Ronan Murphy has named his starting team to take on Kerry in Tullamore on Saturday in the All-Ireland quarter final.
It’s the same hurdle that Armagh fell at last year. That was against another green and gold rival, Meath.
It’s the Kingdom this time around that the Orchard hope to overcome to book a place in the semi-finals.
Armagh face the same opponents that destroyed their promotion hopes earlier on in the season.
Anna Carr was between the sticks in Croke Park during that Division 2 league final and keeps and has kept a tight grip on the number one jersey throughout the championship.
The Carrickcruppen shot stopper also hasn’t conceded a goal since that league decider. She kept clean sheets against both Meath and Monaghan.
Shauna Grey, Clodagh McCambridge and Cait Towe make up a solid looking last line of defence.
Towe has become a regular in the backline this season and has her Clann Eireann clubmate McCambridge right beside her for support.
There’s plenty of pace and energy in Armagh’s dangerous half back line with Niamh Marley and Grace Ferguson on the flanks.
In the centre is Crossmaglen’s Lauren McConville, who was named as Player of the Match in the 0-9 apiece draw against Meath.
Blaithin Mackin and Caroline O’Hanlon form a powerful midfield partnership. Both are willing to attack and contribute to the scoreboard.
Mackin will of course be moving down under once Armagh’s campaign comes to an end but will want to keep their winning streak going.
Eve Lavery, Niamh Coleman and Catherine Marley make up a hard-working half forward line. But all three can threaten the oppositions goals as well.
The inside line is made up of Aimee Mackin, Aoife McCoy and captain Kelly Mallon. It’s the full forward line that Kerry will be most concerned about.
There’s plenty of options off the bench as well with the likes of Alex Clarke and Aoife Lennon available to bolster their attacking options.
Sarah Marley and Tiarna Grimes have plenty of experience to add as well should they be called upon.