This passage just talks a bit about Saul’s family:
His wife is Ahinoam
He has three sons, Jonathan, Ishvi, and Malki-Shua
He has two daughters, Merab and Michal
Saul has an uncle named Ner, and Ner’s son, Abner, is commander of Saul’s army
The passage also reiterates that there is a “bitter war” (verse 52) between Saul and the Philistines for all of Saul’s reign. Also, whenever Saul sees a brave man, he takes him into service in his army.
I don’t have anything to say about this passage, except that I like the name Michal. (It’s apparently the feminine form of Michael, and means “who resembles God.”)