Ciarrai Devlin (Granemore)
May have ended up on the losing team but Devlin had a good game between the sticks. Pulled off some super saves for Granemore.
Louise Toner (Ballymacnab)
The Ballymacnab joint captain enjoyed a fantastic game in the full back line for the three in a row winners.
Shea Heffron (Clann Eireann)
Perhaps one of the best full back displays witnessed this season. Always there to get a hand in and held Cian McConville scoreless from play.
Cara Crilly (Ballymacnab)
Fired over an early score and worked her heart out to pick up the Player of the Match award in the Senior Camogie Final.
Caella Casey (Cullyhanna)
Casey had a great game at the heart of the Cullyhanna defence as they advanced to the Intermediate Camogie showpiece.
James Morgan (Crossmaglen)
Looked to have secured victory with an inspirational score but it wasn’t to be. Morgan capped off a brilliant year with another top class showing.
Barry McCambridge (Clann Eireann)
Locked horns with Oisin O’Neill and shaded the contest. McCambridge didn’t get on the score sheet but worked up and down for Clann Eireann.
Rian O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
Clann Eireann will be happy with how they limited O’Neill’s influence, but the Cross star still registered five points and was one of their better performers.
Tiarnan Kelly (Clann Eireann)
When ‘TK’ puts the head down and drives forward he is almost impossible to stop. Nailed the score of the game and finished with 0-2.
Bernie Murray (Cullyhanna)
Drove Cullyhanna over the line in their semi final at the weekend with a superb showing by the Armagh star.
Ryan Henderson (Clann Eireann)
Stood up when all seemed lost for Clann Eireann. Swung over a beauty and had a hand to play in both second half goals.
Ciara Hill (Granemore)
Hill was once again impressive in the green and white of Granemore as she never gave up hope in the Senior decider.
Callum Cumiskey (Crossmaglen)
Earned his first start for The Rangers in the 2021 championship and struck 0-2 from play and should have raised two green flags as well.
Conor Turbitt (Clann Eireann)
Man of the Match. Turbo finished with a personal tally of 0-8 including the final two game winning scores.
Eimear Smyth (Ballymacnab)
Top scored for the Nab with 0-4 including a magnificent score from near the sideline. Also set up a lot of other attacks.