Division One (7.30pm)
St Mary’s Ahoghill v St Brigid’s
St Mary’s Ahoghill still await their opening win in the competition as they play hosts to St Brigid’s in this one.
The South Belfast men will travel out to the South west leading the division and they may well gain another couple of points at Cloney.
St Mary’s Aghagallon v St Johns
The Johnnies remain unbeaten and they will travel out to Aghagallon in search of another couple of points.
Aghagallon are blessed with a strong youth based panel at their disposal but they have failed to perform to date and although the visitors may well be asked questions in their search to maintain their positive run an away win does look probable.
Kickham’s Creggan v Casement’s Portglenone
This all South West affair sees Creggan play hosts to close rivals Casement’s with the home side holding an unbeaten record to date.
Casement’s topped the table in this grade last term but such positivity has eluded the Bannsider’s this term and in the current climate a home win does look the most likely scenario.
O’ Donavan Rossa v St Enda’s Glengormley
Rossa lead the way in the senior grade but their reserve string has not followed in their footsteps and they await their opening win as they welcome St Enda’s to their Shaw’s road base.
St Enda’s will travel following a win at Gort na Mona and if in such positive mood this time the visitors may well collect due reward.
St Gall’s v Gort na Mona
St Gall’s remain unbeaten in the competition and they will play hosts to Gort na Mona in this one in a positive mood.
The Gorts did open account for the season on their last outing with a win over Rossa but this does look a tougher assignment with a home win looking likely.
Division Two (7.30pm)
St Ergnat’s Moneyglass v St Joseph’s Glenavy
Moneyglass with a trio of wins to date will start this one as favourites as Glenavy visit.
The St Joseph’s men have accumulated a couple of points to date thanks to a draws with both St Paul’s and Rasharkin but this looks harder and a home win is probable.
All Saint’s Ballymena v St Paul’s
All Saint’s remain unbeaten to date and they will look forward to this visit by St Paul’s.
St Paul’s have three points in the locker following a win over Rasharkin and a draw with Glenavy at Chapel Hill but this looks tougher with a win for the Quinn Park residents anticipated.
Tir na nOg Randalstown v St James Aldergrove
This looks a close one as Tir na nOg play hosts to Aldergrove with the winner guaranteed the lead in the division.
They share the lead at present on six points apiece with ground advantage ensuring the Whitehill men will start as favourites and they may well collect the points.
St Comgall’s Antrim v Con Mages Glenravel
St Comgall’s have yet to record a win in this grade and they may well face another stern test as Glenravel visit Dunsilly.
The home side are certain to give this one a real lash but the Con Magees men should gain the verdict.