Rebels dominate All Stars

Cork enjoyed a memorable end to a memorable ladies football season at Saturday night’s TG4/O’Neill’s All Star Awards.

Rebels dominate All Stars

The All-Ireland champions had seven representatives on the team of the season while Briege Corkery was named the LGFA Senior Player’s Player of the Year.

In an incredible career, Corkery has collected six All Star awards and seven All-Ireland senior medals.

Players from defeated All-Ireland finalists Kerry (3); league champions, Monaghan (2), along with Dublin, Mayo and Armagh are represented on the team of the year.

Mayo’s Cora Staunton collected her eighth All Star on the night.

TG4/O’NEILL’S ALL STARS: E Harte (Cork); C Lynch (Kerry), B Stack (Cork), C Reilly (Monaghan); B Corkery (Cork), R Buckley (Cork), G O’Flynn (Cork); S Goldrick (Dublin), C O’Hanlon (Armagh); S Houlihan (Kerry), C Staunton (Mayo), C O’Sullivan (Cork); C McConnell (Monaghan), V Mulcahy (Cork), L Ní Muircheartaigh (Kerry).

Senior Playerss Player of the Year: Briege Corkery (Cork)

Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year: Caroline O’Hanlon (Armagh).

Junior Players’ Player of the Year: Clare Timoney (Antrim).

Connacht Young Player of the Year: Nicola Ward (Galway); Leinster Young Player of the Year: Katie Murphy (Dublin); Munster Young Player of the Year: Eimear Scally (Cork); Ulster Young Player of the Year: Emma Smyth (Tyrone).

Hall of Fame: Christy Byrne (Westmeath).

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