Conor Turbitt (Clann Eireann)
The Man of the Match in the Senior Championship Final, Turbitt had a dream final as he finished with 0-8.
Not only that, but he nailed the final two points that ultimately won the game in the dying moments.
‘Turbo’ grabbed his only goal of the season in the opener against Grange and finished the campaign with 1-25.
Cian McConville (Crossmaglen)
McConville remains one of the brightest prospects in the county and he once again helped Cross reach the showpiece.
Perhaps didn’t have the best of finals, but was on form through the other four games the Rangers featured in.
Brought a hard-working edge to his game this year and finished the championship with 0-24 to his name.
Sean Rock (Silverbridge)
The Silverbridge youngster had a superb first year in the blue and yellow as the reached the last four.
His two-goal haul against Cullyhanna was undoubtably the highlight for the attacker, as he hit 1-2 to put them through to the semis.
Should have also hit the net against Cross but will learn from the experience and has a bright future.
Tiernan Kelly (Clann Eireann)
Kelly had a breakthrough season in the orange and white of Armagh and also excelled for Clann Eireann.
Had a huge influence from centre half forward for the newly crowned champions and was extremely difficult to stop.
His surging runs broke down many defensive structures and he chipped in with 0-6 in the championship as well.
Aidan Nugent (Cullyhanna)
Made his long-awaited comeback to the club game after a season-ending ACL injury picked up last summer.
Nugent was back with a bang as he starred for the South Armagh men in their narrow first round win over Mullaghbawn.
Hit 0-8 of his sides 0-9 that day and recorded a further 0-7 in the quarter final loss to Silverbridge.
Ronan Reel (Silverbridge)
The Silverbridge forward finished the championship season as the 10th highest scorer in the competition with 1-6.
His personal haul of 1-3 in the first round helped the Harps see off league winners Dromintee after extra time.
Reel’s accuracy from the dead ball was a super asset for Silverbridge as they made their way to the last four.
Ryan Henderson (Clann Eireann)
What a season the Clann Eireann veteran had in helping the Lurgan side get their hands on the Gerry Fegan cup.
Starred in their ‘coming of age’ win over Maghery in a new quarter back role developed this year.
Had a major impact in the final, scoring a huge point and having a part to play in both the goals.
Joe Sheridan (Madden)
Madden fell at the first hurdle when they pushed Crossmaglen all the way in their opening round clash.
Joe Sheridan gave his all in the red and black and was one of the hardest workers on the field as well as main an attacking threat.
The Raparees youngster top scored for his side with 0-4 and caused the Cross defence several problems throughout.
Pauric Gribben (Ballymacnab)
Played in the half forward line for the Round Towers as they made it to the semi-finals of the senior championship.
Gribben broke through to find the net that kickstarted their revival against Clann Eireann and also assisted their second goal.
The wing half forward worked extremely hard throughout the entire championship and enjoyed a super season.
Daniel Magee (Clann Eireann)
Like many of his teammates, Daniel Magee had a year to remember Tommy Coleman’s Clann Eireann side.
Stood out against Ballymacnab in the last four, scoring two goals while setting up a third for Barry McCambridge.
His work rate was amazing in the first half against Cross as he made several important tackles. Finished the year with 2-2.
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