Diarmaid Marsden (Clan na Gael)
Marsden is already a legend, not only in Clan na Gael circles, but throughout Armagh, due to his playing career.
He has now led his club to championship glory and will look forward to taking them back to where they belong, the Senior Championship.
Marsden had the Clans playing some wonderful football on their way to landing championship success.
Ciaran Nash (St Paul’s)
St Paul’s reached the Intermediate Championship Final against all odds with three great wins throughout the season.
The Lurgan side played some great football with plenty of attacking talent spread through the team.
Nash will be disappointed with how his side performed in the decider but will look forward to pushing on again next season.
Paul Doyle (Keady)
Doyle led his charges to the Intermediate semi-final and has developed a Keady side fit to compete at this level.
They lost out to Clans in their last four contest, but Keady will still be pleased with how their championship season went.
They saw off Middletown and Ballyhegan with relative ease and showed they have enough quality to trouble any side in the Intermediate Division.
Padraig McGuckin (Tullysaran)
When reflecting on the year, Tullysaran will be hugely disappointed they didn’t reach the championship final.
McGuckin’s men played some outstanding football and perhaps produced the performance of the championship against Sarsfields.
They failed to push on after two early goals against St Paul’s but they played some great football throughout the year.
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The Intermediate Team of the Year will be revealed on The Sideline Eye Podcast next week!!