Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match following their last gasp draw with Mayo on Sunday afternoon?
19 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they salvaged a late draw, coming back from five-point down.
Protected his square heroically and got forward at every opportunity. Rafferty was lucky not to have conceded a goal when he was caught up the field.
Had a tough day on an in-form Aidan O’Shea on the edge of the square. McKay won a good turnover early on which led to Armagh’s first score.
Came to life in the final quarter when Armagh needed him. He was involved in a number of plays as Armagh earned a draw.
Replaced at the half time break. A number of possessions passed through his hands in the first half.
Started the game in place of Conor O’Neill. Burns brought good pace when breaking out from the Armagh defence.
Made his fourth start in a row at centre half back and McCambridge raced up and down the field all afternoon long.
Jarly Og Burns
Burns covered a lot of ground for Armagh on Sunday. The Silverbridge man was fouled for O’Neill’s second score.
Made a number of important turnovers in the first half, two of which led to points for Murnin and O’Neill.
Really carried the fight to Mayo and won a number of crucial frees and turnovers to get them back into the game.
Came in as a late replacement for Callum Cumiskey. Rory Grugan popped over a free which Hall won in the first half.
An excellent display from the Ballymacnab playmaker. Grugan hit 0-4 (2f) but also got back to help out his defence.
Didn’t have his usually impact on the game but grabbed a massive point at the beginning of the second half.
Armagh’s top scorer on the day with 0-6 (5f). O’Neill coolly slotted over the score that earned Armagh a point when the pressure was on.
An all-action display from the St Paul’s target man. Andrew Murnin was fantastic at full forward and hit 0-3 from play.
‘Turbo’ finished the game with 0-3 to his name, including an excellent individual score in the opening period.
Came into the game at half time. Grimley was involved a number of times for Armagh’s first score of the second half.
His second half goal line clearance proved crucial as it meant Armagh still had a fighting chance in the game.
Added serious pace when introduced. Duffy won three second half kickouts when Armagh were under pressure.
Won a second half free that was pointed by Grugan and that kickstarted Armagh’s late five-point fight back.