It is round 4 of the Cavan Senior Club championship this weekend with the action getting underway tonight (Friday) as the defending champions Crosserlough who are currently sitting in 8th place on the group table take on Gowna who have 2 wins from 2 outings and are 2nd in the table. On Saturday Kingscourt and Lacken meet in Dolan Park at 5 with Mullahoran and Ramor United putting their perfect starts on the line at 7:30 in Kingspan Breffni. Shercock and Lavey meet on Sunday at 1pm with Ballinagh and Laragh United at 2, while what could be the tie of the weekend will see Cavan Gaels and Castlerahan go head to head at 7pm. Castlerahan are still awaiting their first win and will need a postive result this weekend to try and move out of the relegation battle. They are facing a Gaels side who have one victory and 1 draw to their name so far and will be looking to secure their own quarter final placing. While it is round 4 of the competition for the majority of the teams it is only a 3rd outing and regular Cavan GAA correspondent with us here on Northern Sound Damien Donohoe, noted that the 3rd fixture is the one that can cause the biggest movement in the group stages
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In the Intermediate championship the action all takes place on Sunday with all games throwing in at 4pm as Drumlane take on Ballyhaise, Butlersbridge go up against Belturbet, Killeshandra face Killinkere, Drumgoon take on Templeport, Cootehill are up against Baileborough, Cuchulainns face Cornafean and Ballymachugh take on Arva. The Junior championship enters round 4 at 5pm on Saturday evening with Maghera facing Swanlinbar, Kill taking on Redhills, Drumalee up against Denn, Munterconnaught taking on Kildallan, Knockbride up against Shannon Gaels and Drung taking on Mountnugent.