2014 Football All Stars
The 2014 Football All Stars have been revealed, Cork's sole nominee Castlehavens Brian Hurley misses out in a talented full forward line that contains Mayo's Cillian O’Connor, and Kerry duo Kieran Donaghy and James O'Donoghue Eamon Fitzmaurices' All Ireland Champions lead the way with five awards. Paul Murphy, Peter Crowley and David Moran complete the Kingdom winners. Beaten finalists Donegal receive four awards and the beaten semi-finalists Mayo and Dublin each earn three. In all there are six first-time recipients with Paul Murphy joined by James McCarthy, Peter Crowley, David Moran, Diarmuid Connolly and Cillian O’Connor. The team in full is as follows; Goalkeeper 1. Paul Durcan (Donegal) Full backs 2. Paul Murphy (Kerry) 3. Neil McGee (Donegal) 4. Keith Higgins (Mayo) Half backs 5. James McCarthy (Dublin) 6. Peter Crowley (Kerry) 7. Colm Boyle (Mayo) Midfielders 8. Neil Gallagher (Donegal) 9. David Moran (Kerry) Half forwards 10. Paul Flynn (Dublin) 11. Michael Murphy (Donegal) 12. Diarmuid Connolly (Dublin) Full forwards 13. Cillian O’Connor (Mayo) 14. Kieran Donaghy (Kerry) 15. James O’Donoghue (Kerry)
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