Kelly picked up the footballer of the year gong for his role in Ballincollig’s maiden county senior championship success. Kearney was the hurler of the year recipient, a driving force in Sarsfields’ fourth Seán Og Murphy Cup triumph in six years. Kearney was selected at midfield on the hurling All Stars team, though county final man-of-the-match Daniel Roche was a surprise omission.
Donal Cronin, Brian Moylan, Stephen McDonnell and Dean Brosnan were the Glen Rovers quartet acknowledged. Douglas brothers Eoin and Alan Cadogan were selected at full-back and corner-forward.
On the football front, finalists Ballincollig and Carbery Rangers garnered all but one spot on the team.
Footballer of the Year: Patrick Kelly (Ballincollig)
Hurler of the Year: Daniel Kearney (Sarsfields)
Ladies Footballer of the Year: Marie O’Callaghan (Mourneabbey).
Camogie Player of the Year: Maria Watson (Milford).
FOOTBALL ALL STARS: David Lordan (Ballincollig); Liam Jennings (Ballincollig), Brian Shanahan (Carbery Rangers), Noel Galvin (Ballincollig); Conor O’Sullivan (Clyda Rovers), Steve O’Donoghue (Ballincollig), Cian Kiely (Ballincollig); Ciarán O’Sullivan (Ballincollig), James Fitzpatrick (Carbery Rangers); John Miskella (Ballincollig), Patrick Kelly (Ballincollig), John O’Rourke (Carbery Rangers); Seamus Hayes (Carbery Rangers), John Hayes (Carbery Rangers), Cian Dorgan (Ballincollig).
HURLING ALL STARS: Alan Kennedy (Sarsfields); William Kearney (Sarsfields), Eoin Cadogan (Douglas), Stephen McDonnell (Glen Rovers); Brian Moylan (Glen Rovers), Ray Ryan (Sarsfields), Éanna Martin (Sarsfields); Daniel Kearney (Sarsfields), Donal Cronin (Glen Rovers); Dean Brosnan (Glen Rovers), Cian McCarthy (Sarsfields), Darren McCarthy (Ballymartle); Alan Cadogan (Douglas), Tadhg Óg Murphy (Sarsfields), Keith Buckley (Na Piarsaigh).