Who was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their thrilling one-point win over Galway in round three of the All-Ireland series?
19 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they overcame the Tribesmen to reach the last eight.
Rafferty pulled off a superb save to deny Shane Walsh from the penalty spot in the first half.
Picked up Galway dangerman Shane Walsh for the majority of the game and done extremely well on him.
Higgins impressed for his first championship start of the year, marking Matthew Tierney and getting forward to support the attack as well.
A vintage performance from Aidan Forker. His first half point was perhaps the score of the game, and he was excellent throughout.
McCabe was up and down the field all day long and put in a solid shift before being replaced in the second half.
Made a vital interception in the second half when Rafferty was out of the goal and Galway had a chance for a three-pointer.
Seemed to pick up Ian Burke and held the Corofin attacker scoreless. Also got up to support Armagh’s attack.
Mackin was his usual all-action self and enjoyed another good outing in the middle of the field.
Really came into his own in the second half and fetched some really important kickouts for Kieran McGeeney’s side.
The hard-working Cullyhanna forward chipped in with a score in the second half during Armagh’s best period.
Grugan ran the show for Armagh and chipped over the final point of the game to send his side through to the last eight.
Cumiskey didn’t really get into the game and made way for Jarly Og Burns in the second period.
The Clann Eireann clubman top scored for Armagh with 0-4 and looked dangerous on every attack.
Murnin continued his fantastic form of late, summed up by his late dash that earned the free to win the game.
Campbell led the Armagh charge after the break, firing over an inspirational score and finished with 0-2.
Jarly Og Burns
Picked up Cillian McDaid when introduced in the second period and ran hard at the Galway defence.
Came in late on for Greg McCabe and was involved in a number of passages of play.
Entered the fray twice. Once as a blood sub for Conor O’Neill and then came on for Ciaran Higgins
McElroy made his first championship appearance of the season, entering the fray late on for Jason Duffy.