Now that the season has drawn to a close, we know the final top scorers from the Senior Championship.
It’s no surprise that the eventual top scorer came from the winning camp. In fact, Crossmaglen hold the top two spots in the scoring charts.
Cian McConville finished the season as the Senior Football Championship top scorer after a brilliant campaign.
His personal haul of 0-8 against Granemore last Sunday shot him to the top of the leader board.
McConville has been one of the most dangerous forwards in the county over the past number of years, but this was his best performance in a final.
Crossmaglen’s attacking ace ended the campaign with a tally of 1-19, three points ahead of his cousin Rian O’Neill.
McConville’s goal towards the end of their semi-final victory over Maghery sees him top the charts.
O’Neill finished in second place, and he gave another wonderful display last weekend around the middle of the field.
He had already accounted for 0-15 across the opening three games for the Rangers and added 0-4 last weekend.
That left O’Neill with the grand total of 0-19, meaning he finished the season without scoring a single goal.
Jason O’Neill had a year to remember for Granemore as he helped them reach their first ever senior final.
O’Neill done the majority of their scoring throughout the season and added 0-2 in the decider to finish the campaign with 0-16.
Having played two games less than the above trio, Clan na Gael’s Shane McPartland comes in at fourth position.
The towering Clans midfielder was one of the performers of the championship and hit 0-14 in two outings.
The final three all accounted for ten points, with Conor Grimley finishing the year as Madden’s top scorer.
Kevin Robinson scored 1-7 across Maghery’s three games while Oisin Cushnahan also hit 0-10 for the Loughshore men.