The 2020 Wooly Awards
The ninth annual edition of the Wooly awards took place on Thursday with the heroes and the flops of 2020 being honoured.
There are nine awards in both Gaelic football and in hurling with Colm Parkinson, Conor Heneghan and Paddy Stapleton debating and discussing a variety of topics from goal of the year to individual performance of the year to flop of the year.
Goal of the year
- Mark Keane (Cork) v Kerry
'It's 1983 all over again!!' - Kerry are out of the championship. Here's that extraordinary late goal from Mark Keane which won the game for @OfficialCorkGAA - watch the highlights on @TheSundayGame #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/IoRBaWfxDD
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) November 8, 2020
- Richie Hogan v Galway (Hurling)
Genius. A moment of absolute genius from the little maestro Richie Hogan.pic.twitter.com/2SnwqUE5py
— GAA JOE (@GAA__JOE) November 14, 2020
Flop of the year
Most incredible finish to a game
- Dungannon Swifts (Tyrone county champions)
Controversy of the year
- Dr. David Hickey for his comments on Mayo on All-Ireland final day in the Irish Examiner.
Game of the year
- Cavan v Donegal
- Waterford v Kilkenny
Individual performance of the year
- Cillian O'Connor (Mayo) v Tipperary
Stephen Bennett (Waterford) v Kilkenny
Shock of the year
- Jack McCaffrey retiring
Most emmbarrassing broadcast moment
- The GAA Hour.