SEAN MCCREESH (BELLEEK)
The Intermediate scoring charts speak for themselves. McCreesh scored more than anyone else and failed to reach the semi-finals.
He was in unstoppable form against Forkhill twice and Tullysaran and finished the campaign with 0-26.
AODHAN CONLON (SHANE O’NEILL’S)
Pulled the strings for Shane O’Neill’s and was an important part of their championship winning team.
Conlon also chipped in with a few important scores, including a three-pointer against Culloville in the semi-final.
ANDREW MURNIN (ST PAUL’S)
Could do little else in the final to get St Paul’s over the line but it just didn’t work out on the day for the Lurgan lads.
Murnin was the difference for St Paul’s in all their championship games and was a constant threat at full forward.
RYAN GARVEY (CULLOVILLE)
Garvey enjoyed another stellar season in the blue and white as Culloville reached the last four of the Intermediate Championship.
He was always an option for kickouts and offered huge scoring potential, hitting 2-8 across three outings.
RUAIRI O’BREIN (SHANE O’NEILL’S)
Picked up the Man of the Match award in the final and had a super first season at senior level for Shane O’Neill’s.
The 18-year-old finished the season with 2-16, with both goals coming in the opening round against Whitecross.
EDDIE MALLON (TULLYSARAN)
Opened his championship account with an unbelievable personal display where he scored 0-9 against Crossmaglen IIs.
Excelled against St Paul’s in the opening ten minutes as Tullysaran build up a big lead. Mallon ended his campaign with 0-17.
DARA QUINN (CULLOVILLE)
Quinn is quickly becoming one of the best prospects in Armagh football and had another brilliant season.
The youngster top scored for Culloville throughout the championship and finished the year with 1-16.
MARK MCPARLAND (BELLEEK)
His move to full forward proved a huge success as both Forkhill and Tullysaran struggled with his physical presence.
McParland always provided a goal threat as well and ended his championship season with 2-6 to his name.
PAUL O’ROURKE (SHANE O’NEILL’S)
O’Rourke will go down in Shane O’Neill’s as a legend following his flicked championship-winning goal.
His performances were top notch throughout the championship, and he recorded a brilliant 4-12, finishing as second highest scorer.
EOIN MCCONVILLE (ST PAUL’S)
Took his time to get going but once he did, McConville was brilliant. He kicked 0-9 across the semi-final and final.
His couple of points against Tullysaran were straight from the top drawer and when on form, McConville is a real handful.
GAVIN CONLON (TULLYSARAN)
Offered such a huge scoring threat for Tullysaran and also displayed his playmaking abilities throughout the championship.
Conlon claimed the all-important goal in their win over Belleek and finished the campaign with a personal tally of 1-13.
FERGAL KIERAN (CULLOVILLE)
Went from strength to strength for Culloville this year and enjoyed a terrific season under Kieran Hatzer.
Hit 0-4 in the first half vs Collegeland and when things weren’t going right against Shane O’Neill’s, Kieran made a number of fine catches and tried to drag his team back into it.