Who was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their nine-point victory over Antrim in the first round of the Ulster Championship?
20 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they overcame Andy McEntee’s side with ease.
Retained 86% of his kickouts, kicked a point from the dead ball and defended his goal mouth well.
Showed great pace to earn a turnover that led to Turbitt’s first score. A decent outing for his first appearance of the season.
Picked up Antrim danger man Ruairi McCann and did well. Conceded just one point, Antrim’s first of the day.
Always a steady presence in the Armagh defence, Forker had another good outing. Held Pat Shivers to 0-1.
Knocked over a superb score in the first half, splitting the posts with the outside of the boot.
The Shane O’Neill’s man often played as an extra body in the Armagh defence to good effect.
Didn’t perform the same man-marking role he held in the league but covered every blade of grass.
Crealey made his first appearance of the 2023 season and was a great addition to the Armagh midfield.
The Clan na Gael man had a brilliant debut, finishing the game as Armagh’s second highest scorer with 0-4 from play.
Set up his clubmate Shane McPartlan’s first score and chipped in with a first half point himself.
Hit three points throughout the game and could have had a goal near the end, but was in the square.
Put in a lot of hard yeads and saw plenty of possession. But Duffy will be disappointed he didn’t get on the scoresheet.
Split the posts in the first half and got plenty of the ball. He made a goal line clearance before being replaced.
The Clann Eireann sharpshooter was in brilliant form and kicked 0-8. Turbitt picked up the BBC Man of the Match award.
Hit an excellent point in the first half and assisted several scores as Armagh dominated.
Made a brilliant shoulder challenge to turn the ball over and create a scoring opportunity.
Sheridan came into the middle of the field for Crealey and performed well in the second half.
Nugent had a great scoring opportunity after being introduced but dropped the ball short.
McConville, on his championship debut, was in for goal but opted to pass to Grugan, who was in the square.
Made his first appearance of the year, coming into the Armagh defence for McCambridge.