Pick your 15 – Full forward line

Who do you think should be included in the Armagh full forward line 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.

Shane McPartland

McPartland marked his Armagh debut with a first half point against Antrim. He played in both McKenna up outings against Antrim and Cavan.

The Clan na Gael man was one of the stars of the club championship, hitting 0-14 in just two games.

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Rian O’Neill

O’Neill had another massive year for Armagh in 2022, finishing the season as top scorer with 2-46 in 14 games.

The versatile Crossmaglen man played just a single half in the McKenna Cup, coming on at half time against Cavan.

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Andrew Murnin

Murnin was named to start against Antrim but didn’t line out and didn’t feature at all in the McKenna Cup.

But when fit, Murnin is a huge addition to the Armagh forward line as he showcased on numerous occasions last year.

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Niall McConville

McConville made his first appearance in the orange and white against Antrim a few weeks ago since 2017.

He was really impressive that evening and hit 0-2. He also came on at half time against Cavan in round two.

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Oisin Conaty

His goal against Cavan was Armagh’s only score in the second half, but what a score it was. Conaty showed serious pace to get past the Cavan defence and rattle the net.

The Tir na nOg forward was introduced against both Antrim and Cavan in the McKenna Cup.

Jason Duffy

Duffy has been on the panel for a number of years but 2022 was without doubt his best season in an Armagh jersey.

He netted against Dublin and Tyrone at the start of the league but was a crucial kickout option throughout the year as well.

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Cian McConville

McConville has been an exciting prospect for a few years, and he once again lit up the club championship for Crossmaglen.

He was used twice in the McKenna Cup and scored 0-3 in a 20-minute cameo against Antrim, before being forced off through injury.

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Justin Kieran

Kieran made a huge impact against Galway last year after coming off the bench and scored a super point.

Like a number of the younger panel members, the Grange man played in both of the recent McKenna Cup games.

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Aidan Nugent

Armagh’s joint-captain featured in 12 of Armagh’s 14 outings last season, and started both recent McKenna Cup games.

Nugent was Armagh’s third top scorer in 2022, hitting 3-19 across all competitions, including goals against Tyrone and Galway in the championship.

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