With the Junior Championship kicking into action this weekend, we take a look at some of the players that could light up the campaign.
An Port Mor: Gary Traynor
An Ulster Junior Championship winner with An Port Mor over a decade ago, Traynor is still one of their best attacking options.
Ballyhegan: James McCormack
McCormack missed out on last season but is back this year and is one of the best goal scorers at this grade.
Clady: Ciaran Grimley
Transferred from Madden at the start of the season and has made a major impact in the Clady defence.
Clann Eireann II: Conor Bell
Bell was midfielder when Clann Eireann won the SFC two years ago, and his experience will be key for Clann Eireann IIs.
Clonmore: Caolan Donaghy
The Clonmore captain is a powerful, box-to-box midfielder and has been in fine form for the Division 3A champions.
Collegeland: Shane Donnelly
Donnelly can play a range of different positions for Collegeland but does most damage when on the edge of the square.
Dorsey: Aidan Mackin
Still carries a huge amount of the scoring burden in the Dorsey attack and could cause headaches for opposition defences.
Eire Og: Diarmuid O’Hagan
One of the rocks of the Eire Og defence, O’Hagan can mix up his defensive abilities with attacking play too.
Killeavy II: John Stevenson
Top scored for Killeavy IIs in their opening round loss to Lissummon last year and is one of their main attacking threats.
Lissummon: Tom O’Hagan
O’Hagan was in top form for Lissummon last season and helped Seamus Loughran’s men reach the final of the JFC.
Mullabrack: Phillip McGeown
A lot of Mullabrack’s play comes through centre half forward McGeown, who is the main play-maker on the team.
O’Hanlon’s: Adam Magill
In the absence of Charlie Magill and Matthew Taylor, Adam Magill will carry a huge chuck of the attacking threat for O’Hanlon’s.
St Michael’s: Joe McClelland
Starred for Newtown in their opening round defeat to Derrynoose last year and is an exciting prospect.
Thomas Davis: Ronan Murphy
Recently rattled off 2-2 in a league game against Mullabrack and is one of the players that makes Thomas Davis tick.