St Patrick’s claimed the Intermediate Championship crown with a commanding victory over St Paul’s last Sunday.
From the outset, the Cullyhanna men were tipped for championship glory and were deserving winners in the end.
Aidan Nugent top scored for Stephen Reel’s men last Sunday and finishes the campaign at the top of the hot shots list.
Armagh’s joint captain hit 2-3 against St Paul’s and ended the championship with a personal haul of 5-31.
In addition to his two majors last weekend, he also hit the net against Middletown, Tullysaran and Derrynoose.
Keady’s James O’Hara was one of the stars of the championship and he finished with 2-35 to his name.
O’Hara top scored for Keady in every game bar the semi-final and claimed goals against Wolfe Tones and Cross IIs.
Conor McNally of Derrynoose hit an incredible tally of 3-28 in their run to the championship quarter-finals.
McNally rattled the net against Forkhill, Tullysaran and St Patrick’s. He also top scored for Paul Hagan’s side in all but one of their championship outings.
Andrew Murnin chipped in with 6-11 as St Paul’s reached the IFC final for the third time in four seasons.
The All-Star nominee didn’t score in the decider but hit a hattrick of goals in the semi-final against Keady.
Mark McKeever was the star man for Tullysaran throughout the championship and hit 1-23 for his side.
Connor Cullen of Annaghmore hit a hattrick of goals against Whitecross and finished the campaign with 3-17.
Oisin Conaty enjoyed a good run of scoring form in the championship. He claimed a tally of 5-8 for Tir na nOg.
Tomas Galvin of Keady was one of the finds of the season and he contributed 4-9 throughout the championship campaign.
Pearse Ogs attacker Ruairi Duffy is also included on the hot shots list as he recorded a total of 1-18.