Who do you think should start in the Armagh half 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.
Oisin O’Neill remains sidelined through injury while the likes of Tiernan Kelly and Stefan Campbell had spells at midfield in the league.
Campbell finished the campaign on a high with a superb performance against Tyrone on the final day of the league.
‘Soupy’ claimed 0-4 in the second half to give his side a fighting chance. He lined out at midfield during the league but is at his best in the forward line.
Cumiskey had a great club campaign last year and has saw a lot of game time for Armagh throughout the league.
He played in all of Armagh’s outings apart from the opening round against Monaghan and chipped in with scores against Galway and Tyrone.
Grugan picked up an injury midway through the campaign but lined out from the start in the final two rounds.
Only Rian O’Neill scored more than the Ballymacnab playmaker in the league, who finished with 0-10.
Kelly was really impressive on the opening night against Monaghan and is one of only two players that raised a green flag for Armagh.
He’s struggled for form thereafter, but TK has all serious potential and is an option in the forward line or at midfield against Antrim.
Hall is usually picked in the half forward line for his work rate around the centre of the park, but his position changed against Tyrone.
He was played closer to goal and caused the Red Hands defence a lot of problems. If he starts on Saturday however, it’s more than likely he’ll be in the half forward line.
The Cullyhanna clubman played in all of Armagh’s first six games of the league, coming off the bench each time.
He didn’t appear against Tyrone on the final day of the campaign but is a strong option in the half forward line.
Kieran chipped in with a point against Tyrone in Omagh on the last day after coming off the bench.
That marked his third appearance of the campaign as he also saw game time against Roscommon and Kerry.