Kieran Donaghy was one of the winners today at the AIB GAA Club Awards, winning the provincial footballer award for Munster after another successful campaign with Austin Stacks.
The All-Ireland winner is in the club semi-finals with the side after winning their provincial championship. The other football winners were Gary Sice in Connacht, Ger Brennan in Leinster and Patsy Bradley in Ulster.
The hurling awards saw Kilmallock’s Paudie O’Brien honoured in Munster after their successful provincial campaign. Paul Braniff took the award for Ulster while in Leinster another All-Ireland winner featured - TJ Reid getting the nod for his part in Ballyhale Shamrocks’ season.
Cork captain Anna Geary added to a glittering year in the camogie awards. She was joined by Rachel monaghan for Connacht, Stacey Keogh for Leinster and racquel McCarry for Ulster.
Connacht – Gary Sice (Corofin)
Leinster – Ger Brennan (St Vincent’s)
Munster – Kieran Donaghy (Austin Stacks)
Ulster – Patsy Bradley (Slaughtneil)
Leinster – TJ Reid (Ballyhale Shamrocks)
Munster – Paudie O’Brien (Kilmallock)
Ulster – Paul Braniff (Portaferry)
Connacht – Rachel Monaghan (Mullagh)
Leinster – Stacey Keogh (Oulart The Ballagh)
Munster – Anna Geary (Milford)
Ulster – Racquel McCarry (Loughgiel Shamrocks)
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