The top gaelic footballers and hurlers of 2018 converged on The Convention Centre for the annual All-Stars Awards banquet last night...
Every Gaelic Football team of 15 has 2 midfielders on it.— Brendan Patrick McDermott (@ComedyEBook) November 3, 2018
What an unbelievable honour for #Raheny #GAA in #Dublin (who are All Ireland Champions 2018) to fill these 2 positions as Best in 32 Counties of #Ireland with genuine stars #BrianFenton and #BrianHoward.
The development of David Clifford has been amazing but natural ability will only take you so far, application and dedication to your sport are required to succeed...this guy has everything you want in a young sportsman...well done David! #welldeserved— Ronan Hussey (@ronanhuz13) November 3, 2018
Humble as ever - what a great ambassador for both his club and county. A very proud moment for his family too, and a tad emotional no doubt.— Scotstown GAA (@ScotstownGAA) November 2, 2018
Rory, you are, "simply the best" 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/pTEp6p5rKY
Great speech by @cianlynch12 last night. Honest man who knows and shows the importance of family, club and county. Special congrats to @eoinscruff on well deserved 2nd All Star. Great role models to all young players growing up. #PwCAllStars #rollon2019 https://t.co/oANA28pmg6— Kieran Joyce (@joycek87) November 3, 2018
@eoinscruff congrats bud .... well deserved— Michael Fennelly (@MFennellyKK) November 2, 2018
Ah sure Jonny I don’t know myself!! I never played full back in my life!! Some laugh!! 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/3cNGyVlUUF— Andrew Shore (@andrewshore90) November 2, 2018
Well done David Clifford on All Star and young footballer of the year but his greatest accomplishment in my view is the the way he has made the transition from minor to senior seem seamless !! https://t.co/hKyapaJCAf— Marc Ó Sé (@osemarc2) November 2, 2018
I’ve never been a fan of individual awards in a team sport. This year’s All Stars probably illustrates it better than ever. All winners worthy but huge team players left off #Hayes #tommorrissey No All Irl without these two.— Michael Duignan (@DuignanMichael) November 2, 2018