Check out the second Team of the Week of 2023 after the second round of the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships.
Vote for the player that you think deserves to be named Player of the Week. That player will pick up an exclusive The Sideline Eye jersey, produced by Capture Athletics.
Our voting polls will close at 8pm on Wednesday, with the Player of the Week announced at 9pm. Vote below!
Rory Craven (Belleek)
Pulled off a few great saves for Belleek as they edged out Tullysaran with three points to spare in round two.
Jack Reel (Silverbridge)
Reel was one of a number of standout performers for Silverbridge as they overcame the Harps with ease.
Ciaran McCavigan (St Peter’s)
Defended his square heroically. McCavigan turned over numerous Granemore attacks and helped St Peter’s breakout at pace.
Neil Fox (Grange)
Picked up Clann Eireann sharpshooter Conor Turbitt and held him to one from play while helped keep Grange in the game.
Callum O’Neill (Clan na Gael)
Another fantastic performance from the Clan na Gael youngster. Almost singlehandedly dragged his team back into the game after the turnaround.
Adam Kelly (Clann Eireann)
His two scores at the start of the second half helped open up some breathing space between Clann Eireann and Grange.
Fergal O’Brien (Mullaghbawn)
O’Brien was the driving force behind Mullaghbawn’s superb first half. He hit 1-3 in total, 1-2 coming at the start of the game.
Brendan Boylan (Granemore)
Stood up to be counted when Granemore were in trouble. Boylan made a few brilliant catches at centerfield and won the free kick that proved to be the equaliser.
Rory Grugan (Ballymacnab)
Grugan nailed 1-4 as Ballymacnab dismantled Dromintee. The Armagh playmaker created a lot more and never stopped working.
James O’Hare (Keady)
For the second week in a row O’Hara landed a late free to earn Keady a draw. O’Hara top scored against Wolfe Tones with 1-5.
Dara Quinn (Culloville)
A personal haul of 0-10 from the accurate Quinn helped Culloville edge past Crossmaglen IIs in the second round.
Tiarnan Murphy (Silverbridge)
Silverbridge’s hattrick hero Murphy was in fine form for Colm Nally’s side as they overcame the Harps. Murphy finished the game with 3-2.
James McCormack (Ballyhegan)
McCormack ran riot for Ballyhegan as they picked up their first win of the championship. He finished with 2-6.
Jason Kelly (Collegeland)
Kelly was the man in form up front for Collegeland as he racked up an individual haul of 2-7 as they overcame O’Hanlon’s.
Steven Matthews (Lissummon)
Matthews leads the way in terms of scoring in the Junior Championship. He chipped in with 1-9 as Lissummon saw off Clady.