Armagh’s Man of the Match vs Donegal

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 1-9 to 0-12 draw with Donegal in the fourth round of the league?

20 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they continued their unbeaten run in Division Two.

Our Man of the Match will be announced on Tuesday night. Make sure to vote for your Man of the Match at the bottom of the page!

Blaine Hughes

His fantastic penalty save from Oisin Gallen late in the game guaranteed Armagh a share of the spoils.

Paddy Burns

Burns picked up Donegal dangerman Gallen and held him scoreless from open play.

Aaron McKay

Found McBrearty tough to deal with in the first half but got to grips with him after the turnaround.

Peter McGrane

McGrane gave another decent showing in defence. He moved onto Jamie Brennan once he was introduced.

Greg McCabe

McCabe was part of a solid Armagh defence that held its fourth straight clean sheet.

Aidan Forker

Forker hit a super score in the first half. He was replaced after the turnaround by Rian O’Neill.

Ciaran Mackin

Worked up and down the field but it was his assist for Andrew Murnin’s goal that was one of the highlights.

Connaire Mackin

Mackin’s physical strength was key for the Orchard County around the middle of the park.

Conor O’Neill

Claimed two of Armagh’s first three points, his second putting Armagh ahead for the first time.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 1-9 to 0-12 draw with Donegal in the fourth round of the league?
Photo Credit: John Merry

Andrew Murnin

Murnin’s goal was what Armagh are all about and he’s a constant option on the edge of the square.

Rory Grugan

He chipped over one of the scores of the game, showing great skill to skip through the Donegal defence.

Joe McElroy

His second half point was a crucial one as it ended a 23-minute dry spell for Kieran McGeeney’s men.

Cian McConville

McConville didn’t make the same impact as he did in recent games and was replaced at half time.

Conor Turbitt

Didn’t get on the scoresheet but Turbitt worked extremely hard in the Armagh attack.

Oisin Conaty

Moved to the half back line when Rian O’Neill came in but raised a white flag in the first half.

Jason Duffy

Came in at half time for Cian McConville and Duffy added real pace from deep in the second half.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 1-9 to 0-12 draw with Donegal in the fourth round of the league?
Photo Credit: John Merry

Jarly Og Burns

Had a chance to win the game and will be disappointed not to have landed the score but made a good impact.

Rian O’Neill

Fired over an incredible late point which looked like the winner and enjoyed his first appearance of 2024.

Stefan Campbell

Campbell set up McElroy’s point when introduced which ended Armagh’s long wait for a score.

Jemar Hall

Hall entered the fray for Conor O’Neill but wasn’t on long enough to make a real impact.