Check out The Sideline Eye Senior Team of the Year for 2023 as voted for by our followers over the past week!
Ryan Conway (Clan na Gael)
Conway played in all the knockout games in the championship and kept clean sheets against Dromintee and Killeavy.
Chris Crowley (Crossmaglen)
Went toe-to-toe with Callum O’Neill in the Senior Championship final and won the dual hands down.
Rico Kelly (Crossmaglen)
Made his comeback at senior level after three years out and enjoyed one of his best campaigns in the black and amber.
Michael McConville (Clan na Gael)
McConville was our Player of the Week from the county final and was magnificent right throughout the championship.
Aaron Kernan (Crossmaglen)
We maybe didn’t see the rampaging runs forward of old, but Kernan was the organiser in the Rangers defence.
Callum Cumiskey (Crossmaglen)
One of the best players in the county, Cumiskey can do it all. A brilliant footballer but he also showed his man-marking skills in the final.
Paul Hughes (Crossmaglen)
Picked up the Man of the Match award in the county final, scoring 0-3, as Cross claimed another title.
Shane McPartlan (Clan na Gael)
The top scorer in the Senior Championship, McPartlan was one of the main reasons Clans reached the county final.
Oisin O’Neill (Crossmaglen)
After missing out on Crossmaglen’s championship campaign last season, O’Neill more than made up for it.
Niall Henderson (Clan na Gael)
Henderson may not have got on the scoresheet that often, but his playmaking skills were essential for his team.
Darragh McMullen (Madden)
McMullen enjoyed a fine championship campaign, and he pulled the strings for Madden in their attack.
Tiernan Murphy (Silverbridge)
Murphy finished the year as the top goal scorer in the Senior Championship with six. The Silverbridge sharpshooter hit 6-14 and was the second highest scorer in the championship.
Cian McConville (Crossmaglen)
It may have taken a while for McConville to get going but when he did, he was brilliant. He scored 1-16 in Crossmaglen’s three knockout games.
Stefan Campbell (Clan na Gael)
‘Soupy’ gave a performance for the ages in the semi-final against Clann Eireann, hitting a haul of 0-10.
Conor Turbitt (Clann Eireann)
Turbitt carried the attacking threat for Clann Eireann in the championship, finishing the year with 2-26.