Oisin McConville's career in pictures

Oisin McConville in action for Crossmaglen Rangers in December 1996
A 21-year-old Oisin McConville in action for Crossmaglen Rangers in December 1996
Oisin McConville quickly made an impact at inter-county level - here in 1998 Ulster Championship action against Derry
Oisin McConville quickly made an impact at inter-county level - here in 1998 Ulster Championship action against Derry
McConville played in the Crossmaglen team which regained the All-Ireland Club Championship in 1999 by beating Ballina Stephenites 0-9 to 0-8 at Croke Park
McConville played in the Crossmaglen team which regained the All-Ireland Club Championship in 1999 by beating Ballina Stephenites 0-9 to 0-8 at Croke Park
Tomás Ó Sé of Kerry challenges Oisin McConville during the 2002 All-Ireland Football Championship final at Croke Park
Tomás Ó Sé of Kerry challenges Oisin McConville during the 2002 All-Ireland Football Championship final at Croke Park
Oisin McConville celebrates his goal for Armagh in the 2002 All-Ireland final against Kerry
Oisin McConville celebrates his goal for Armagh in the 2002 All-Ireland final against Kerry
Oisin McConville received the second of his two All Star awards in 2002
Armagh forward Oisin McConville received the second of his two All Star awards in 2002
Armagh were back in the All-Ireland final in 2003 but lost out to Conor Gormley and Tyrone
Armagh were back in the All-Ireland final in 2003 but lost out to Conor Gormley and Tyrone
Oisin McConville celebrates after Armagh's win over Donegal in the 2006 Ulster football final at Croke Park
Oisin McConville celebrates after Armagh's win over Donegal in the 2006 Ulster football final at Croke Park
Oisin McConville celebrates scoring the equalising point which earned a replay in the 2007 All-Ireland Club final against Dr Croke's
Oisin McConville celebrates scoring the equalising point which earned a replay in the 2007 All-Ireland Club final against Dr Croke's
Oisin McConville pictured with his son Ryan after Crossmaglen's 3-9 to 0-11 over Pearse Og in the 2012 Armagh Club final
Oisin McConville pictured with his son Ryan after Crossmaglen's 3-9 to 0-11 over Pearse Og in the 2012 Armagh Club final
Oisin McConville from Crossmaglen is regarded as one of the best forwards in recent times
Oisin McConville from Crossmaglen is regarded as one of the best forwards in recent times