Who was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their five-point victory over Cavan in the quarter-final of the Ulster Championship?
20 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they qualified for the last four where they’ll take on Down.
Commanded his square brilliantly to keep out any goal threats and also knocked over a first half 45.
Was involved in Armagh’s first two scores and broke forward to split the posts himself in the second half.
Along with Rafferty, McKay defended the Armagh goal heroically and helped to keep a clean sheet.
Had his hands full with Paddy Lynch but Forker was always a positive presence when charging forward.
Landed a superb, individual second half point and defended brilliantly throughout the 70 plus minutes of action.
Mackin has a massive role to play in the goal that decided the game and was brilliant throughout.
Jarly Og Burns
A late inclusion in the starting line-up in place of Barry McCambridge, Burns saw plenty of possession throughout.
Palmed home his first ever Armagh goal which was the deciding factor. Crealey is a great addition to the midfield.
Another great display around the middle from McPartlan, who was also amongst the scorers again.
Drove his team forward on a number of occasions and while he didn’t score, Campbell had a positive impact.
Sent over a brilliant point in the first half as Armagh dominated. He was eventually replaced by Rian O’Neill.
Duffy put in a serious shift and worked tirelessly all day long before making way for Callum Cumiskey.
Was involved in a lot that made Armagh tick in the first half. Had a hand in the goal and claimed a score himself.
Such a quality addition to the Armagh forward line. Hit a fantastic no-look point in the second half and is always available.
Another Man of the Match award for another outstanding display. Turbitt finished with 0-7 from his eight shots.
Cleared the ball off the goal line with an outstanding diving block to deny the hosts a certain goal.
Nugent is still getting game time into his legs after coming back from injury but remains a quality subs to bring on.
Another fine option off the bench. Sheridan came into the engine room for Crealey and worked hard.
Missed the Antrim game through injury but returned to replace Duffy for the final few minutes of the game.
Made his second appearance of the season but wasn’t on the field long enough to have an impact on the game.