Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their three-point victory over Donegal on Saturday evening?
19 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they earned a massive two points against their old rivals.
Kicked Armagh’s first point from a free and came out to play his usual sweeper keeper role.
Man of the Match the last day out against Kerry, McCambridge made a vital interception near the end of the game.
His usual steady self, Forker is one of the most consistent performers in the Armagh team. He kicked a great first half score.
Went toe-to-toe with Donegal dangerman Jamie Brennan and held him to just one score.
Once again played the sweeper role in front of the Armagh full back line and McKay helped deny any clearcut goal chances.
Helped out in the defensive cover but joined the attack as well. McCabe set up Campbell’s first half score and won the free for O’Neill’s second.
Made his first start in an Armagh shirt in three years and the Armagh Harps man will be happy with his display.
Mackin’s first full 70 minutes of the year, he worked up and down the field. He intercepted a dangerous Donegal attack when there was just one point between the teams.
Jarly Og Burns
Picked up Michael Langan and kept him quiet. Burns also showed great leadership at the end of the game with a few huge catches and a great point.
A bit of a different role for Duffy, playing out in the half forward line. He put in plenty of hard yards and was replaced by Tiernan Kelly.
Rarely gives the ball away and Cumiskey saw plenty of possession on Saturday evening.
Kicked a beautiful, individual point in the opening half that gave Armagh a bit of breathing space.
O’Neill was once again Armagh’s top scorer with 0-5. He also made a huge defensive catch near the end of the game.
Murnin continued his great form on Saturday night and chipped in with three points, He also provided an outlet for Armagh kickouts.
Turbitt is always a dangerous presence in the Armagh attack but didn’t have the influence on the scoreline that he’d had wanted.
Kelly was Armagh’s first sub on and he worked hard after coming into the half forward line for Jason Duffy.
Settled the game in the last quarter when introduced and knocked over an important free towards the end.
Created Armagh’s only goal chance of the game, playing through Andrew Murnin who didn’t hit the net.
Made a great, driving run after coming in that ended with Burns being fouled and O’Neill tapping over a free. Also assisted Burns’ last point.