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09th Nov 2014

Cork dominate ladies All-Star awards as six counties are recognised

Corkery wins incredible eight award

Conan Doherty

Probably only fair that at least six of what is a special, special Cork side were granted places on the 2014 All-Star team.

The Rebel County girls were rewarded for another stunning championship success when they came from 10 down with 10 minutes remaining to beat Dublin in the final and claim a ridiculous ninth title in just 10 seasons.

There were four gongs set aside for Dublin.

Winning Cork captain Briege Corkery received the eighth All-Star award of a momentous career at the top of both football and camogie but it was Armagh midfielder Caroline O’Hanlon who was voted by her fellow players as the senior player of the year.

TG4 2014 All-Stars
Goalkeeper: Ciamh Dollard (Laois)
Right corner-back: Mairéad Tennyson (Armagh)
Full-back: Angela Walsh (Cork)
Left corner-back: Bríd Stack (Cork)
Right half-back: Vera Foley (Cork)
Centre half-back: Sinead Goldrick (Dublin)
Left half-back: Geraldine O’Flynn (Cork)
Midfield: Briege Corkery (Cork)
Midfield: Caroline O’Hanlon (Armagh)
Right half-forward: Noelle Healy (Dublin)
Centre half-forward: Ciara O’Sullivan (Cork)
Left half-forward: Cora Courtney (Monaghan)
Right corner-forward: Lyndsey Davey (Dublin)
Full-forward: Sinead Aherne (Dublin)
Left corner-forward: Aileen Pyres (Down)

TG4 Senior Players’ Player of the Year
Caroline O’Hanlon (Armagh)

TG4 Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year
Caroline Little (Fermanagh)

TG4 Junior Players’ Player of the Year
Aileen Pyres (Down)

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