Ten points was the difference at the conclusion of the encounter, played in Middletown, with the home team winning 3-12 to 0-11.
Net minder Ruairi Mallon played a major role in last week’s double score victory, keeping a clean sheet.
Fellow Middletown club player and captain of the team Caionn Hughes was in inspiration form in the middle of the field and he tagged on 0-2.
Calum Rafferty chipped in with 1-1 after coming in off the subs bench while Keady’s Jack Loughran was instrumental from centre half back, hitting three points.
Cuchulainns sharpshooter Tom Scallon will once again be relied upon up front, as he offers a huge attacking threat.
Scullion top scored for Miceal Murphy’s side in the opening round win over the Farney men. He finished the game with 1-3 to his name.
Derrynoose attacker Sean Og McNaughton is another strong option going forward and will be one of Armagh’s main scoring treats.
The youngster was on target last weekend, claiming two points for the Orchard County.
Murphy’s young team travel to Breffni Park today to face Cavan in search of another victory.
A second league win this weekend would set up Armagh up well for the visit of Fermanagh the following week.
Team manager Miceal Murphy is assisted by Cuchulainns clubman Damian Kirk, Keady’s Patrick Murphy and Craobh Rua’s David O’Brien.
The minor squad is made up with representatives from each of the 8 Armagh hurling clubs.
They have Bird and Bell from St. Malachy’s Portadown along with Conor Carabine from Sean Tracey’s vying for starting position.
Young Tommy McCann from Craobh Rua misses the match tomorrow due to a couple of broken fingers.