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Camogie All Star nominations announced - Wednesday, October 26, 2005
37 players have been nominated for the Camogie All Stars 2005. All Ireland champions, Cork, top the bill with ten nominations while beaten finalists, Tipperary, have seven, Wexford six, Galway and Dublin four, Kilkenny and Clare two and Limerick and Laois one.

The All Star team will be announced live on Saturday November 12th at a Gala Banquet in the CityWest Hotel. The awards, crafted by Jarlath Daly, will be presented by Guest of Honour, Ossie Kilkenny, chairperson of the Irish Sports Council, and Miriam O’Callaghan, President of Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael.

Nine of last years All Stars are nominated again: Aoife Murray, Cork, Suzanne Kelly, Tipperary, Áine Codd, Wexford, Mary Leacy, Wexford, Therese Brophy, Tipperary, Gemma O’Connor, Cork, Kate Kelly, Wexford, Clare Grogan, Tipperary and Jennifer O’Leary, Cork. Also nominated this year are Rena Buckley and Briege Corkery who have the honour of also being nominated for a ladies football All Star.

Four players from the minor grade have been nominated for Young Player of the Year: Colette McSorley, Armagh, Katie Power, Kilkenny, Siobhán Flannery, Offaly, Aoife McLoughney, Tipperary.

A new addition to the awards this year is the Manager of the Year award. Nominated are Sharon Glynn, Galway, John Cronin, Cork and Peter Lucey, Dublin.

For further information regarding the All Stars banquet contact Sinéad O’Connor or Phil Clarke at 01 8364619 or info@camogie.ie

NOMINATIONS
Manager of the Year County
John Cronin Cork
Sharon Glynn Galway
Peter Lucey Dublin

Goalkeepers
Aoife Murray Cork
Jovita Delaney Tipperary
Caitriona Ryan Kilkenny

Backs
Therese Maher Galway
Sinéad Cahalan Galway
Regina Glynn Galway
Catherine O’Loughlin Wexford
Áine Codd Wexford
Deirdre Codd Wexford
Mary O’Connor Cork
Briege Corkery Cork
Anna Geary Cork
Rena Buckley Cork
Suzanne Kelly Tipperary
Therese Brophy Tipperary
Julie Kirwan Tipperary
Caitrióna Power Dublin

Midfield
Gemma O’Connor Cork
Kate Kelly Wexford
Ciara Lucey Dublin
Philly Fogarty Tipperary
Deirdre Murphy Clare
Imelda Kennedy Kilkenny

Forwards
Eimear McDonnell Tipperary
Clare Grogan Tipperary
Jennifer O’Leary Cork
Emer Dillon Cork
Stephanie Dunlea Cork
Rachel Maloney Cork
Ursula Jacob Wexford
Mary Leacy Wexford
Louise O’Mahony Laois
Lourda Kavanagh Galway
Aoife Sheehan Limerick
Catherine O’Loughlin Clare
Ciara Durkan Dublin
Louise O’Hara Dublin

Young Player of the Year
Colette McSorley Armagh
Aoife McLoughney Tipperary
Katie Power Kilkenny
Siobhán Flannery Offaly


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