Senior Championship Hot Shots – Final

Now that the Senior Football Championship has concluded, we know who has finished at the top of the hot shots list.

Crossmaglen captured the Gerry Fagan Cup with a 12-point win over Clan na Gael, thanks to a second half surge.

But it’s a Clans player who finishes the campaign as top scorer. Shane McPartlan recorded with 4-31.

McPartlan, who made his Armagh debut this season as well, contributed 0-2 in last Sunday’s senior final.

His four goals came in the first four games of the championship against Cross, Mullaghbawn, Sarsfields and Dromintee.

Tiarnan Murphy of Silverbridge finishes as the second top scorer in the Senior Championship with 6-14.

Despite being knocked out at the quarter-final stage, Murphy was one of the star performers in the competition.

He claimed a hattrick against Armagh Harps in the group stages and hit the net again versus Shane O’Neill’s and Granemore.

Conor Turbitt finished his campaign with a personal haul of 2-26, coming third in the host shot list.

Turbitt’s goals came in the quarter-final win over Silverbridge and semi-final defeat to Clan na Gael.

Rian O’Neill finishes just behind Turbitt having added 0-3, all from frees, to his tally last weekend.

That brings O’Neill’s total to 2-24 for the campaign with his majors coming against Sarsfields and Mullaghbawn.

Now that the Senior Football Championship has concluded, we know who has finished at the top of the hot shots list.
Photo Credit: John Merry

Stefan Campbell scored 0-2 in last Sunday’s decider, brining his overall tally for the campaign to 1-23.

Cian McConville ended his championship run with a tally of 1-20, with his goal coming against Madden.

Jamie Clarke’s converted penalty against Clan na Gael sees him finish the campaign in 8th position.

Clarke scored 3-11 throughout the championship and also rattled the net against Sarsfields and Mullaghbawn in the group stages.

Ballymacnab’s Ryan Watters scored 2-11 for his side while Paul McGeown finished the campaign with a haul of 0-17.