The GAA/GPA Hurling All-Star nominees have been named and it's no surprise that All[Ireland champions Clare dominate. They've got thirteen nominations in total, All-Ireland finalist Cork and Leinster champions Dublin both have nine with Munster champions Limerick getting seven.
Goalkeepers: Anthony Nash (Cork) Patrick Kelly (Clare) Gary Maguire (Dublin)
Fullbacks: David McInerney (Clare) Domhnall O'Donovan (Clare) Richie McCarthy (Limerick) Tom Condon (Limerick) Peter Kelly (Dublin) Shane O'Neill (Cork) Conor O'Sullivan (Cork) Paul Murphy (Kilkenny) Tomás Waters (Wexford)
Halfbacks: Brendan Bugler (Clare) Patrick Donnellan (Clare) Liam Rushe (Dublin) Michael Carton (Dublin)
Brian Murphy (Cork) Wayne McNamara (Limerick) Gavin O'Mahony (Limerick) Kieran Joyce (Kilkenny)
Michael Walsh (Waterford)
Midfield: Conor Ryan (Clare) Colm Galvin (Clare) Joey Boland (Dublin) Paul Browne (Limerick) Daniel Kearney (Cork)
Kevin Moran (Waterford)
Half Forwards: Tony Kelly (Clare) John Conlon (Clare) Colin Ryan (Clare) Séamus Harnedy (Cork) Patrick Cronin (Cork) Conal Keaney (Dublin) Danny Sutcliffe (Dublin) James Ryan (Limerick) Eoin Larkin (Kilkenny)
Full forwards: Pádraic Collins (Clare) Conor McGrath (Clare) Shane O'Donnell (Clare) Patrick Horgan (Cork)
Conor Lehane (Cork) Paul Ryan (Dublin) David O'Callaghan (Dublin) Graeme Mulcahy (Limerick) Richie Hogan (Kilkenny)
Clare have two nominees for the hurler of the year award, Tony Kelly and Podge Collins. Cork keeper Anthony Nash is the third nominee for the award.
Clare also dominate the young hurler of the year award with Kelly and Collins again nominated along with fullback David McInerney.
This year's all-stars along with the hurler and young hurler of the year award winners will be named on November 8th.