Armagh’s Man of the Match vs Cork

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their entertaining 2-16 each draw with Cork on Saturday night?

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 dealt with a long ball into the box brilliantly in the first half but could do little about the two goals.

Paddy Burns

Will have nightmares about the turnover that led to the first goal but had an otherwise decent outing.

Aaron McKay

Rock solid at the back as usual and spent some time as Armagh’s plus one in defence.

Peter McGrane

Another three-pointer for young McGrane, which has become a trend in recent weeks.

Greg McCabe

Struck wide when trying to get on the scoresheet but McCabe was a steady presence throughout.

Jason Duffy

A late addition to the starting line-up, Duffy got his hands on plenty of possession before making way.

Joe McElory

Was involved in Armagh’s first goal but had to leave the fray due to a hand injury at half time.

Connaire Mackin

Mackin didn’t even see the half time break as injury interrupted his involvement early on.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their entertaining 2-16 each draw with Cork on Saturday night?
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Ben Crealey

Knocked over two great points from midfield, including a second half mark when Armagh needed a score.

Rian O’Neill

Always an option for kickouts but O’Neill struggled to get into the game during his first start of the season.

Rory Grugan

Another stunning performance from Grugan, who finished as Armagh’s top scorer with 1-3.

Barry McCambridge

Went to full back and picked up Conor Corbett, who scored just once off the Clann Eireann defender.

Conor Turbitt

Started in devastating fashion and Turbitt finished the night with 0-5 to his name.

Tiernan Kelly

Got a full 70 minutes under his belt and Kelly was constantly involved in the play.

Oisin Conaty

Continued his fine form in front of the uprights and Conaty finished the game with 0-4.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their entertaining 2-16 each draw with Cork on Saturday night?
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Jarly Og Burns

Came in early on for the injured Mackin and got involved in the scoring act.

Aidan Nugent

Chipped over an important point late on as Armagh were battling back from the jaws of defeat.

Ross McQuillan

Added a lot of pace to the Armagh counter and played the entire second half of the game.

Stefan Campbell

In and out of the game due to his own injury worries but made a good impact when introduced.

Oisin O’Neill

Won the last kickout that led to Conaty’s final point and kept Armagh’s unbeaten run intact.