Friday 11th June (all games at 7.30pm)
St Enda’s Glengormley v St Gall’s
St Gall’s will travel up to Hightown with an unbeaten record to date and they will be looking for another win as they take on St Enda’s.
The Home side with a couple of wins gained to date may well provide strong resistance to their visitors but an away win does look probable.
Casement’s Portglenone v St Mary’s Aghagallon
Casement’s won the reserve title last term but they have failed to produce that form this year with only a couple of wins to date.
Aghagallon are struggling to make impact with just a single win to date and they may struggle to double their tally in this one with a home win anticipated.
Erin’s Own Cargin v O’ Donavan Rossa
Although they lead the way in the senior competition, Rossa have failed to replicate such positivity in this grade and remain without a win as they travel down to Toome.
Cargin have just one defeat this year and the Toome men look more than likely to add another brace to their tally here with a home win looking likely.
St Brigid’s v Kickham’s Creggan
St Brigid’s lead the way in the ratings, with a full return of points in the competition as they await the visit of Creggan.
Kickham’s are also unbeaten and will travel with confidence but ground advantage may just tilt the balance in favour of the South Belfast men.
Gort na Mona v St Mary’s Ahoghill
Gort na Mona have only one win to their credit in this competition but they will hope to double that total when Ahoghill visit.
St Mary’s have failed to gain a point to date and although the Clooney men will not lack for effort they may have to settle for second place again.
St Joseph’s Glenavy v Tir na Nog Randalstown
Tir na Nog top the table in this grade and the Randalstown men will travel to Glenavy hoping to remain in such a lofty position.
Glenavy have only one win to date and although they will give their visitors a run for their money an away will looks probable.
St Paul’s v St Comgall’s Antrim
Having failed to record a win in the competition St Comgall’s will travel to Belfast in hope rather in confidence as they visit St Paul’s.
The Shaw’s road side have not impressed as yet in the competition with just a single win to their credit but another couple of points for St Paul’s is anticipated
St Mary’s Rasharkin v St Ergnat’s Moneyglass
With just one defeat to date Moneyglass will travel to Rasharkin in search of another couple of points.
Rasharkin have failed to win this term and the Dreen men will be hoping to break their duck an away win looks the most likely scenario.
St James Aldergrove v All Saint’s Ballymena
This looks a close one as second placed All Saints take a trip up to Crumlin to face the challenge of Aldergrove who reside a point and a place behind them in the table.
Ground advantage may prove a factor in this one and could give the Crumlin side the advantage.