Pick your 15 – Half forward line

Who do you think should be included in the Armagh half forward against Monaghan in the opening round of the league?

Armagh travel to Castleblayney next Saturday evening and there’s plenty of spots up for grabs.

Ciaron O’Hanlon and Oisin O’Neill are both unavailable as they are currently sidelined through injury.

Rory Grugan

The 2022 Armagh Player of the Year has been a guaranteed starter for Armagh during Kieran McGeeney’s tenure.

Grugan can play anywhere in the forward line and featured against Cavan in the McKenna Cup.

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Jemar Hall

Hall came on against Cavan in the half back line but has played the majority of his career in the forward line.

The Forkhill man played in all but one of Armagh’s games last season and finished the year with 0-5.

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Callum Cumiskey

The Crossmaglen playmaker is back in the Armagh squad following a great club campaign with the Rangers.

Cumiskey scored an important goal against Clare that helped Armagh gain promotion to Division One in 2020.

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Joe Sheridan

Sheridan made his debut against Tyrone in last years McKenna Cup but made a bigger impact this season.

The Madden attacker rattled home a goal against Antrim and finished that game with 1-1. He also started the next day out against Cavan.

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Stefan Campbell

Campbell rubbished his super sub role last year and had an amazing summer in the half forward line for Armagh.

‘Soupy’ featured in all of Armagh’s games last season and finished as the sides 5th top scorer with 0-17.

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Tomas McCormack

McCormack came off the bench against Antrim at half time to make his first ever appearance for Armagh.

The Annaghmore man is also currently part of Queen’s Sigerson squad.

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Tiernan Kelly

Tiernan Kelly is back following an injury-ridden 2022 and will be a huge option for Kieran McGeeney going forward.

He goaled twice, against Antrim and Monaghan, in the 2021 Ulster Championship, during his debut season.

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Ross McQuillan

Injuries have hampered McQuillan’s game time over the last number of years, but he still made two championship appearances in 2022.

The Cullyhanna speedster came on against Donegal in Ballybofey and was also introduced against Tyrone.

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Eoin Woods

The Carrickcruppen sharpshooter made an instant impact off the bench against Galway in Croke Park, kicking a score.

Woods earned his first start in an Armagh jersey against Antrim two weeks ago and marked that with a point.

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Conor Grimley

Conor Grimley was drafted into the Armagh squad after an eye-catching club championship with Madden.

He made two appearances in the McKenna Cup, coming off the bench against both Antrim and Cavan.

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