NIALL MCCORRY (ST PAUL’S)
His fetching ability in the county final was outstanding and he certainly rose to the occasion for St Paul’s. McCorry was a huge figure around the middle for the Lurgan men and their captain led by example right throughout the championship.
He was their star man against Clonmore in the opening round and carried that form with him for the remainder of the campaign.
OISIN O’NEILL (CULLOVILLE)
A quality addition to the Culloville side for the championship, O’Neill gave them plenty of aggression and athleticism around the middle of the park.
Played in all their championship games and was consistently good throughout as the Blues reached the last four.
CIARAN MACKIN (SHANE O’NEILL’S)
His beautifully weighted ball into Paul O’Rourke created history as the Shane’s just about got over the line. Played at full back that day but all his best work was when he drove out of defence and created attacks.
He may have only scored 0-2 in the championship, but he was a key performer. Mackin was a huge driving force for the Camlough men this season and capped off an incredible personal year for himself.
DEAN FITZSIMMONS (ST PAUL’S)
Done a lot of the unseen work for St Paul’s as they made their way to the Intermediate decider. Played at centerfield for Shane O’Neill’s men as was always good for a score when one was needed.
His two points against Tullysaran in the semi-final helped turn the tide for St Paul’s. Fitzsimmons finished the season with 0-5 to his name.