2023 Hurling Team of the Year – Midfielders

It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Hurling Team of the Year.

7 players have been nominated for the midfield positions. 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.

Shea Harvey (Keady)

Harvey had another fantastic season around the middle for Keady as they reached the Senior Championship final.

He scored 0-1 in the final, but it was his work rate and hurling ability that stood out throughout the campaign.

It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Hurling Team of the Year.
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Dean Gaffney (Middletown)

Gaffney played everywhere for Middletown and was one of their main players throughout the championship.

The youngest of the Gaffney brothers hit 0-8 in the final but set up a lot more as Middletown won five in a row.

Aaron Fox (Derrynoose)

Derrynoose reached the last four of the Senior Championship and gave Keady a real run for their money.

Fox was a real leader for their side and the captain chipped in with a point against Keady in that semi-final.

Michael Doran (Sean Treacy’s)

Doran led the line for Sean Treacy’s in the final when all else around him faltered. His scoring alone kept them in the game.

Last years Junior Hurler of the Year top scored for the Lurgan men with 0-11 as they lost their championship crown.

It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Hurling Team of the Year.
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Glen McKeown (Killeavy)

McKeown had an excellent season in the middle of the park for Junior Championship winners Killeavy.

He was excellent in the final as Killeavy downed Sean Treacy’s and by five-points to end a ten-year famine.

Paddy McBride (Middletown)

The experienced McBride has been one of Middletown’s best players for a while now and that continued this year.

He chipped in with his usual quota of a few points throughout the championship and was one of their main men.

Jordan Murtagh (Cuchulainns)

Murtagh carried the fight for Cuchulainns in their semi-final match up with reigning champions Middletown.

The Cuchulainns midfielder was the main scoring threat for his side right throughout the entire campaign.

It’s time to vote for the players that you think deserve a place in the 2023 The Sideline Eye Hurling Team of the Year.
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