20 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they suffered relegation to Division Two.
Set up an Aidan Forker score and pulled off a fine save to deny Darragh Canavan in the first half.
Picked up Canavan until the Tyrone man was replaced and McCambridge held him to one-point from play.
McKay picked up Mattie Donnelly early on before once again adopting the sweeper position. McKay helped Armagh keep a clean sheet.
Forker was in great form on Sunday, matching his immediate marker Darren McCurry’s tally of 0-2 from play.
Another big shift from Mackin around the middle. He worked up and down the field and also set up a first half score for Conor Turbitt.
McCabe played in a free role at the back and like McKay, was a big reason while Armagh didn’t concede a goal.
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Added real pace to the Armagh counterattack when breaking forward and covered every blade of grass.
Perhaps Campbell’s best display of the year. ‘Soupy’ really stepped up in the second period and hit 0-4.
Earned his first start of the campaign and put in a solid display. Grimley drifted forward to claim a first half mark.
Cumiskey gave an impressive performance, assisting a number of Armagh scores in the first half.
Chipped in with 0-1 but Grugan added so much to the Armagh team with his work rate and playmaking ability.
Played closer to goals and to good effect. Hall knocked over a first half point and cause Tyrone problems early on.
Replaced the injured Rian O’Neill and really stepped up. Turbitt was the main man for Armagh and finished with
Won a good kickout in the first half and injured himself going for a second. Will be a big miss going forward for Armagh if he picked up a serious knock.
Put in a lot of hard yards during his time on the field. He was replaced by Tiernan Kelly in the second period.
Nugent didn’t have the same influence he had against Galway but is still finding his feet after coming back from injury.
Kelly never really got into the game after coming in to replace Jason Duffy after the turnaround.
Kieran fired over the final score of the game, marking his first appearance in the 2023 league campaign.
McConville also picked up his first few minutes of the league but wasn’t on long enough to make an impact.
Like McConville, McPartland had little time to make a real influence after entering the fray.