Armagh’s Man of the Match vs Roscommon

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 2-12 to 0-12 All-Ireland quarter-final win over Roscommon?

21 players saw game time for Kieran McGeeney’s side as they earned their place in the last four of the All-Ireland series.

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

Dealt with anything that came near his area and left Croke Park with another clean sheet.

Paddy Burns

Went toe-to-toe with Donie Smith and won the dual, keeping the Roscommon forward scoreless.

Aaron McKay

Continued his outstanding form at full back and held Conor Cox to 0-1 from open play.

Peter McGrane

Picked up Daire Cregg and kept the Roscommon sharpshooter scoreless before being replaced at the break.

Barry McCambridge

McCambridge couldn’t have wished for a better day in Croke Park as he kicked 1-2.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 2-12 to 0-12 All-Ireland quarter-final win over Roscommon?

Tiernan Kelly

Has developed into a key man in the Armagh defence and he assisted the Conor Turbitt goal.

Aidan Forker

A solid showing from the Armagh skipper, who was replaced late on in the game through injury.

Niall Grimley

Made a majestic catch but unfortunately fell out over the end line. Grimley did chip in with a score.

Ben Crealey

A workmanlike performance from the big Maghery midfielder, who enjoyed a decent day out.

Oisin Conaty

Conaty really kicked into gear in the second half as he clipped over 0-4, all from play.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 2-12 to 0-12 All-Ireland quarter-final win over Roscommon?

Rian O’Neill

Replaced in the second half but O’Neill had a busy afternoon of hassling and working hard for the team.

Joe McElory

Went to midfield to shadow Enda Smith and done so to perfection, holding him scoreless.

Rory Grugan

May not have got on the scoresheet but Grugan set up and awful lot of Armagh scores.

Andrew Murnin

Worked extremely hard for the cause and as always, is a brilliant option for kickouts.

Conor Turbitt

Took his goal with aplomb, having earned the turnover himself, and finished with 1-2.

Who do you think was Armagh’s Man of the Match in their 2-12 to 0-12 All-Ireland quarter-final win over Roscommon?

Stefan Campbell

Made an instant impact off the bench, knocking over 0-2 in the second half.

Oisin O’Neill

Replaced his younger brother Rian in the second period and saw plenty of possession.

Ross McQuillan

McQuillan made a brief appearance in the second half as a temporary substitute for Aidan Forker.

Aidan Nugent

Entered the fray for Grugan and had a busy afternoon despite not registering a score.

Connaire Mackin

Came in for his first appearance since the Derry game, replacing Crealey at centerfield.

Jason Duffy

Duffy came on late in the came to replace the injured Aidan Forker.