Who was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their heart-breaking penalty shootout defeat to Monaghan on Saturday afternoon?
23 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they lost out to the Farney after extra time and penalties.
Pulled off a fine save to deny Ryan Wylie a goal. Also stopped Gary Mohan’s effort in the penalty shootout.
Picked up Jack McCarron and held the Monaghan sharpshooter to one-point from play.
McKay had another good outing at full back, continuing his fine form all season long.
Another inspirational performance from one of Armagh’s main men. Eventually had to be carried off the field due to cramp.
Picked up McManus when he entered the fray and had his hands full with the Monaghan legend.
Was often the extra man in the Armagh defence before being replaced by Callum Cumiskey.
Jarly Og Burns
A late replacement for Callum Cumiskey, Burns drove at the Monaghan defence whenever he got the chance.
Had a good game around the middle of the park but picked up a rib injury that ended his day.
Crealey gave a solid performance before being replaced by Conor Turbitt in the second half.
Worked extremely hard as he has done all season long in Armagh’s half forward line.
Chipped in with 0-2 and converted both his penalties expertly during the shootout.
Created a goal scoring opportunity for Turbitt in the second half and had one himself in the first.
Started ahead of Turbitt to pick up Monaghan’s roaming wing half back Karl O’Connell.
Landed a monster effort that looked to seal Armagh’s passage to the last four, but it wasn’t to be. Top scored with 0-6.
Murnin gave his customary standout display once again, scoring 0-2 and being a huge option for kickouts.
Came into the fray for Joe McElroy and could have had a goal but for a fine save from Rory Beggan.
Cumiskey was the unfortunate one to miss from the spot during the shootout. Although it’s worth remembering he scored Armagh’s only penalty in the Ulster final.
Entered the encounter for Jason Duffy before coming back off again due to injury.
McQuillan replaced the injured Hall and popped over the first point of extra time.
Battled extremely hard when introduced and buried both his penalties in the shootout.
Came on for Forker and was unfortunate to give away a free which Monaghan tapped over.
Looked busy after coming into the game, replacing Paddy Burns late on in extra time.
Stepped up to superbly slam home both his penalties past Rory Beggan during the shootout.