8 Kerry Players on the Minor Stars Football Team of the Year
Electric Ireland GAA Minor Stars Football Team of the Year
Kerry Minor Team has 8 Players on the inaugural Electric Ireland GAA Minor Stars Football Team of the Year announced today.
So congratulations to the following players
Goalkeeper Deividas Uosis (Dingle)
Left Corner Back Cian Gammell (Killarney Legion)
Right Half Back Michael Potts (Dr Crokes)
Left Half Back Niall Donohue(Firies)
Centre Field Barry Mahony (St Senans)
Centre Forward David Clifford (Fossa)
Left Half Forward Donal O’Sullivan (Kilgarvan)
Left Corner Forward Fiáchra Clifford (Laune Rangers)
The Electric Ireland Minor Star Football Team of the Year will be formally recognised at the inaugural GAA Minor Star Awards that will take place in Croke Park on October 7th.
The Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year features players from Kerry, Derry, Dublin and Cavan, the four semi-finalists from this year’s Championship.
The team was selected by a panel of GAA greats from nominees that included the Electric Ireland Man of the Match and Player of the Week winners throughout the season.
The Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year is as follows:
1. Deividas Uosis (Kerry, Dingle)
2. Peadar Ó Cofaigh Byrne (Dublin, Cuala)
3. Conor McCluskey (Derry, Magherafelt)
4. Cian Gammell (Kerry, Killarney Legion)
5. Michael Potts (Kerry, Dr Crokes)
6. Padraig McGrogan (Derry, Newbridge)
7. Niall Donohue (Kerry, Firies)
8. Barry Mahony (Kerry, St.Senan’s)
9. Oisin McWilliams (Derry, Swatragh)
10. Ross McGarry (Dublin, Ballyboden St Enda's)
11. David Clifford (Kerry, Fossa)
12. Donal O’Sullivan (Kerry, Kilgarvan)
13. Oisin Pierson (Cavan, Gowna)
14. Lorcan McWilliams (Derry, Swatragh)
15. Fiachra Clifford (Kerry, Laune Rangers)
The four-man awards selection panel which was unveiled back in March, consisted of Meath Senior football manager Andy McEntee, legendary former Cork hurler and current Clare hurling selector, Dónal Óg Cusack; former Armagh All Star footballer, Oisín McConville and former Galway hurler and AIB All Ireland Club hurling championship winning manager, Mattie Kenny.
The inaugural awards emphasise that there is ‘nothing minor about playing Minor’ and so honour the best individual performers from the entire season, also recognising the crucial and admirable part played by the families, clubs and communities of players which allowed them to get to this point in their sporting career.