Check out The Sideline Eye Junior Team of the Year for 2023 as voted for by our followers over the past week!
Mark Lyttle (Clonmore)
Lyttle conceded just three goals throughout the duration of the championship as Clonmore reached the last four.
Matthew McCaughley (Clann Eireann II)
McCaughley went toe to toe with Ballyhegan dangerman James McCormack in the final and gave a great performance.
Paul McQuade (Ballyhegan)
Stood into the captain’s role as Jack Rafferty missed out through injury and led Ballyhegan to the decider.
Oscar McKeagney (Clann Eireann II)
McKeagney led Clann Eireann IIs to championship glory and was one of their star performers in the final.
Tom Turbitt (Clann Eireann II)
His heroic block early on in the final summed up his campaign. Turbitt was rock solid at the back for Clann Eireann IIs.
Peter McGrane (Ballyhegan)
McGrane played in a number of different positions for Ballyhegan this season. He often got in on the scoring act but showed his man-marking skills as well.
Andrew Cooper (Clann Eireann II)
Cooper always gave his best every time he took the field and quite often bombed forward to raise a white flag.
Myles Boyd (Killeavy II)
Boyd excelled around the centre of the field for Killeavy IIs, putting in several brilliant displays.
Conor Bell (Clann Eireann II)
Bell hung up the boots after helping the Clann Eireann IIs claim the Junior Championship crown.
James French (Clann Eireann II)
French was a consistent scorer for Clann Eireann IIs throughout the season and finished the year with 0-19.
Ethan McKenna (Clann Eireann II)
McKenna picked up the Man of the Match award for his display in the final as Clann Eireann IIs won the Junior Championship.
Rogan McVeigh (Clann Eireann II)
May not have got on the scoresheet as much as the others, but McVeigh was a main man for Clann Eireann IIs.
James McCormack (Ballyhegan)
McCormack had a superb year for Ballyhegan and led them to the decider. He finished the year as top scorer in the Junior Championship with 6-30.
Aidan Davidson (St Michael’s)
Davidson offered an attacking threat for St Michael’s in the championship when he moved to full forward.
Michael McCaughey (Clann Eireann II)
Saved his best performance for the final. McCaughey was responsible for two goals that night and finished the year with 3-7.