Check out the tenth and final Team of the Week for 2023 after action from the Intermediate and Senior Championship finals.
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James Carragher (St Patrick’s)
Pulled off a really good stop in the first half when a St Paul’s goal could have brought them back into the game.
Rico Kelly (Crossmaglen)
Perhaps Kelly’s best performance this season, he was essential to the shift in gear from Crossmaglen in the second half.
Sean Connell (St Patrick’s)
Picked up St Paul’s and Armagh star Andrew Murnin on the edge of the square and came out on top.
Michael McConville (Clan na Gael)
Broke even with Jamie Clarke in his defensive duties but also broke forward for their first half three-pointer.
Chris Crowley (Crossmaglen)
Man-marked Clan na Gael’s influential youngster Callum O’Neill and stuck to his task diligently.
Callum Cumiskey (Crossmaglen)
Once again went toe-to-toe with his county teammate Stefan Campbell and come out on top of the dual.
Paul Hughes (Crossmaglen)
A Man of the Match performance from the experienced Hughes, who kicked three-points on the day.
Jason Duffy (St Patrick’s)
Capped a fantastic campaign with a brilliant performance in the decider as St Patrick’s eased to victory.
Oisin O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
May have only contributed 0-1 on the scoreboard but O’Neill worked his socks off around the middle of the park.
Ryan Lawless (St Paul’s)
A day to forget for St Paul’s but Lawless kicked two points in the first half and kept trying his very best.
Shea Hoey (St Patrick’s)
It’s first half goal was the turning point and Hoey gave an awesome Man of the Match display.
Ross McQuillan (St Patrick’s)
Perhaps McQuillan’s best performance in a St Patrick’s shirt, his pace was just too much for St Paul’s to deal with.
Cian McConville (Crossmaglen)
Once again top scored for the Rangers on county final day, hitting 0-5 and was involved a lot throughout the game.
Rian O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
Played everywhere for the Rangers and one of the highlights was his huge second half free. Probably the score of the game.
Aidan Nugent (St Patrick’s)
Nailed two goals on the big day and Nugent, as he has done throughout the campaign, top scored for his side.