It is a big weekend for some of our local football clubs, with many facing tough tasks.
Banbridge Rangers will be hoping to get back to winning ways as they welcome Camlough Rovers to Cheney Park for what will be a tough encounter.
Rathfriland Rangers host Comber Rec FC as they continue to mount a title challenge and will be seeking to come away with the three points against the mid-table side.
Scarva Rangers face a tough trip away to Armagh Celtic in Division Two. Celtic currently sit in second place with seven wins from nine games while Rangers have picked up just six points so far this season.
Dromara Village host Crewe United in Round One of the Intermediate Cup and know they face a tough task to progress to the next stage.
Crewe United currently sit fifth in Intermediate A while Dromara are languishing at the bottom of Divison 1A of the Northern Amateur Football League.
Division Four side Banbridge YCOB will need to beat Division Two’s Donaghmore if they hope to progress past Round Three of the Mid-Ulster Shield.
Donacloney will be looking to follow up their impressive victory against Union Lusa by putting hillsborough Boys to the sword as their quest for Beckett Cup glory begins.
Gilford Crusaders host Portadown BBOB in Round Three of the Mid-Ulster Shield in what will be a tough game for the locals.
Portadown BBOB are riding high in Division Two, sittin gin third place, while Gilford are struggling for points.