Blaine Hughes (Carrickcruppen)
Proved once again why he’s the number one keeper in the county. Retained 15/17 kick outs, one of which led to the winning goal.
Sean Finnegan (Belleek)
Matched up against Dorsey dangerman Aidan Mackin and done extremely well. Even charged forward to get on the score sheet.
Ryan Duffy (Crossmaglen II)
Stood out in the Crossmaglen defence with his ferocious tackling and helped edge his team through to the decider.
James Bennett (Carrickcruppen)
Lost Eddie Mallon for an early goal but dominated the duel for the rest of the game and kept the Tullysaran attacker on a tight leash.
Eoghan Daly (Tullysaran)
A real driving force for Tullysaran, Daly brought the fight to Carrickcruppen and refused to give up. Kicked two super points.
Niall Rowland (Culloville)
The heartbeat of the Culloville team. Worked seriously hard, put on an exhibition of kicking and grabbed the goal of the weekend.
James King (Culloville)
Hit two important points in the second period as Culloville sealed the deal. Also put in a couple of crucial tackles as Sarsfields tried to rally.
Richard Keenan (Carrickcruppen)
Kicked the final score of the game to secure his side’s spot in the showpiece. One of the hardest workers on the field, Keenan covered every blade of grass.
Conor Moley (Dorsey)
The standout performer for Dorsey. His piercing runs caused endless trouble for Belleek and he dragged his side back into the game.
Eoin Woods (Carrickcruppen)
Had a sensational opening half and caused the opposition serious problems with his pace. Kicked three super points as well.
James McParland (Belleek)
Brought Belleek back from the dead with his hard running and accuracy from frees. Nailed three points in the final quarter to get his side over the line.
Tiernan Kelly (Carrickcruppen)
Another one of the Cruppen youngsters that shone on Saturday evening. Slotted home his penalty with aplomb and chipped over two frees.
Colin Stevenson (Sarsfields)
Stevenson was a real livewire in the Sarsfields attack and ended the game with a personal tally of 0-3.
Conor McNally (Derrynoose)
Carried the fight to Crossmaglen and recorded over half of his side’s overall tally, with 0-6. Put in the hard yards as well and made some great challenges.
Cathal Hatzer (Culloville)
The Sarsfields defence could do nothing with Hatzer, who hit top form. Linked up brilliantly with Rowland and ended the game as top scorer with 0-5, all from play.