It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Intermediate Team of the Year.
Four players have been nominated for the goalkeeper position. Vote for the goalkeeper you think deserves a place on the team.
The voting polls will close at midnight on Sunday and the team will be announced next Monday.
James Carragher (St Patrick’s)
Admittedly didn’t have much to do in the county final against St Paul’s but when called upon, Carragher stood out.
When the game was still a contest, Carragher pulled off a brilliant save to deny the Lurgan men a three pointer.
The Cullyhanna number one also made a great stop in their semi-final victory over Pearse Og.
Ryan Gilmore (St Paul’s)
Didn’t have the best of days between the sticks against Cullyhanna when everything was going wrong for St Paul’s.
Gilmore did give a couple of decent displays throughout the championship however as St Paul’s won five games.
Gilmore also held a clean sheet against Carrickcruppen in the third round of the group stages, which St Paul’s won by three.
Matthew Nugent (Keady)
Despite conceding three Andrew Murnin goals in the semi-final, Nugent was one of Keady best men that day.
He swung over a brilliant point from a 45 and his kickouts were great on a day when Keady really put it up to St Paul’s.
Nugent also had a good performance in the championship quarter-final victory over Tir na nOg.
Ryan Kearney (Pearse Og)
Kearney made a number of notable displays throughout the championship as the number one for Pearse Og.
The Ogs kept two clean sheets in the group stages, against Annaghmore and Whitecross, as they finished second.
Kearney also had good displays in both games against Wolfe Tones as the Ogs qualified for the last four.