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.
Six players have been nominated for the middle of the field. Vote for the two midfielders 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.
Vinny Brady (Pearse Og)
Brady started the championship with a flurry, netting against Annaghmore as the Ogs picked up a first-round win.
He gave a number of strong performances for Garreth Thornton’s side as they reached the last four of the championship.
Jason Duffy (St Patrick’s)
Duffy was a real driving force for St Patrick’s as they went all the way in the Intermediate Championship.
He worked tirelessly hard around the middle throughout the whole campaign and scored in all three of their knockout games.
Oisin Keenan (Keady)
Keenan was a real workhorse around the centre of the field for Keady as they reached the semi-finals.
He formed a solid partnership with Conor Renaghan and was one of a number of youngsters that stood out for Simon McGeary’s side.
Eoin McConville (St Paul’s)
Probably known best as a forward, McConville was a shinning light for St Paul’s this year at midfield.
He didn’t neglect the scoring aspect of his game and still carried a huge attack threat, scoring in all put one of their games.
Pearse Casey (St Patrick’s)
The Cullyhanna captain led by example as they claimed the Intermediate Championship title in dominate fashion.
Casey was a huge presence around the middle of the field and quite often drove forward to get on the scoresheet.
Ryan McQuillan (Wolfe Tones)
Played in a number of different positions for Wolfe Tones as they made it through to the quarter-finals.
He was their star performer as they came back against Pearse Og the first day out, even popping up on the scoresheet.