Who was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their two-point defeat to Tyrone in Saturday’s All-Ireland series clash in Omagh?
20 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they lost out to their nearest rivals for the second time this year.
His driving run through a couple of Tyrone tackles kickstarted Armagh’s revival late in the game.
Started on Darragh Canavan and moved onto Darren McCurry during the first half and helped curb his influence.
McKay played the sweeper role for large parts of the first half and picked up Conn Kilpatrick when he drifted inside.
Had his hands full with McCurry and then Canavan and struggled to get to grips with both.
An important figure in Armagh’s counter-attacking game plan, McCabe assisted Armagh’s first point through Murnin.
Cumiskey made his first championship start of the season but was replaced at half time by Ross McQuillan.
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Scuffed a first half goal chance but did chip in with a second half score and drove at the Tyrone defence.
Crealey didn’t have the impact he’d have wanted on the game and was eventually replaced by McPartlan.
Mackin tried hard as always and made some cutting runs through the Tyrone rear-guard.
Duffy could have had a goal inside the opening quarter and forced a good save from Niall Morgan.
Got on plenty of ball throughout the game and top scored for his side with 0-3, two points coming from open play.
Didn’t have his best day in an Armagh shirt and Campbell was replaced by Oisin Conaty in the final quarter.
Hit a beautiful point in the first half and added another in the second before making way for Cian McConville.
Murnin had a huge say in the second half, with 0-3, and got a brilliant flick to set up Turbitt’s goal.
Not a good day for O’Neill. Missed a couple of early chances and was red carded before the half time break.
Came into the half back line at half time and added some pace to the Armagh counterattack.
Entered the fray in the second half, replacing Crealey at midfield and perhaps should have got on the scoresheet.
Repaid the faith Kieran McGeeney has shown on him with 0-2 after coming in. Possibly could have had a goal late on as well.
Replaced Conor Turbitt late on in the game and wasn’t on the field long enough to make a real impact.
Like Cian McConville, Nugent came on in the dying couple of minutes and didn’t get into the game.