It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Intermediate Team of the Year.
12 players have been nominated for the defensive positions. Vote for the six forwards 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.
Aidan Nugent (St Patrick’s)
Finished the season as the top scorer of the Intermediate Championship with a hugely impressive 5-31.
Conor McNally (Derrynoose)
Led the line for Derrynoose as they reached the final eight of the championship with an individual tally of 3-28.
Oisin Conaty (Tir na nOg)
Conaty was in brilliant form for Tir na nOg and racked up 5-8 to his name throughout the group stages.
Mark McKeever (Tullysaran)
Tullysaran were knocked out at the playoff stage and McKeever caught the eye in their outings with 1-23.
Connor Cullen (Annaghmore)
Cullen’s hattrick of goals against Whitecross in the group stages helped him finish the campaign with 3-17.
James O’Hara (Keady)
Only Aidan Nugent scored more in the championship than O’Hara did, who finished the year with 2-35.
Colm Watters (Culloville)
Watters was incredible for Culloville as the reached the quarter-finals, putting in man of the match performances against Belleek and St Paul’s.
Ross McQuillan (St Patrick’s)
Saved his best performance of the season for the final and McQuillan proved simply unmarkable on the day.
Andrew Murnin (St Paul’s)
Murnin hit a hattrick of majors for St Paul’s in their semi-final win over Keady and finished the year with 6-11.
Tomas Galvin (Keady)
Really caught the eye this year with his performances for Keady and his goal-scoring touch was key for them.
Ruairi Duffy (Pearse Og)
Duffy was the main man in the forward line for the Ogs as they reached the last four, hitting 1-18 in the campaign.
Shea Hoey (St Patrick’s)
The Man of the Match in the final, Hoey was exceptional right throughout the Intermediate Championship.