Who do you think should start in the Armagh full forward 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.
Rian O’Neill and Andrew Murnin are injury concerns in the forward line but could be available for selection.
Nugent missed a large chunk of the league but returned to fitness for the final two rounds against Galway and Tyrone.
He chipped in with 0-1 against Galway and also came off the bench against the Red Hands. Nugent started against Monaghan in round one and hit 0-2.
McPartland made his Armagh debut in the McKenna Cup, appearing against both Antrim and Cavan.
He made his first league appearance in the final round against Tyrone, coming on late in the game.
Duffy’s best performance undoubtedly came in the opening half against Roscommon when he hit 0-4 before half time.
He’s became a regular in the starting line-up and the Cullyhanna clubman played in all seven of Armagh’s games.
Murnin was perhaps Armagh’s best player throughout the league, stringing together a series of brilliant displays.
He limped off against Tyrone however and will be a huge miss in the full forward line if he isn’t fit to play against Antrim.
Armagh’s top scorer throughout the league with 0-24, O’Neill missed the Tyrone game through injury.
It was rumoured he would be out for six to eight weeks, but the Crossmaglen sharpshooter could be available this weekend.
In O’Neill’s absence against Tyrone, Turbitt stood up to be counted and top scored for the Orchard County with 0-5.
‘Turbo’ finished the campaign as joint third top scorer, level with Stefan Campbell and Andrew Murnin on 0-9.
McConville was in superb form for Crossmaglen in the club championship last season, but hasn’t saw much game time for Armagh.
His only appearance was in the dying seconds of their two-point loss against Tyrone when he replaced Callum Cumiskey.