Round three and the remaining contestants match-off to earn a spot in the next round in the Armagh GAA #WinToStayIn Skills Challenge
The skill this round was the kick pass, with each contestant having to perform the kick pass, with alternative legs, and complete as many in the 30 second provided.
Game 1 – Ross Finn vs Greg McCabe
The defenders went head to head in the first game of round three, and the pair fought out a close battle.
McCabe nudged ahead before the buzzer rang and heads to the next round, winning 25 to Finn’s 23.
Game 2 – Ryan Kennedy vs Shauna Grey
The Ballymacnab defender finds himself through to the next stage of the competition with a convincing win of Shauna Grey.
Kennedy completed the skill 27 times in the time provided, seeing off Dromintee’s Shauna Grey with 19.
Game 3 – Diarmaid Marsden vs Diarmaid O’Rourke
The youngest contestant taking on the oldest as youth vs experience clashed in game three of the third round.
A tight game between the Diarmaid’s, Marsden just shaded the contest performing the skill 26 times compared to O’Rourke’s 24.
Game 4 – Kelly Mallon vs Jemar Hall
The Armagh Ladies Captain continues to lead by example and makes her way through to the next round with a brilliant win over Jemar Hall.
Winning by the minimum of margins, Kelly saw off a tough fight from Forkhill’s hall, and won 25 to 24.
Game 5 – Paul Hughes vs Blaine Hughes
The battle of the Hughes’ was another close-run match up with the Crossmaglen defender sneaking though to the next round.
Blaine Hughes put up a huge challenge but didn’t have enough to match Paul Hughes, who won 26 to 23 after the 30 seconds.
Game 6 – Winnie the Pooh vs Donald Trump
Not only the tie of the round, but the tie of the competition! This is the one everyone wanted to see, and it didn’t disappoint!
This one went right to the final whistle with Winnie the Pooh just getting across the finish line with 20 kick passes compared to Trump’s 18.
The Armagh GAA #WinToStayIn Skills Challenge continues to entertain the fans of The Orchard County during this difficult time, and we look forward to the remaining contests!