Enda Dunphy St.Mary’s
A sterling year for the young Clonmel shot stopper, including several vital saves as St Mary’s advanced to the semi final stage for the first time. Further eye catching displays in the Miller Shield is sure to keep him to the front of the queue as part of Colm Bonnars’ plans.
Killian O’Dwyer Killenaule
Was given the task of keeping tabs on the opposition main scoring threat for Killeanule and more often than not O’Dwyer came out on top, nullifying key threats in important games for Killenaule.
Eoghan Connolly Cashel King Cormac’s
Was also impressive at centre back for Cashel this year as they progressed to the semi final where they met a red hot Templederry side, Connolly has all the attributes to be a major player for club and county level in coming years.
Christy Coughlin Templederry Kenyons
Now reaching the veteran stage, Coughlin was a key calming presence at the back as Templederry finally put it all together to take Championship honours in some style. Whilst much of the plaudits have gone to those further up the field, Coughlin was key to keeping the back door shut in games.
Tom Stapleton Templederry Kenyons
Deserved recognition for another who has devoted many years to the cause, Stapleton will look to continue this form next year as Templederry look to make a mark in Dan Breen.
Joe O’Dwyer Killenaule
A standout performer at the back for the Robins, when injury free there are few tougher opponents in the Premier County and Dwyer was an assured presence in a tight semi final vs St. Mary’s in particular.
Sean Ryan Rodgers Sean Treacy’s
Was key as the men from the West surprised a few by reaching the quarter final stage. Ryan Rodgers has been instrumental to the Klcommon men’s rise back to senior status in recent years and secures a well-deserved spot on this team.
Ciaran O’Dwyer Killenaule
The versatile Killenaule man could have been picked in a number of positions, but his energy and work rate at midfield were key as Killenaule took divisional honours but ultimately came up short in Semple.
Odhran Murphy Templederry Kenyons
A MOTM performance in the O’Riain final as a scintillating second half display helped Templederry pull clear, he is another that will look to kick on next year.
Gearoid Ryan Templederry Kenyons
The former county man and captain was instrumental all year, his physical presence and workrate adding to a scoring touch that saw him finish as the fourth highest scorer from play in the championship, no mean feat for a half forward.
Adrian Ryan Templederry Kenyons
Another experienced hand at club level, Adrian bagged 1-17 overall as Templederry proved a cut above their opposition in the knockout stages, the platform given to them by their creative half forward play was key to this.
Seamus Kennedy St.Mary’s
Possibly better known as a half back in Tipperary colours, Kennedy is accustomed to covering every blade of grass for Mary’s and predominantly features in the forwards, where he was the leading scorer from play in the Championship outside of those wearing green. Was key to Mary’s run to the semi final stage.
Eanna Murray Templederry Kenyons
Part of a dynamic Templederry attack, Murray has been a consistent performer at this grade for several years and was one of a number of notable performers at key times this year.
Michael Doyle Killenaule
Has enjoyed a renaissance this year, his contribution was clear to see on the scoring board amassing a total of 1-14 from play but Doyle also acted as the fulcrum of much of Killenaule’s good attacking play throughout the campaign.
Sean Ryan Templederry Kenyons
The standout player of the championship and our Seamus O’Riain HOTY, this may be seen as a breakthrough year for Ryan, with his total scoring contribution a mightily impressive six goals and 23 points- another up and coming player whose club form may see him feature at county level before long.