Six different club teams have been represented on the official Armagh Club Football All-Star Team of the Year.
Back-to-back Senior champions Crossmaglen have gathered the most individual awards with five winners.
Rico Kelly claimed his first award while Callum Cumiskey gets his second, having earned one in 2019.
Man of the match in the final Paul Hughes adds a third award to his collection, having won All-Stars in 2018 and 2019.
Oisin O’Neill claims a third All-Star and the oldest of the O’Neill clan enjoyed a terrific season after a return from injury.
Filling the full forward position is younger brother Rian. O’Neill claims an All-Star award for the sixth time in a third different position.
Beaten finalists Clan na Gael earned three All-Star awards, with Michael McConville, their goal scorer in the final, named at cornerback.
Shane McPartlan top scored in the SFC while Stefan Campbell also represents Clan na Gael on the Team of the Year.
Sean McCarthy of Clann Eireann earned his first All-Star award for his outstanding performances this year.
Intermediate winners Cullyhanna have four players included in the Club All-Star Team of the Year.
Full back Sean Connell was a massive addition to Stephen Reel’s side. He had a superb final display against Andrew Murnin.
St Patrick’s claim three of the six forward positions. Shea Hoey, Ross McQuillan and Armagh joint captain Aidan Nugent are all included.
Hoey was named as Man of the Match in the decider while McQuillan starred throughout the championship.
Nugent was the top scorer in the Intermediate Championship, finishing his campaign with a tally of 5-31.
Bobby McKerr represents the Junior Championship winners Clann Eireann IIs on the team. His two fine saves were crucial in the final.
The JFC top scorer James McCormack earned his first All-Star award after a brilliant season with Ballyhegan.