Stephen McArdle (Derrynoose)
Stephen McArdle had another superb season between the sticks for Derrynoose in their run to the Junior semi-final.
He defended his square heroically against Newtown, when the St Michael’s men were pressing hard for a goal.
McArdle did concede against Crossmaglen II in the last four but also pulled off a remarkable save in the same game.
Stephen Morgan (Crossmaglen II)
No goals were put passed the Crossmaglen goalkeeper despite the Rangers facing three of the toughest sides in the competition.
Morgan was a commanding figure inside the six-yard box and fended off any challenger entering his square.
Had a good game in the showpiece but Gareth O’Neill’s men ultimately failed to get over the line against Belleek.
Ciaran McCann (Dorsey)
Dorsey gave one of the performances of the championship when they throw everything at Belleek in the semi-final.
They reached the last four on merit as they saw off Thomas Davis, when McCann made a match winning save, and Redmond O’Hanlon’s.
The Dorsey number one had a super connection with his midfielders and that almost secured their spot in the showpiece.
Brian McKevitt (Belleek)
Played in all four of Belleek’s games during their successful run to finally getting their hands on the Sean Quinn Cup.
McKevitt, who also starred at corner back for the Craobh Rua hurlers, had an excellent season in goals for Belleek.
Conceded just one goal throughout the entire campaign, a Dorsey penalty, and kept a clean sheet on the most important day of all.
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