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Brogan and Fennelly shine at All-Stars banquet

A year after his brother Bernard took the title, Dublin’s Alan Brogan has been named the GAA’s Footballer of the Year.

Dublin's Kevin McMenamon, Stephen Cluxton, Bernard Brogan and Michael Darragh McCauley.
Dublin's Kevin McMenamon, Stephen Cluxton, Bernard Brogan and Michael Darragh McCauley.
Image: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

DUBLIN’S DOCKSIDE CONVENTION centre played host to the GAA and GPA’s All-Star banquet on Friday evening, a night of award-giving and celebration that included, amongst other things, the naming of the 2011 Football All-Stars.

The fifteen-man list was dominated by names from Dublin, Kerry and Donegal, including Alan Brogan, who took home the prestigious Footballer of the Year award, All-Ireland hero Stephen Cluxton and Colm Cooper of Kerry.

Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor took home the Young Footballer of the Year award, while Michael Fennelly of Kilkenny and Dublin’s Liam Rushe were named Hurler and Young Hurler of the Year respectively.

Martin Finn of London was named the Nicky Rackard Player of the Year.

The Football All-Stars line-up reads as follows:

Goalkeeper: Stephen Cluxton (Dublin)

Full backs: Marc O’Sé (Kerry), Neil McGee (Donegal), Michael Foley (Kildare)

Half backs: Kevin Cassidy (Donegal), Karl Lacey (Donegal), Kevin Nolan (Dublin)

Midfield: Bryan Sheehan (Kerry), Michael Darragh Macauley (Dublin)

Half forwards: Darran O’Sullivan (Kerry), Alan Brogan (Dublin), Paul Flynn (Dublin)

Full forwards: Colm Cooper (Kerry), Andy Moran (Mayo), Bernard Brogan (Dublin)

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