Friday 28th May (all games at 7.15pm)
St Enda’s Glengormley v Erin’s Own Cargin
St Enda’s got off the mark last time out when the Glengormley side gained the points at Gort na Mona and they will look to increase their tally here as they play hosts to Cargin.
The Toome men have made it victory number two last time and they may well continue on the positive at Hightown.
Casement’s Portglenone v St Mary’s Ahoghill
This local derby derby sees the Bannsider’s welcome their near neighbours St Mary’s Ahoghill to Portglenone.
The home side will start this one as firm favourites and on recent form they should collect the points.
St John’s v Kickham’s Creggan
This looks a close one as both the Johnnies and their visitors from Creggan have continued unbeaten thus far.
Ground advantage may prove the deciding factor in this one and tip the balance in favour of the Corrigan residents.
St Brigid’s v St Gall’s
St Brigid’s have remained undefeated to date and a 3-10 to 1-04 victory at Rossa last time underlines their potential as they welcome St Gall’s to Musgrave Park.
St. Gall’s will travel across the city in the positive having also remained unbeaten to date but although the Milltown men will give it a lash the home side may well gain the day.
Gort na Mona v O’ Donovan Rossa
This all city fixture sees Rossa pay a visit to Gort na Mona and both will be in search of improvement with neither having gained a point to date.
The Gorts did make Cargin work for their victory in their trip to Toome last week and that suggests they may be capable of going one better this time.
St Joseph’s Glenavy v St Mary’s Rasharkin
Having failed to gain a point to date Rasharkin travel to Glenavy seeking a better return for their efforts.
Glenavy gained a share of the points in round one when St Paul’s paid a visit and the Chapel Hill side may go one step further in this one with a home win probable.
St Paul’s v Tir na nOg Randalstown
St Paul’s remain unbeaten to date having earned a point at Glenavy in round one before proving too strong for the visiting Rasharkin in their next game but this looks a tougher assignment as the Randalstown Blues visit.
The Whitehill side had a good win over Glenravel last time out and that suggests that another win on the road is possible.
St James Aldergrove v St Ergnat’s Moneyglass
This looks a tight one as unbeaten Aldergrove play hosts to Moneyglass who have full points from their two outings.
The points at stake are certain to be well contested and indeed a share of the spoils may well be the possible conclusion.
Con Magees Glenravel v All Saint’s Ballymena
This looks like another close one as Con Magees welcome All Saints to Fr. Maginn Park.
All Saints remain unbeaten to date and although the Glensmen will not bend the knee easily an away win does look the probable outcome.