The Shoe City Senior Football League continues on Friday night.
Leaders Clontibret host Carrickmacross, while Ballybay also have home advantage against Castleblayney. Currin will look to build on their first win of the year when they face Doohamlet, while Latton visit Scotstown and Inniskeen travel to Truagh.
Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League front-runners Magheracloone travel to Emyvale on Friday, with Donaghmoyne and Corduff also heading to the north of the county to face Monaghan Harps and Tyholland, respectively. In-form Killanny are also away against Aughnamullen.
Eurotech Junior Football League table-toppers Éire Óg face Killeevan on Friday, while form side Clones are also away against Toome. Elsewhere, Aghabog, Blackhill and Oram host Drumhowan, Rockcorry and Scotstown, respectively.
Oram and Toome contest a local derby in the Eurotech Junior Football League on Friday, while Killeevan go to Scotstown. Leaders Éire Óg are up against Drumhowan on Sunday, with Rockcorry making the short journey to Aghabog.
The Platinum Tanks Reserve Football Leagues continue with games on Sunday and Wednesday.
Thursday’s fourth round of the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling League Championship features the meeting of holders Castleblayney and current leaders Truagh, who have started the group stage with three straight wins. Thursday’s other game sees Clontibret take on Carrickmacross.
At juvenile level, the U-17 Football Leagues resume on Tuesday, with the U-17 Hurling League getting underway on Sunday, where the teams will compete for the new Mick Hannon Cup.
The Gerry’s Prepared Veg. U-13 Football League Finals take centre stage on Saturday, with Aughnamullen, Blackhill, Carrickmacross, Drumhowan, Scotstown and Tyholland providing the venues.