Who do you think was the Armagh Man of the Match in their two-point defeat against Galway on Saturday evening?
21 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they suffered their third defeat of the league campaign.
Scored a goal via a long ball into the square. It was Rafferty’s first goal in four years, he last hit the net against Fermanagh in the 2019 league.
McCambridge was once again handed a man-marking role and excelled. The Clann Eireann defender kept Shane Walsh scoreless from play.
Held the sweeper role in front of the full back line and was playing well before being forced off through injury.
Drove Armagh forward when on the front foot and saw plenty of the ball throughout the game.
Picked up the RTE Man of the Match award. Mackin nailed perhaps the best point of the evening in the first half.
Held the centre of the Armagh defence to good effect and got his hands on plenty of possession.
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Picked up Matthew Tierney and kept him quiet for most of the game but lost track of his run for the goal towards the end of the game.
Got Armagh off to a brilliant start with the first point of the day inside the opening sixty seconds.
Kelly didn’t have his best night in an Armagh jersey and was replaced by Stephen Sheridan at half time.
Kicked a super score in the opening half before being replaced early on by Jemar Hall.
Put the home side five points ahead early in the second half but Armagh failed to push on.
Worked hard at wing half forward and provided plenty of support for Armagh’s defence.
Kicked a huge score in the first half when Armagh were on top but was replaced late on.
Always an option for the kickout and Murnin made two fantastic catches from Armagh restarts.
Worked tirelessly up and down the field and will feel hard done by that he didn’t get a free late in the game.
Came on in the first half for Callum Cumiskey and got through plenty of work.
Replaced Tiernan Kelly at half time but was then taken off for Niall Grimley before the end of the game.
Was added into the game for Greg McCabe but Turbo didn’t have the impact he’d have liked.
Won a crucial turnover in the second half but Armagh couldn’t turn the possession into a score.
Made a huge catch after coming into the fray when Armagh desperately needed the ball.
Chipped over Armagh’s final point of the evening, ending their dry spell of over 30 minutes in the second half.