The nominations for the PWC Camogie All Star Awards have been announced.
All Ireland champions Cork lead the way with 11 nominations, they are:
1. Amy Lee
2. Amy O'Connor
3. Fiona Keating
4. Hannah Looney
5. Katrina Mackey
6. Laura Hayes
7. Laura Treacy
8. Libby Coppinger
9. Meabh Cahalane
10. Meabh Murphy
11. Saoirse McCarthy
All Ireland finalists Waterford have 9 nominations, Galway have 7, Tipperary have 6 and Kilkenny have 3.
Two Cork players have been nominated for the PWC Camogie Sneior Player of the year, Amy O'Connor and Saoirse McCarthy, while Waterford's Beth Carton is also shortlisted.
The awards ceremony will take place on November 4th.
Speaking to mark the announcement of the PwC All-Stars, Camogie Association Uachtarán Hilda Breslin said; “2023 has been an extraordinary year, showcasing exceptional talent and unwavering determination from all the players. I extend my heartfelt congratulations to those who have been chosen as nominees for the prestigious PwC Camogie All-Stars. Each of them has contributed immensely to the breathtaking display of our beloved game, making it an unforgettable journey from start to finish. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to our sponsors, PwC, for their unwavering support of the All-Stars Awards.
Every single nominee is truly deserving of their recognition, and I eagerly anticipate celebrating their achievements at the Awards evening in the iconic Croke Park. Furthermore, I would like to extend my congratulations to the numerous well-deserving nominees of the PwC GPA Camogie Player of the Year Awards across the Senior, Intermediate, and Premier Junior championships. These awards will be decided by their fellow players and highlight the profound respect each recipient holds among their peers, as well as their exceptional personal performance and dedication to the sport.
To all the nominees, I wish you the best of luck in your pursuit of these prestigious titles. May your future endeavours continue to inspire and elevate the world of camogie.”