By Shaun Casey
SOME of Armagh’s most talented players look set to miss out on the club championship campaign, which throw in at the end of August.
Oisin O’Neill struggled with injury all season long and only made a handful of appearances for the Orchard County.
His solitary championship appearance came Donegal in the opening round of the championship when he was introduced off the bench.
O’Neill only featured twice during the National League, making two substitute appearances against Monaghan and Mayo.
The Crossmaglen man looks set to miss the upcoming club championship as the Rangers take on neighbours Silverbridge in the opening round.
Killeavy will also have to plot without star man Ciaron O’Hanlon for the rest of the season as he picked up a knee injury in a recent league game against Clann Eireann.
O’Hanlon has since undergone surgery and will be a huge loss to Killeavy, who meet the winners of Grange and Madden, minus the injured Niall Grimley, in the first round.
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