Dublin's Brian Fenton has been named The PwC GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year for 2018.
A formidable presence in Dublin's All-Ireland win, the Raheny man has broken Mayo's hold on the top individual award, becoming Dublin's first winner since Jack McCaffrey in 2015.
Making his breakthrough into Jim Gavin's Dublin panel in 2015, Brian Fenton has enjoyed a spectacular inter-county career thus far.
Yet to end a championship year without being in possession of the Sam Maguire Cup, Fenton's influence has been telling form the very off; the 25-year-old winning man of the match in his first final appearance 3-years ago.
A dominant presence in the heart of Dublin's midfield, Fenton contributed two points to the cause in Dublin's 2-17 to 1-14 defeat of Tyrone in this year's All-Ireland final.
On a great night for Fenton's club Raheny, he was joined in The PwC All-Star Team of the Year by fellow club and county man, Brian Howard.
The PwC GAA/GPA Young Footballer of the Year went to Kerry's David Clifford.