Armagh’s Man of the Match vs Fermanagh

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in Sunday’s impressive 11-point victory over Fermanagh at Brewster Park?

21 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side opened their championship account with a victory.

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 didn’t have much to do and kept another clean sheet to add to his growing collection.

Paddy Burns

Picked up Fermanagh sharpshooter Sean Cassidy and kept him scoreless from open play.

Aaron McKay

Made an outstanding goal-line block in the first five minutes and held Garvan Jones scoreless.

Peter McGrane

McGrane didn’t get on the scoresheet like he did in the league but worked up and down the field.

Joe McElroy

Hand his hands full with Ultan Kelm in the second half but McElroy enjoyed a fine afternoon.

Ciaran Mackin

Mackin put in a great shift from centre half back and kicked 0-2 during the match.

Aidan Forker

Essential to Armagh’s defensive system and Forker is a real leader among the Orchard men.

Rian O’Neill

Only his second start of the season, O’Neill swung over a beautiful score early on.

Photo Credit: Richiespics

Ben Crealey

Battled well around the middle of the park and was key to Armagh’s kickout press.

Stefan Campbell

Top scored for the Orchard County with 1-2, his goal really putting the game to bed.

Rory Grugan

Grugan only scored once, an outstanding effort, but so much of what Armagh do goes through him.

Conor Turbitt

Turbitt’s three-pointer got Armagh up and running really and he finished with 1-1 to his name.

Oisin Conaty

He’ll be disappointed not to have gotten on the scoresheet but Conaty was busy throughout the game.

Andrew Murnin

His score in the first couple of minutes got Armagh up and running and he had a hand in a lot of moves.

Jarly Og Burns

Tapped in a goal during a first half where Fermanagh really couldn’t live with him, and he score 1-1.

Photo Credit: John Merry

Barry McCambridge

McCambridge made an immediate impact when introduced, fisting over a score from close range.

Oisin O’Neill

O’Neill knocked over the final score of the game to extend Armagh’s lead to 11-points.

Connaire Mackin

Came on late in the game for Rian O’Neill and didn’t really see much of the ball.

Aidan Nugent

Looked sharp when introduced after coming into the full forward line for Andrew Murnin.

Tiernan Kelly

Kelly came on in the final few minutes for clubmate Turbitt and didn’t really get into it.