It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Junior Team of the Year.
Seven players have been nominated for the middle of the field. Vote for the two midfielders 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.
Conor Bell (Clann Eireann II)
Bell hung up the boots after helping the Clann Eireann IIs claim the Junior Championship crown.
The Clann Eireann midfielder retires with a trio of Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championship medals.
Mark Hughes (Ballyhegan)
Hughes was one of the standout performers in the Junior Championship, even when things weren’t going Ballyhegan’s way.
He blasted home a goal during the first half of the final to try and ignite the Ballyhegan challenge.
Caolan Donaghy (Clonmore)
The powerful Clonmore fetcher led his side to the last four of the Junior Championship where their season as ended by Ballyhegan.
Donaghy moved to the edge of the square in that game and slotted home a goal to give his side a fighting chance.
Johnny Torode (Clann Eireann II)
A real workhorse around the middle of the park, Torode was in brilliant form right throughout the campaign.
He put in the hard yards in the final and made a heroic block in the second half that summed up his year.
Danny Shields (Thomas Davis)
Shields was a constant driving force around the middle of the field for Thomas Davis as they reached the last eight.
He quite often popped up with crucial scores and hit the target in three of their five championship games.
Myles Boyd (Killeavy II)
Boyd excelled around the centre of the field for Killeavy IIs, putting in several brilliant displays.
He chipped in with scores in every single game as Killeavy IIs reached the quarter-finals of the competition.
Peter Quinn (Lissummon)
The Lissummon captain stood up to be counted when his side needed him right throughout the championship.
Quinn was exception in the quarter-final against Ballyhegan, but his side just lost out after extra time.