Team of the Week – Week Five

Check out our fifth edition of Team of the Week after another exciting weekend of men and ladies championship action.

Stephen McKinley (Derrynoose)

Pulled off a fine double save in the first half against Middletown and made another in the second period to deny certain goals.

Thomas Og Duffy (Crossmaglen)

Gave a fine performance in the Crossmaglen defence as they eventually got through the Dromintee challenge after extra time.

Cathair McKinney (Killeavy)

Strong and aggressive, McKinney is the lynchpin of the Killeavy defence and gave another great display. He also got forward to split the posts for his side.

Darren Carr (Granemore)

Carr won countless turnovers in the Granemore full back line last Saturday. He helped keep a handy Mullaghbawn forward line at bay.

Jack McArdle (Dromintee)

Broke forward at serious pace for a superb equalising score that brought the game to extra time and finished with 0-2 to his name.

Photo Credit: John Merry

Emma Conlon (Clonmore)

Conlon gave an strong showing at centre half back for Clonmore ladies as they saw off Eire Og to make their way through to the Junior final.

Grace Ferguson (Ballyhegan)

Armagh LGFA star Grace Ferguson was led by example for Ballyhegan as they defeated Clan na Gael to reach the IFC final.

Shane McPartland (Clan na Gael)

Probably Clan na Gael’s best player this year, McPartland gave another fine display on Sunday and almost dragged his name over the line. Finished with 0-9.

Eoghan McDonnell (Mullaghbawn)

Never gave up and kept driving Mullaghbawn on but it wasn’t enough in the end. He hit 0-2 and struck over one of the points of the game.

Stefan Forker (Maghery)

Popped up during the big moments for Maghery finished the game with 0-4 (0-3 from play) including the all-important final score that confirmed victory.

Photo Credit: John Merry

Steven Matthews (Lissummon)

Struck two early goals that gave Lissummon the upper hand in Saturday’s Junior semi-final and guided them through to the decider.

Dylan Mone (Derrynoose)

Mone gave an all-action display against Middletown, chipping in with a well taken score and setting up the game-winning final goal.

Kieran Hughes (Ballymacnab)

Ballymacnab’s best player last Saturday evening, Hughes carried the fight to Maghery. He finished as his sides top scorer with 0-4, all from play.

Clare O’Hare (Derrynoose Ladies)

O’Hare claimed a hat trick of goals as the Derrynoose Ladies advance to the Junior Championship final with victory over Tir na nOg.

Niamh Murray (Clann Eireann)

Murray caused Armagh Harps serious problems as Clann Eireann dethroned the champions to reach the Senior Championship final.

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