Do you agree with The Sunday Game's hurling team of the year?

Do you agree with The Sunday Game's hurling team of the year?
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The All-Ireland Hurling final of 2019 saw Seamus Callanan lift the Liam McCarthy cup for Tipperary.

And as another inter-county season comes to an end it means the pundits on The Sunday Game have named their team of the year.

The team includes six players from All-Ireland champions Tipperary and four from beaten finalists Kilkenny.

There are two players 2018 champions Limerick with two players also coming from Wexford.

The final player included in the line-up is Cork man Patrick Horgan.

The Sunday Game Team of the Year

1 Eoin Murphy - Kilkenny

2 Sean Finn - Limerick

3 Ronan Maher - Tipperary

4 Cathal Barrett - Tipperary

5 Brendan Maher - Tipperary

6 Padraig Walsh - Kilkenny

7 Pádraic Maher - Tipperary

8 Diarmuid O’Keeffe - Wexford

9 Noel McGrath - Tipperary

10 Lee Chin - Wexford

11 TJ Reid - Kilkenny

12 Colin Fennelly - Kilkenny

13 Aaron Gillane - Limerick

14 Seamus Callanan - Tipperary

15 Patrick Horgan - Cork

Do you agree with the selection?

 

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