After claiming their third All-Ireland in five years, Dublin's dominance was justly reflected in the GAA.ie Team of the Championship. Seven of Jim Gavin's charges are included in the selection with four of the six defensive spots being filled by the boys in blue.
Surprisingly, only two Dublin forwards made the cut in the form of Bernard Brogan and Ciarán Kilkenny. It's been another scorcher of a season for Bernard Brogan who takes his place at corner forward. The Oliver Plunkett's player harvested an impressive 6-20 from play this year, which is reminiscent of his form in 2010 when he was awarded Footballer of the Year.
Philly MchMahon and Rory O'Carroll make up most of the full back line with Cian O'Sullivan and Sunday Game player of the year, Jack McCaffrey, rightfully claiming two spots on the half back line. McCaffrey has also been given the nod as Footballer of the Year in this selection.
All-Ireland finalists Kerry have been afforded just three berths on the selection. After conceding six goals in Munster, Brendan Kealy kept a clean sheet in all of Kerry's games in Croke Park which earns him a spot between the sticks. Corner back Shane Enright and Donnchadh Walsh occupy the other Kerry positions.
Tyrone and Mayo make up the surplus with two players each making the final 15. Lee Keegan had a phenomenal year in 2015, scoring 1-2 for Mayo and securing 30 possessions. He slots in at half-back, while Peter Harte's position on the half-forward line is wholly justified after an exceptional succession of performances for Tyrone.
There are some surprising omissions from the final cut. There's no room for Paul Flynn who was Dublin's chief grafter again this year. Similarly, James McCarthy was a prominent fixture in Dublin's defence but with two other Dublin players taking up places on the half-back line, the Ballymun Kickhams star is pushed out.
Diarmuid Connolly has perhaps taken one for the team this year in his style of play, while Kerry's Anthony Maher and Mayo's Cillian O'Connor can also be considered somewhat unlucky to miss out.