Ahead of the upcoming league campaign, we’ve taken a look at the ins and outs of the teams competing in Division 2A.
Blaine Hughes dropped off the county panel this year and will be a huge addition to Carrickcruppen.
Eoin Woods remains part of Kieran McGeeney’s county squad, so may not see much club league time.
Experienced defender Fergal Rowland is back for another year, as is hard working midfielder Shane Carragher.
Niall Rowland has been injured for the majority of the season and has saw no game time with Armagh just yet.
Paul and Anto Duffy are back in the fold for the Ogs this year and they bring years of experience to the set up.
Ryan Kearney will also be an option between the sticks while Vincy Brady, who is part of the Armagh squad, will be a big player when available.
Defender Ruairi Grimes could be back this season, having suffered a horrific leg injury last year.
Antoin McParland, joint captain of the Armagh u-20 panel, will be a big player for Ronan Clarke’s side.
But they have Mickey Murray and Sean Connell back in their squad and that will bolster their defensive options.
Tony Donnelly has also returned, late last season, and will offer a real scoring threat in the forward line.
Tullysaran will have to cope without Eoghan Daly however as the mobile midfielder has moved down under.
They have recruited former Dromintee defender Barry Toner and he’ll help bolster their defensive options.
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Oisin Conaty may not be available through the league as he is on the Armagh panel, while forward Joseph Hendron has gone to Australia.
Defender Tom Weir is back with Jim McCooe’s side however, having returned from a spell in America.
Wolfe Tones will be without roaming goalkeeper Callan Duffin in 2023 as he is going to Australia.
They have two huge additions to their squad. Former Armagh panellist Ruairi McCaughley is back in the fold while Ex-Sarsfields sharpshooter Caolan Skelton has joined.