- Jamie Sheridan (Madden)
Kept a clean sheet during his sides eight point victory over Killeavy and pulled off a crucial save midway through the second period to keep Madden ahead.
2. Ciaran Connelly (Ballymacnab)
Really stood up for Ballymacnab against Armagh Harps and got to grips with Ryan McShane, who was eventually replaced, after a shaky start.
3. Declan McKenna (Armagh Harps)
Moved to the full back position in the second half to pick up Jack Grugan and held the full forward scoreless from play in the second 30 minutes.
4. Sean Og Irwin (St Patrick’s)
Earned three vital turnovers in the opening half to keep St Patrick’s in front when Dromintee looked to be edging back into the contest.
5. Donal Rafferty (Madden)
Part of a Madden defence that held Killeavy to 0-7, Rafferty was vital to this with his tackling and turnovers helping to lead the way for his side.
6. Mickey Murray (St Patrick’s)
Such a powerful runner from deep, his lung busting run brought about Cullyhanna’s first goal which ultimately decided the game.
7. Niall Smith (Madden)
Covered every blade of grass for Madden on Sunday afternoon and hit the final point of the day to top a brilliant performance
8. Caolan McConville (Killeavy)
A poor showing from the South Armagh men but it was McConville who kept them in the game for periods with three points from midfield.
9. Eamon McGeown (Sarsfields)
Worked hard for his team and it was McGeown who brought Sarsfields back from the dead, setting up two of their three second half goals.
10. Paul Meegan (Ballymacnab)
A big presence around the centre of the park for Ballymacnab and Meegan’s two points in the dying minutes helped his side get over the line.
11. Jason Duffy (St Patrick’s)
Really stood tall when Aidan Nugent received a black card and hit an awesome point from an impossible angle in the opening half.
12. Gareth Kilgallon (Dromintee)
Was introduced into the action after five minutes and helped bring Dromintee back into contention with his hard running and ability to win primary possession in midfield.
13. Aaron Duffy (Silverbridge)
Was untouchable at times for Silverbridge as he hit two points at the beginning of the second half while also setting up his sides only major.
14. Joe Rock (Silverbridge)
Like his partner in crime Duffy, Rock tortured the Sarsfields defence and his two points before the interval were a sight to behold.
15. Aron McKenna (Madden)
Finished with 1-2 to his name and hit 1-1 in a dominant opening 20 minutes for Madden that put the result beyond doubt.