After Dublin completed the’drive for five’, we select our team of the championship for 2019.
Despite being the standout goalkeeper of this decade, an All-Star hasn’t been obtained by the Parnells man because 2013. That’s certainly going to change this season. His kick-outs were on stage all seasons, even while he left some magnificent saves in both games against Kerry.
The go-to guardian of the Kingdom, O’Sullivan was striking across the balance of the season. The Dingle man has kept many opponents has been key as Kerry reached the All-Ireland closing, and scoreless.
A string of understated yet thoroughly efficient performances from McNamee should see him pick up a first award.
The Cuala guy saved his best to continue – putting in two massive performances from Kerry. Fitzsimons did a project nullifying David Clifford at the second-half of their match, even although he was watertight throughout the play.
Keogan was in what was an enormously successful 2019 year for Meath, key. The Royals backed their Section 1 promotion with a 8s berth , and didn’t look out of the depth at any point. He was industrious in defence and attack, along with his revealing against Clare at the qualifiers was perhaps his standout display.
Durcan was tasked with nullifying some of the best players of the country this year, and completed a project for James Horan. He scored 0-8 from play throughout the summer, and limited the effect of Jack McCaffrey, Ryan McHugh along with Shane Walsh in matches.
From the final that is drawn, he was immense as he bagged 1-3. The former Footballer of the Year was instrumental since the Dubs closed five in a row. The Clontarf man is deserving of the following All-Star, and was his customary self down and up on the wing.
Fenton had a lousy day in the office at the very first game against Kerry, but bounced back in fashion. The Year’s Footballer afforded some strong performances spearheading the wins over Cork, Roscommon and Mayo.
The donations in the Killarney win over Mayo of moran were perhaps enough to seal an All-Star only. His prowess was crucial to your Kingdom, and also the Kerins O’Rahilly’s man’s source into the forwards was top notch. He headed the Kerry bill in both matches against Dublin.
O’Callaghan took up another step including new elements. He had been a target in the Dublin inside forward line, revealing the damage he could do in particular at the wins on Roscommon and Mayo. The Cuala man is at the combination to the Footballer of the Year award.
The Kenmare star came of age. Kicking 0-15 across two finals is no mean feat, and he looks like a player who’s only going to get. It is merely shaded by him ahead.
He was a candidate for Footballer of the Year, such was his wake up during the entire year for its Kingdom. He dug at the side out of a hole in the Munster final of Peter Keane, also continued to place in telling demonstrations. The game was swung by his interjection in the second-half against Tyrone in Kerry’s favour. He did not figure out how to bring that level into the final, but is nevertheless deserving of a All-Star. It is shaded by him .
In what was only his second season at senior soccer, the Fossa superstar continued his form. The 20-year-old stood up when he was needed with some performances that were special.
3-48 was scored by the best scorer in the championship in nine games to the Red Hands. For large areas of the season, he is among the first names on this sheet, also had been unplayable.
The Kilmacud Crokes man was effective consequently, also found himself in offensive positions this year. Perhaps the front-runner for Footballer of the Year.
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