Senior Championship top scorers

It’s now down to the final four in the Senior Championship, with only three of the eight top scores remaining in the competition.

Leading the way after the last eight clashes last weekend is Clan na Gael man Shane McPartland.

The versatile midfielder, who moved into full forward against Killeavy, game away with a huge personal tally.

His haul of 0-9, along with the 0-5 he kicked in the first round of the championship against Carrickcruppen, sees him top the leader board.

Still there

Just in behind is Crossmaglen star Rian O’Neill who has notched up a total of 0-12 across their two outings.

O’Neill top scored for the Rangers as they just about saw off Silverbridge in the opening round with 0-8.

He was top of the charts once again last weekend as Stephen Kernan’s men finally shook off Dromintee.

Crossmaglen’s attacking ace chipped in with 0-4 as they powered through to the semi-finals after extra time.

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Conor Grimley, top after the opening rounds having featured in the preliminary round for Madden, drops to third.

His contribution of 0-4 helped the Raparees see of Grange in the preliminary round while he also hit 0-6 against Killeavy as they exited the championship.

Two players are among the top eight scores having not kicked a single point throughout the entire championship.

Ethan Rafferty came away with a hat trick of goals for Grange as they lost out to Madden on the opening day.

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Cathal McKenna helped Dromintee overcome Sarsfields with two goals and punched home a third against Crossmaglen.

Maghery’s Kevin Robinson also sits on nine points having chalked up 1-6 across their two games against Armagh Harps and Ballymacnab.

Robinson’s three-pointer saw the Loughshore men past the Harps while he’s hit three points in both games as well.

Rory Grugan top scored for the Nab last Saturday evening with 0-6, adding to his 0-3 against Cullyhanna.

Killeavy’s Niall Magennis has hit 2-3 in the championship, claiming goals against both Madden and Clan na Gael to help them through to the last four.