Now that every team has had at least one outing in the Senior Championship, we’ve taken a look at the current top scores.
Madden, having played twice in the championship after winning the preliminary round, have two players in the top six.
Conor Grimley tops the scoring charts, just one point ahead of second place, after hitting 0-10 across his two games.
The Raparees midfielder top scored Mickey Grimley’s side against Grange in the preliminary round with 0-6 (4f).
Grimley chipped in with 0-4 last Saturday as Madden exited the championship at the hands of Killeavy.
Ethan Rafferty is currently in second place after his scoring exploits against Madden in the opening round of the championship.
The Armagh goal keeper moved to full forward and rattled the net three times as the Grange closed the gap.
Last year’s championship top scorer Rian O’Neill, who hit 3-21 in 2021, currently sits third in the list.
O’Neill kicked four points on the trot as Crossmaglen produced an excellent second half come back to see off Silverbridge.
Armagh’s All-Star nominee claimed the most scores for the Rangers and finished with 0-8 (6f) to his name.
Joe Sheridan is included in the top scorers chart as well having played in both of Madden’s championship games.
Sheridan notched 0-2 against Grange the first day out and rattled over 0-4 against Killeavy last weekend.
Youngster Kevin Robinson top scored for Maghery in their 1-12 to 0-12 win over the Harps.
Robinson slotted home the game-winning major along with three points to finish the game with 1-3.
Dromintee qualified for the quarter finals of the Senior Championship for the first time since 2016 after defeating Sarsfields.
Full forward Cathal McKenna claimed two goals, either side of the half time whistle, for John Kennedy’s men as they won by eight in the end.