcoming Junior Championship campaign, there’s a number of teams that will be without key men.
Division 3A league championship could be without their talisman and joint-manager Brendan Donaghy.
Donaghy retired from inter-county action at the end of last year but picked up a knee injury while togging out for his club during the league.
Clonmore come up against Killeavy IIs in the opening round the championship, with St Michael’s making up their group of three.
Killeavy IIs will be without Jamie Gaskin, who has featured for Tommy Coleman’s senior side this season.
Collegeland are one of the top contenders for the championship crown and will be without a few regulars.
Former goalkeeper Niall Brady, who won a Club All-Star when they won the JFC in 2019, joined Armagh Harps at the start of the year.
They will also be without Tyrone and Ruairi McGeary, who have both spent the year in Australia.
Collegeland meet Clady in round one and Peter Beagan’s men will start the campaign without Colm Savage and Conor Doyle.
Also in Group D, Redmond O’Hanlon’s are set to be without two of their main scorers ahead of the championship.
They will be without Matthew Taylor, who top scored for them against An Port Mor in round one last year, and Charlie Magill.
Division 3B league champions An Port Mor, who reached the last four of the championship this season, are also without two regular starters.
Vance Doherty and Jack McQuade have missed the whole season. Main scorer Cormac Kieran spent the summer in America but is expected to return for the championship.
An Port Mor are grouped against Clann Eireann IIs, who they meet in the second round, and Eire Og.
Daniel Ryan retired for the Craigavon men at the start of the season, while star man Conor Martin will miss out through an ACL injury.
Thomas Davis have been without defender Keyonis Crozier all year. Dorsey remain without main man Conor Moley, who transferred to Pádraig Sáirséil in Antrim earlier in the season.