AHOGHILL V ST BRIGID’S
Sunday, Ahoghill, 2pm
AHOGHILL have offered plenty in both games so far, but sit bottom with zero points. St Brigid’s will be fancied, but don’t rule out a draw.
MONEYGLASS V PORTGLENONE
Sunday, Moneyglass, 2pm
ANOTHER local derby in Group Twp with John McKeever’s side facing a trip up the Largy. They are in the conversation for the title and will need their full focus to maintain their winning start.
TÍR NA NÓG v AGHAGALLON
Sunday, Randalstown, 2pm
LAST year’s intermediate champions Tír na nÓg against the relegation-threatened beaten senior finalists. Not much to choose between the team, with the Whitehill men capable of an upset. A three-point defeat and they still qualify.
Verdict: Tír na nÓg
ROSSA V CARGIN
Sunday, Rossa, 2pm
CARGIN have already beaten Naomh Éanna so far and with a sprinkling of younger players coming into their team, they’ll be expected to top the group.
ST GALL’S V LAMH DHEARG
Sunday, St Gall’s, 6pm
THE Hannahstown men have yet to concede a goal in this year’s championship and will be fancied to maintain their unbeaten run.
Verdict: Lamh Dhearg
ST JOHN’S V CREGGAN
Sunday, Corrigan Park, 6pm
CREGGAN backed up last year’s landmark title by winning the league. They’ll face a tough test on their travels, but should come through.
ANTRIM INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND THREE
SARSFIELDS V ARDOYNE
Friday, Sarsfields, 7.15pm
A WIN would top the group for Sarsfields after their wins over Dunloy and St Patrick’s. It’s hard to make a case for Ross Carr’s side on their trip to the Bear Pit.
ST COMGHALL’S V ALL SAINTS
Friday, St Comghall’s, 7.15pm
BALLYMENA kicked 23 wides in their one-point defeat to Glenavy. With Peter McReynolds on his way back from injury, Liam Bradley’s men should book their quarter-final spot.
Verdict: All Saints
DUNLOY V ST PATRICK’S
Sunday, Dunloy, 4pm
DUNLOY hammered eight goals past Ardoyne and despite never setting the world alight in the league, they always show up in the championship.
GLENRAVEL V DAVITT’S
Saturday, Glenravel, 6pm
JOE Cassidy is in his first year in charge of Glenravel after winning two intermediate titles in Derry with Greenlough. Both teams are through, with the home side set to top the group.
ST PAUL’S V ALDERGROVE
Saturday, St Paul’s, 4pm
PERHAPS the game of the weekend in Antrim across all the grades. St Paul’s need a win to secure their place in the last four and their need will be greater at home.
Verdict: St Paul’s
ANTRIM JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND THREE
ÉIRE ÓG V WOLFE TONES
Friday, Éire Óg, 7.15pm
ÉIRE ÓG have ran the top two close in the group so far and should inflict another defeat on the Tones.
Verdict: Éire Óg
ST MALACHY’S V LAOCHRA LOCH LAO
Friday, St Malachy’s, 7.15pm
LOCH Lao found the going tough in the league, but have won both group games so far. So have the Mal’s and they should make it a third victory.
Verdict: St Malachy’s
O’DONNELL’S V PEARSES
Saturday, O’Donnell’s, 4pm
SOMETHING has to give with teams having 100 per cent records. Home advantage could be an advantage as O’D’s set out to make up for failing to secure league promotion.
ST ANGNES’ V BALLYCASTLE
Saturday, St Agnes’, 4pm
BALLYCASTLE have kicked a paltry 0-11 over their two games so far and it’s hard to see them breaking out enough to see off the Aggies away from home.
Verdict: St Agnes’