Tommy Coleman (Clann Eireann)
Not much more can be said about Tommy Coleman and his Clann Eireann side achieved this year.
Coleman brought a youthful side to the top of the summit. They did it the hard way, seeing off Grange, Maghery, Ballymacnab and Cross.
His impact subs worked a treat in the showpiece as both Jack Conlon and Ruairi McDonald hit the net.
Stephen Kernan (Crossmaglen)
Once again ended the season as beaten finalists, but Cross were one of the standout teams in the championship.
Stuck to their guns and played with their combative man-to-man style and it almost brought them back to the top of Armagh football.
Kernan also blooded through in some newbies. The likes of Caolan Finnegan and Ronan Fitzpatrick got first team game time.
Kevin Franklin (Silverbridge)
Perhaps disappointed with how his side bowed out of the championship, but they defied expectations to reach the last four.
The Harps were the better side the first day out and overcame Dromintee. They also featured in one of the games of the season against Cullyhanna.
Silverbridge failed to raise much of a challenge in the semi-final against Crossmaglen, but no doubt will look to build on the progress made.
Mick O’Dowd (Ballymacnab)
Brought his side within a kick of the ball of reaching a county final but Clann Eireann just had too much in the end.
Ballymacnab enjoyed wins over rivals Granemore and Pearse Og, edging through by one-point on both occasions.
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