Armagh’s Man of the Match vs Fermanagh

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 0-15 to 0-11 victory over Fermanagh at Brewster Park on Sunday?

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

Hughes kept another clean sheet but chipped in with two points from 45s as well.

Paddy Burns

Burns could have rattled the net in the second half but he gave another good display at the back

Aaron McKay

McKay was a solid presence in an Armagh defence that didn’t cough up many goal chances.

Peter McGrane

Hit perhaps the score of the day. He blocked down a Fermanagh attack, chased the ball the whole way up the field and slotted over a point.

Greg McCabe

The Shane O’Neill’s man enjoyed a good game and was once again a solid member of the defence.

Aidan Forker

A fine game from the Maghery man. He earned a free in the second period that was easily tapped over by Turbitt.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 0-15 to 0-11 victory over Fermanagh at Brewster Park on Sunday?
Photo Credit: John Merry

Ciaran Mackin

Set up an Andrew Murnin mark in the first half with a nice pass and worked up and down the field.

Ben Crealey

Back into the starting line-up, Crealey gave a good account of himself before being replaced.

Stefan Campbell

Campbell was so cool in front of the posts for Armagh and finished the game with a tally of 0-3.

Andrew Murnin

Wore 10 but again played full forward. Murnin finished the game with 0-3, 0-2 coming from play.

Rory Grugan

Grugan is so important to the Armagh set up and he knocked over two points as well.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 0-15 to 0-11 victory over Fermanagh at Brewster Park on Sunday?
Photo Credit: John Merry

Joe McElroy

Started at full back to pick up Ultan Kelm and held the Fermanagh attacker scoreless from play.

Cian McConville

Slotted over a great score in the first half and was replaced late on by Oisin O’Neill.

Conor Turbitt

Made up for not scoring last weekend as he finished with 0-3 to his name, 0-1 from a free.

Oisin Conaty

His pace and power is electrifying and while he didn’t score, Conaty was a handful for the Fermanagh defence.

Jarly Og Burns

Burns came off the bench in the second half, replacing Ben Crealey at midfield.

Jason Duffy

Duffy didn’t see too much of the ball after entering the fray for Oisin Conaty.

Barry McCambridge

McCambridge was involved in a few moves once he was introduced for Joe McElroy.

Oisin O’Neill

The Crossmaglen man replaced his younger cousin Cian McConville near the finish.

Ross McQuillan

McQuillan came on for Paddy Burns and wasn’t on long enough to really impact the game.