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In Pictures: The Red Carpet Arrivals At The PwC All-Stars Awards

In Pictures: The Red Carpet Arrivals At The PwC All-Stars Awards

The PwC All-Stars Awards for 2019 were held at Dublin's Convention Centre on Friday night to honour the best Gaelic footballers and hurlers of the past 12 months.

After a stellar year in the GAA, Dublin and Tipperary came away with the biggest prizes in the sport. There were plenty of players from those teams on show, as well as the best players from around the country.

As expected, there was a lot of glitz and glamour on show as the stars and their partners arrived for the black-tie event.

Wexford hurler Lee Chin with Sarah Roache

Limerick hurler Sean Finn with Karen Kinnerk

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Tipperary hurler Noel McGrath with Aisling Crowe

Wexford hurler Diarmuid O’Keeffe with Megan Burns

Kilkenny hurler TJ Reid looking sharp

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Kilkenny hurler Colin Fennelly with Aliyah McCarthy

Tipperary hurler Jason Forde with Claire Collins

Dublin footballer Stephen Cluxton with Joanne Cluxton

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Dublin footballer Brian Fenton with Sarah Kelliher

Limerick hurlers Peter Casey, left, and Cian Lynch

Mayo footballer Aidan O'Shea with Kristin McKenzie

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Mayo footballer Chris Barrett with Dearbhaile Barrett

Wexford hurler Conor McDonald with Melissa Tyndall

Wexford hurler Rory O'Connor with Amy Gavin

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Donegal footballer Michael Murphy with Annie Keeney

Tyrone footballer Cathal McShane with Kaitlyn Coyle

Tipperary hurler Barry Heffernan with Paula Hannigan

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Tipperary hurler Brendan Maher with Aoife Hannon

Cork hurler Patrick Horgan with Ashley Lovett

Tipperary hurler Ronan Maher with Michelle Lahert

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Tipperary hurler Ronan Maher with Michelle Lahert

Tipperary hurler John McGrath with Kirsten McCormack

Wexford hurlers, from left, Conor McDonald, Paudie Foley, Rory O'Connor and Kevin Foley

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Kerry footballer David Moran with Sinéad Moran

Kerry footballer David Clifford with Shauna O'Connor

Kerry footballer Paul Geaney with Siún Geaney

SEE ALSO: 'He Came In And He Had A Very Clear Vision For Us. He Trusts Us A Lot'

Gary Connaughton

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