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Four Nominated For Irish Players' Player Of The Year

Four Nominated For Irish Players' Player Of The Year

Three provinces are represented in the four-man shortlist for Ireland Players' Player of the Year award with Munster's Tadhg Beirne and Peter O'Mahony, Connacht's Jack Carty and Leinster's James Ryan all vying for the accolade.

Ulster are represented on the Young Player of the Year shortlist, however, where Jacob Stockdale is joined by the Leinster duo of Jordan Larmour and James Ryan.

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The Ulster winger is also shortlisted for the Try of the Year award, after his mercurial moment against the All Blacks in November. Joining him on the list are Keith Erls and Jordan Larmour for their spectacular efforts against France and Italy respectively.

Meanwhile, Anna Caplice, Eimear Considine and Ciara Griffin are all nominated for the women's award.

The winners are set to be revealed at an awards night on Wednesday, May 15.

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Zurich Players' Player of the Year

Tadhg Beirne

Jack Carty

Peter O'Mahony

James Ryan

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Nevin Spence Young Player of the Year

Jordan Larmour

Jacob Stockdale

James Ryan

 

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Volkswagen Try of the Year

Keith Earls (vs France)

Jordan Larmour (vs Italy)

Jacob Stockdale (vs New Zealand)

 

Virgin Media Supporters' Player of the Year

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Will Addison

Tadhg Beirne

Jack Carty

Cian Healy

James Lowe

James Ryan

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BNY Mellon Women's Player of the Year

Anna Caplice

Eimear Considine

Ciara Griffin

 

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Vodafone Medal for Excellence

Darren Cave

Rhys Ruddock

James Tracy

 

Women's Sevens Player of the Year

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Louise Galvin

Lucy Mulhall

Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe

 

AIB Men's Sevens Player of the Year

Jordan Conroy

Terry Kennedy

Adam Leavy

 

SEE ALSO: Ireland Continue To Benefit From The Renowned Rugby Coaching Tree

Aonghus Ó Maicín

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