It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Senior Team of the Year.
Four players have been nominated for the goalkeeper position. Vote for the goalkeeper you think deserves a place on the team.
The voting polls will close at midnight on Sunday and the team will be announced next Monday.
Jamie Sheridan (Madden)
Sheridan pulled off a number of fine saves throughout the championship as Madden reached the last four.
He stopped a Gavin McParland effort in the quarter-final as the Nab were trying to amount a comeback in the second half.
He also pulled off two quality saves in their opening round win over Silverbridge and conceded three goals in five games.
Miceal Murray (Crossmaglen)
Murray only came into the starting line up for two games in the championship, the semi-final and final.
But he performed well in both and conceded just one goal across the two games. Michael McConville netted for Clan na Gael in the decider.
His ball playing ability and willingness to come out from his goal line were key assets to the Crossmaglen defence.
Ryan Conway (Clan na Gael)
Conway probably felt hard done by to concede a goal against Clann Eireann in Clan na Gael’s semi-final victory.
He parried away Conor Turbitt’s initial penalty effort, but Clann Eireann won the rebounded and netted from there.
Conway played in all the knockout games in the championship and kept clean sheets against Dromintee and Killeavy.
Jamie McAtavey (Clann Eireann)
McAtavey took over the number one jersey in Clann Eireann this season as Eoghan Mulholland headed to Australia.
McAtavey conceded just two goals throughout the championship campaign and kept three clean sheets.
Grange raised a green flags during the group stages of the competition, as did Silverbridge in the quarter-final.