Richard Keenan (Carrickcruppen)
Carrickcruppen fielded a very young and inexperienced side this season with plenty of talent sprinkled throughout.
Keenan was one of their standout performers during the campaign and was hugely influential around midfield.
He was his sides go-to player. His handling was incredible while he was also in great form in front of the posts.
Ronan Austin (Clan na Gael)
A dedicated servant to the Clan na Gael cause, Austin put in another big shift this season for the Lurgan side.
Well known as one of the best club midfielders in the county, Austin led from the front for Clan na Gael all season.
He chipped in with a few fine scores, a particular beauty in the final, on his way to captaining the Clans to Intermediate glory.
Niall McCorry (St Paul’s)
An exciting young prospect, Niall McCorry had a great campaign at centre-field in helping his side reach the decider.
A towering midfielder, McCorry is quite often seen reaching above the rest and pulling the ball from the clouds.
Has been central to St Paul’s plans all season long and was a pivotal part of their kick out strategy.
Niall Loney (Clan na Gael)
Another one of the unsung heroes in the Intermediate Championship winning side was Niall Loney in midfield.
The big centre-fielder worked incredibly hard around the centre of the park each time he lined out in the blue and white.
Gave a brilliant display in the final to limit the influence of Niall McCorry and was always full of running.
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The Intermediate Team of the Year will be revealed on The Sideline Eye Podcast next week!!