Armagh Club All-Star Awards 2022

Armagh Football & Hurling Club All Stars were revealed at an awards night held on Thursday 1st December in the Canal Court Hotel.

The evening hosted by Jarlath Burns, celebrated club and individual achievements including Club and County Players of the Year for Football, Hurling and Handball.

In his address Chairman Michael Savage said, “This has been our largest attendance with over 400 people here tonight and one we’ve definitely missed for the past two years. It really is fantastic to see so many Armagh people come together to celebrate our clubs and our people – our players, sponsors, patrons, referees, volunteers, stewards and every single person who makes Armagh such a great association to be part of.  I want to congratulate all our award recipients tonight, I hope you all have an enjoyable evening celebrating with family and friends.”

Hurling Club All Stars 2022

  1. Caolan McCann (Sean Treacy’s) 
  2. Kieran McKernan (Middletown) 
  3. Paul Gaffney (Middletown) 
  4. Oisin O’Hare (Craobh Rua) 
  5. Tiarnan Nevin (Middletown) 
  6. James King (Céide Lamh Dhearg) 
  7. Shea Harvey (Céide Lamh Dhearg) 
  8. Michael Doran (Sean Treacy’s) 
  9. Jordan Murtagh (Cuchulainns) 
  10. John Corvan (Céide Lamh Dhearg) 
  11. Nathan Curry (Middletown) 
  12. Dean Gaffney (Middletown) 
  13. Sean Og McGuinness (Middletown) 
  14. Ryan Gaffney (Middletown) 
  15. Tomas Galvin (Céide Lamh Dhearg)

Football Club All Stars 2022

  1. Stephen McKinley (Derrynoose) 
  2. Cathal O’Hare (Granemore) 
  3. Ross Finn (Granemore) 
  4. Thomas Og Duffy (Crossmaglen Rangers) 
  5. Aaron Kernan (Crossmaglen Rangers) 
  6. Ciaran Mackin (Shane O’Neills) 
  7. Karl McQuaid (Granemore) 
  8. Stephen Morris (Crossmaglen Rangers) 
  9. Niall McCorry (St Paul’s) 
  10. Ronan Fitzpatrick (Crossmaglen Rangers) 
  11. Rian O’Neill (Crossmaglen Rangers) 
  12. David McCreesh (Derrynoose) 
  13. Cian McConville (Crossmaglen Rangers) 
  14. Andrew Murnin (St Paul’s) 
  15. Paul O’Rourke (Shane O’Neills) 

Underage Referee of the Year: Oisin McKee (Pearse Og) 

Hurling Referee of the Year: Maritin McGann (Crossmaglen Rangers) 

Football Referee of the Year: Kevin Faloon (Forkhill) 

Referee Recognition Awards: Owen Reel & Vincent O’Neill 

Volunteer of the Year: Gerard Cunningham (Clonmore) 

Steward of the Year: Kevin Crossey (Clonmore) 

Junior Hurler of the Year: Michael Doran (Sean Tracey’s) 

Senior Hurler of the Year: Tiarnan Nevin (Middletown) 

Junior Footballer of the Year: David McCreesh (Derrynoose) 

Intermediate Footballer of the Year: Paul O’Rourke (Shane O’Neills) 

Senior Footballer of the Year: Cian McConville (Crossmaglen Rangers) 

Scór Club of the Year: Shane O’Neills  

Underage Club of the Year: Dromintee GAA

Club of the Year: Crossmaglen Rangers

County Handballer of the Year: Fíachra ÓDúill (St. Killian’s GAC, Whitecross) 

Handball Recognition Awards: James Doyle

County Hurler of the Year: Shea Harvey (Céide Lamh Dhearg)

Art O’Hagan County Footballer of the Year: Rory Grugan (Ballymacnab) 

County Recognition Awards: Simon Doherty (Hurling) & Brendan Donaghy (Football)

Chairman’s Award: Armagh Fans – accepted by Roy Tiffany & Caitlin McCormack from Ballyhegan GAC.

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