Vote for the six forwards who you think deserves a spot on the 2022 The Sideline Eye Hurling Team of the Year!
TOMAS GALVIN (KEADY)
Galvin was in incredible form for Keady as they reached the senior decider but ultimately lost out to Middletown.
The 2022 College All-Star rattled off three points in the final and was one of the main reasons for Keady’s great start.
DEAN GAFFNEY (MIDDLETOWN)
His scoring accuracy in front of the posts turned the final in favour of Middletown when things were going against them.
Gaffney picked up the Man of the Match award during the showpiece and finished the game with 0-9.
FIONNAN BURNS (CROABH RUA)
Burns was fantastic even in defeat during Craobh Rua’s semi-final defeat to Middletown. But the Camlough men really gave them a test.
Craobh Rua struck two goals and both of them were set up by Burns, who had a couple of great displays throughout the championship.
CONOR CORVAN (KEADY)
Turned the tide for Keady when they were up against it in the drawn semi-final against Cuchulainns.
Conor Corvan scored a super goal at the start of the second half, and it was another great year in the blue and yellow.
SEAN OG MCGUINNESS (MIDDLETOWN)
McGuinness had a phenomenal season at corner forward for Middletown in both the hurling team and football team.
His display is the showpiece was brilliant and McGuinness scored 0-3 all from play as Middletown won by four.
TAM MCKAVANAGH (SEAN TREACY’S)
Was hugely influential for Sean Treacy’s as they got the better of Keady in the Junior Championship final.
McKavanagh scored 0-2 from wing half forward and that was one of a number of great performances.
JOHN CORVAN (KEADY)
An inspirational figure for Keady throughout the championship and helped his side reach the senior final.
He may not have scored in the final, but John Corvan’s work rate was crucial for Keady as they almost got over the line.
NATHAN CURRY (MIDDLETOWN)
His two goals turned the game in the semi-final against Craobh Rua when the Camlough men were throwing everything at Middletown.
Curry finished that game with a personal tally of 2-4 and chipped in with another 0-3 during the final against Keady.
DANNY MAGEE (SEAN TREACY’S)
May not have had the best of finals but Danny Magee is always a crucial member of the Sean Treacy’s team.
While he didn’t have his best day, he still top scored for the Lurgan men as he rattled off 0-5 of their overall tally.
JARLY OG BURNS (CROABH RUA)
Burns caused numerous problems at full forward against Derrynoose when Craobh Rua earned their way to the last four.
The Armagh star was brilliant at the start of their semi-final with Middletown before the ball in eventually dried up.
RYAN GAFFNEY (MIDDLETOWN)
Gaffney has been doing the business for Middletown for years and his goal in the final was hugely important.
The Middletown forward was joint captain of the team as they completed a historic four in a row of senior titles.
KANE LAVERTY (SEAN TREACY’S)
Played in a number of positions for Sean Treacy’s and excelled in every role as the Lurgan men reach the promised land.
Laverty scored an important point in the final as Sean Treacy’s saw off Keady II with three points to spare in the end.