2022 Senior Team of the Year – Goalkeepers

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Picked up a Championship medal in his first year as goalkeeper in the black and amber and enjoyed a good season.

Murray was one of a number of Stephen Kernan’s side experiencing their first successful county final. Murray kept a clean sheet in the final against Granemore and the Rangers ran out 12-point winners in the end.

Unfortunately picked up and injury and missed out on Crossmaglen’s Ulster Championship clash with Ballybay.

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Kept three clean sheets in the championship and helped Granemore reach their first ever senior decider. Kelly has been Granemore’s number one goalkeeper for year and enjoyed possibly his best year between the sticks.

Pulled off a fine save in the opening round against Pearse Og which turned the game. Niall McAleenan’s team rattled the net on the counter and won by three in the end.

Was beaten just once throughout the entire campaign by a super strike from Crossmaglen’s Caolan Finnegan in the final.

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An unfortunate slip shouldn’t define Eamon Cusack’s season. The Maghery goalkeeper produced a fine campaign with the number one on his back.

That fortuitous Crossmaglen goal started a scoring spree from the eventual champions that saw them run out 15-point winners.

But Cusack was in good form in the early rounds of the championship and kept clean sheets against both Armagh Harps and Ballymacnab.

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Magill made a huge mistake in the championship semi-final, but if he weren’t for him Killeavy may not have been there.

The young goalkeeper pulled off a superb diving save in the dying minutes of their quarter final win against Clan na Gael.

The Armagh panellist also kept a clean sheet on the opening day of the championship as Killeavy edged past Madden and another one against Clans.

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