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.
10 players have been nominated for the forward 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.
Tomas Galvin (Keady)
One of the best young talents in the county, Galvin excelled for Keady throughout the championship campaign.
Paddy McGrane (Derrynoose)
His two goals but Derrynoose in the driving seat against Keady in the semi-final although they just came up short in the end.
Conor Hannaway (Killeavy)
Hannaway was in brilliant form in front of the posts the Junior Championship final and finished with 0-8 to his name.
Anthony Carville (Sean Treacy’s)
Carville’s second half three-pointer in the Junior final against Killeavy got his side right back into the game.
Sean Og McGuinness (Middletown)
McGuinness had a superb year in the full forward line for Middletown and was deadly in front of the posts.
Joseph O’Connor (Killeavy)
O’Connor earned the Man of the Match award in the Junior decider with an incredible haul of 2-5, 2-4 from play.
Mark Lennon (Derrynoose)
Lennon was one of the main men for Derrynoose through the championship and helped them reach the last four.
Conor Corvan (Keady)
Corvan really carried the fight going forward for Keady and he top scored for his side in the decider against Middletown with 0-6.
Joseph Burke (Cuchulainns)
Burke was a real attacking threat for the Cuchulainns men as they reached the final four of the Senior Championship.
Ryan Gaffney (Middletown)
Still one of the best around, Gaffney had another stellar season in the black and white of Middletown and helped them create history.