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Seven All-Stars For Kerry As Four Counties Pick Up Awards

Seven All-Stars For Kerry As Four Counties Pick Up Awards
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Kerry have been rewarded with seven PwC All-Star winners following a triumphant season for the Kingdom in the All-Ireland Football Championship.

There are also five All-Stars for finalists Galway, two for Ulster champions Derry, and one for Leinster kingpins Dublin.

This year's team features a notable 11 first time winners. A spot for Galway's John Daly at centre-back means that him and his father Val join the list of father and son winners.

Derry veteran Chrissy McKaigue is included in the defence and becomes Slaughtneil’s first ever All-Star winner in their history.

Footballer of the Year contender David Clifford collects the fourth PwC All-Star of his career with his brother Paudie again joining him and collecting his second with fellow Kerry attacker Sean O’Shea also collecting an award to go with his 2019 honour.

Dublin’s Ciarán Kilkenny wins his fourth PwC All-Star in a row, and his sixth in all, and moves the Castleknock sharpshooter to the same haul as fellow Dub Stephen Cluxton and into the same company as Jack O’Shea, Ger Power and Peter Canavan who also have six.

Tadhg Morley’s selection brings more All-Star glory to the Templenoe club synonymous with the iconic Spillane brothers Pat, Mick and Tom who won 13 between them, and is a first for the Kerry club since Tom Spillane in 1987.


This is Galway’s largest representation since 2001 and includes a first All-Star since Tom Naughton in 1974 for Annaghdown courtesy of Damien Comer.

PwC All-Stars Football 2022



1. Shane Ryan (Rathmore, Kerry)



2. Chrissy McKaigue (Slaughtneil, Derry)
3. Jason Foley (Ballydonoghue, Kerry)
4. Liam Silke (Corofin, Galway)
5. Tadhg Morley (Templenoe, Kerry)
6. John Daly (Mountbellew Moylough, Galway)
7. Gavin White (Dr.Crokes, Kerry)



8. Conor Glass (Glen, Derry)
9. Cillian McDaid (Monivea-Abbey, Galway)


10. Paudie Clifford (Fossa, Kerry)
11. Sean O’Shea (Kenmare Shamrocks, Kerry)
12. Ciarán Kilkenny (Castleknock, Dublin)
13. David Clifford (Fossa, Kerry)
14. Damien Comer (Annaghdown, Galway)
15. Shane Walsh (Kilkerrin-Clonberne/Kilmacud Crokes, Galway)


SEE ALSO: The 2012 GAA All-Star Football Team: Where Are They Now?

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