Who do you think should start in the Armagh half back line against Antrim in the preliminary round of the Ulster Championship?
Armagh host Antrim in the BOX-IT Athletic Grounds this Saturday afternoon to get their campaign underway.
It’s been a troubled area for Armagh this year. Ciaran Mackin made his way back through the league while Ben Crealey looks to be on his way back.
Grimley made his return to the fold following a neck injury picked up last year against Antrim in the McKenna Cup.
The Madden midfielder played in all seven National League games for Armagh, coming off the bench in the first six.
He earned his first start of the campaign the last day out against Tyrone and impressed at centerfield.
Ciaran Mackin made his way back from injury at the start of the league having missed the opening two games.
He was absent against Monaghan and Mayo but returned to the centre of the park against Roscommon in round three.
Mackin only lasted a half but has got stronger as they league has progressed. He put in two really good performances against Galway and Tyrone.
Crealey has saw no game time at all in 2023 but looks to be making his way back into the fold.
The big Maghery midfielder was a miss throughout the National League having cemented his place in the team last year.
Crealey’s absence has been sorely felt throughout the year and will be a welcomed addition to the Armagh team.
Like a lot of Armagh’s midfield options, Sheridan didn’t see much game time throughout the course of the National League.
The Forkhill clubman started the first game against Monaghan and kicked an important mark in the second half.
He didn’t feature again until the second last round against Galway, where he came in for Tiernan Kelly before being replaced by Grimley.