Conor McKeown (Shane O’Neill’s)
Had McKeown not pulled off a fabulous save near the end of the game, Shane O’Neill’s would not have got their hands on the Atty Hearty Cup.
Cathal O’Hare (Granemore)
Granemore were expected to be defensive at the start but they certainly didn’t sit back. O’Hare burst forward on a number of occasions and finished as top scorer with 0-3.
Ross Finn (Granemore)
Ross Finn was handed the task of limiting Jamie Clarke’s influence on the game and he certainly did that, holding the Crossmaglen sharpshooter scoreless.
Paul Hughes (Crossmaglen)
As good a performance as Hughes has had in a while for Cross. The roaming defender got his hands on plenty of ball and chipped in with a score.
Aaron Kernan (Crossmaglen)
Another vintage performance from the Crossmaglen legend. Aaron Kernan incredibly picked up his 17th Senior Championship medal on Sunday.
Niall McCorry (St Paul’s)
An awesome performance from the St Paul’s captain. McCorry dominated the middle of the park and gave an exhibition of high fielding.
Caitlin McCormack (Ballyhegan Ladies)
It wasn’t to be for Ballyhegan Ladies at the weekend but Caitlin McCormack kept driving her side on to the end and set up their goal.
Stephen Morris (Crossmaglen)
Morris was superb in the middle of the field for Crossmaglen and gave a real captain’s display, leading from the front all day long.
Rian O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
Played further out the park this time around and was involved in a number of big moments. He sent up the games only goal and fired over four top quality points.
Paul O’Rourke (Shane O’Neill’s)
O’Rourke gave another outstanding performance for Shane’s and his last minute flicked goal sparked scenes for joy for the Camlough men.
Lauren Sheridan (Dromahill Ladies)
Sheridan bagged a hat trick of goals as Dromahill Ladies won the senior shield, defeating Crossmaglen 5-13 to 2-5.
Ryan Rafferty (Granemore)
Rafferty may rue a spurned goal chance but the Granemore attacker did little else wrong. Scored a point and worked incredibly hard for his side throughout the game.
Cian McConville (Crossmaglen)
McConville was simply unstoppable on Sunday afternoon. He finished with 0-8 and was a constant headache for Granemore and deservingly picked up the Man of the Match award.
Andrew Murnin (St Paul’s)
A personal haul of 1-2 looked to have been enough to secure St Paul’s the title but it wasn’t to be. As always, Murnin was a handful at full forward.
Ruairi O’Brien (Shane O’Neill’s)
The Shane O’Neill’s youngster was named as Man of the Match and top scored for the eventual winners with a final tally of 0-5.