Rian O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
Simply unstoppable when in the mood, Rian O’Neill experienced another brilliant year for Armagh and Crossmaglen.
The younger of the two O’Neill brothers finished the season as the championships top scorer with 3-21.
His best performance came against Madden when he rattled off 2-6 and he was a major target for kickouts throughout the campaign.
Jarly Og Burns (Silverbridge)
While Silverbridge would have been disappointed with their showing in the semi-final, Burns was one of their better performers.
Carried the fight to Crossmaglen and also had good showings in their victories over Dromintee and Cullyhanna.
Caught the eye with his blistering pace and running ability but also offered a superb option for kickouts.
Conor McConville (Clann Eireann)
Was the standout performer at midfield in Clann Eireann’s first round win Grange and continued that form right through the championship.
McConville was one of the hardest workers throughout the campaign and was always willing to get back to help out the back line.
His line-breaking runs helped break down defences and proved incredibly difficult to halt for oppositions.
Rory Grugan (Ballymacnab)
Grugan continued to show why he’s one of the best footballers around with another stellar year in the maroon and white.
Finished as the Nabs top scorer and the fourth highest scorer throughout the entire senior championship with 2-13.
Bagged goals against Granemore and Clann Eireann and showed his play making skills, setting up his sides second major in the semi final with an inch perfect pass.
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