The Ulster Club Leagues reach their knockout stages this weekend with a number of games scheduled over the coming days.
The action begin this evening with two games this evening as Kilcoo and Ballinascreen square off in the Senior League. The Senior League games continue on Sunday with the Domore and Dungiven game looking a very interesting prospect, before Lavey and Eglish round of the action on Tuesday night in Lavey.
In the Intermediate Football League the games are spread out over the course of the weekend with Foreglen and Tír na nÓg, Randalstown facing off tonight (Friday) in Ballinderry. The contest between the 2017 Ulster Junior champions Naomh Colmcille and the 2018 Ulster Junior championship runners-up Limavady on Saturday is perhaps the most attractive tie.
The inaugural Junior League continues with an in-form Brocagh welcoming Derrynoose on Sunday in the quarter-final. The quarter-finals will conclude on Wednesday night when Fintona welcome Aghaderg.
All fixtures are on Sunday at 11am unless otherwise stated
Kilcoo v Ballinsacreen (Fri, 7.45pm)
Ballinderry v St Brigid’s, Belfast
Eoghan Rua v Claudy
Dromore v Dungiven
Portglenone v Glenullin
Greenlough v Killyclogher
Lavey v Eglish (Tue, 7.30pm)
Foreglen v Tír na nÓg, Randalstown (Fri, 8pm)
Naomh Colmcille v Limavady (Sat, 2pm)
Castledawson v Gortin
Tír na nÓg, Portadown v Con Magees, Glenravel (Sun, 11.45am)
Brocagh v Derrynoose
Magilligan v Glenelly
Moneymore v Padraig Pearses, Belfast
Fintona v Aghaderg (Wed, 8pm)