Who was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their penalty shootout lost against Derry in Sunday’s Ulster final?
21 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they suffered a heart-breaking defeat after penalties.
Kicked two incredible points from play but Rafferty will have nightmare’s about Derry’s first half goal.
Another super performance from the Killeavy man, O’Neill got on the scoresheet for the third game in a row.
McKay was fingertips away from saving the Rogers goal and other than that had a good outing.
Brought the fight to Derry but didn’t see the game out as the Maghery man was replaced before extra time.
Slashed over a superb score for Armagh and excelled in his man-marking duties when moved onto Brendan Rogers.
Claimed a first half mark as four of Armagh’s defenders got on the scoresheet. McCabe once again was rock solid at the back.
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Scored two points, one from a mark, and he fisted over his second when a goal chance was on.
Picked up Ethan Doherty at the start then moved onto Shane McGuigan and had his hands full. Added good pace to the Armagh attack.
A big ask for the Clan na Gael youngster to pick up Brendan Rogers and he struggled to impact the game.
Didn’t get on the scoresheet but put himself about around the middle and was eventually replaced.
His first championship appearance since the opening round against Antrim and he struggled on Shane McGuigan.
Chipped in with two frees and came back into the fray after being taken off. His last-minute mark dropped just short in normal time.
Murnin didn’t have the impact that he’s had throughout the rest of the championship and was replaced by Oisin Conaty.
Top scored for Armagh with 0-6, including two frees that brought the game to extra time then penalties. Missed his spot kick but had an otherwise good game.
Turbitt didn’t really get into the game as much as Armagh would have wanted and was held scoreless.
Once again made a telling impact off the bench to kick two-points and win the free that guaranteed penalties.
Was on hand for a goal chance that Burns popped over the bar. Nugent showed courage to hit a penalty, which was turned away by Odhran Lynch.
Added some pace to the Armagh attack and chipped in with a score after coming into the fray.
Conaty entered the game for only his second championship appearance but didn’t see much of the ball.
Slammed home his spot kick with confidence which kept Armagh’s hopes alive during the shootout.
Came in late in extra time for his brother Ciaran and wasn’t on the field long enough to impact the game.