Stephen Morris (Crossmaglen)
Before missing out on the Senior Championship Final showdown with Maghery, Morris was in the running for Player of the Year.
He holds huge sway in the centre of the park and was in super form for Cross in all three of his championship outings.
His aerial ability is vital to the Rangers and he led the show against Killeavy, winning several marks and scoring three points.
Cormac Smyth (Mullaghbawn)
They youngster may have only feature in two championship games this season, but he did enough to catch the eye.
Perhaps one of the best fielders of possession on show throughout the 2020 championship, Smyth was immense in the air.
A huge talent in the centre of the park, Smyth was well fit to hold his own around midfield against both Annaghmore and Crossmaglen.
Oisin O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
Undoubtably one of the best players in the county, O’Neill was again on form throughout the championship season.
Not only did he dominate the middle of the field, his attacking forages were a site to behold and incredibly difficult to stop.
He ended up the top scorer in the Senior Championship with 2-14 to his name and had another great year in the black and amber.
James Donnelly (Killeavy)
Donnelly has been a mainstay in the Killeavy ranks for some time now and is still one of their go-to players.
The big midfielder helped his side reach the last four of the competition and led from the front at all times.
Always an option for kick outs, Donnelly is the man Killeavy target with their restarts, and he is brilliant in the air.
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The Senior Team of the Year will be revealed on The Sideline Eye Podcast next week!!