Armagh’s Man of the Match vs Westmeath

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in Saturday’s comfortable five-point victory at home to Westmeath?

20 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they kickstarted their All-Ireland series campaign with a win.

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

Pulled off an exceptional stop in the second half and kept yet another clean sheet.

Barry McCambridge

McCambridge picked up Luke Loughlin and held the Westmeath sharpshooter to just 0-1.

Aaron McKay

Held Westmeath dangerman John Heslin scoreless from open play with a fine performance.

Peter McGrane

McGrane shadowed Westmeath playmaker Ronan O’Toole and blotted out his influence.

Conor O’Neill

Unfortunately picked up a nasty injury in the first half but did chip in with a score.

Ciaran Mackin

One of nine different Armagh scorers on the night and Mackin played a starring role.

Aidan Forker

Forker gave a fine display from wing half back, controlling the tempo of the game.

Tiernan Kelly

Earned his first start since the final round of the league and chipped in with a score.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in Saturday’s comfortable five-point victory at home to Westmeath?
Photo Credit: John Merry

Ben Crealey

Crealey lined out at centerfield before being replaced by Oisin O’Neill in the second half.

Joe McElroy

Another fine display from the versatile Armagh Harps clubman who worked hard all game long.

Rory Grugan

Top scored for the Orchard County with 0-5 and played the final pass for a number of other scores.

Stefan Campbell

Campbell grabbed a score before making way for Jason Duffy in the second period.

Oisin Conaty

Kicked 0-2 at the start of the second period as Armagh began to show their class.

Andrew Murnin

May only have got one score but Murnin worked back numerous times to help out the defence.

Photo Credit: John Merry

Conor Turbitt

The Clann Eireann man kicked over two frees before making way for Aidan Nugent.

Greg McCabe

Had to enter the fray earlier than expected for the injured O’Neill and was solid at the back.

Oisin O’Neill

Made a good influence around the middle of the field when he came on in the second half.

Jason Duffy

The Cullyhanna clubman was busy when in was introduced during the second period.

Aidan Nugent

Made an instant impact when introduced, kicking two points in a great cameo showing.

Jarly Of Burns

Burns came in late on for Murnin and wasn’t on the field long enough to make a real impact.