GAA All Stars Awards winners (football)


GAA All Stars Awards winners (football)

This is a list of all past winners of the official GAA All Stars Awards since the first awards in 1971. As an insight to the prominent players of the 1960s, it also includes the unofficial "Cuchulainn" awards presented from 1963 to 1967 under the auspices of Gaelic Weekly magazine.

For each year since 1995, when the official award began, the All Stars Footballer of the Year is highlighted with FOTY. If the footballer of the year did not win an All-stars award, his name is added to the list as FOTY. The unofficial Texaco Footballer of the Year, awarded since 1958, is a guide to the leading players of the past.

1963 Cú Chulainn Awards

Andy Phillips (Wicklow), Gabriel Kelly (Cavan), Noel Tierney (Galway), Pa Connolly (Kildare), Seamus Murphy (Kerry), Paddy Holden (Dublin), Martin Newell (Galway), Mick Garrett (Galway), Des Foley (Dublin), Sean O'Neill (Down), Mickey Whelan (Dublin), Tom Browne (Laois), Jimmy Whan (Armagh), Tom Long (Kerry), Pat Donnellan (Galway)

FOTY:Lar Foley (Dublin)

1964 Cú Chulainn Awards

Kieran Keane (Ballyduff), Johnny Geraghty (Galway), Gabriel Kelly (Cavan), Noel Tierney (Galway), Peter Darby (Meath), Enda Colleran (Galway), Paddy Holden (Dublin), Frank Lynch (Louth), Mick O'Connell (Kerry), Mick Reynolds (Galway), Cyril Dunne (Galway), Mattie McDonagh (Galway), Mickey Kearns (Sligo), Sean O'Neill (Down), Charlie Gallagher (Cavan), Paddy Doherty (Down)

1965 Cú Chulainn Awards

Kieran Keane (Ballyduff), Johnny Geraghty (Galway), Enda Colleran (Galway), Tom McCreesh (Armagh), Bosco McDermott (Galway), Donie O'Sullivan (Kerry), Paddy Holden (Dublin), Martin Newell (Galway), Mick O'Connell (Kerry), Des Foley (Dublin), Cyril Dunne (Galway), Mickey Kearns (Sligo), Seamus Leydon (Galway), Sean Murray (Longford), Sean O'Neill (Down), Paddy Doherty (Down)

1966 Cú Chulainn Awards

Johnny Geraghty (Galway), Enda Colleran (Galway), Jack Quinn (Meath), Peter Darby (Meath), Pat Collier (Meath), Mick Carolan (Kildare), Brendan Barden (Longford) Pat Donnellan (Galway), Ray Carolan (Cavan), Mickey Kearns (Sligo), Mattie McDonagh (Galway), Seamus Leydon (Galway), Pat Dunny (Kildare), Con O'Sullivan (Cork), John Keenan (Galway)

1967 Cú Chulainn Awards

Billy Morgan (Cork), Gabriel Kelly (Cavan), Jack Quinn (Meath), Seamus O'Connor (Mayo), Frank Cogan (Cork), Bertie Cunningham (Meath), Pat Reynolds (Meath), Mick Burke (Cork), Ray Carolan (Cavan), Cyril Dunne (Galway), Joe Langan (Mayo), Joe Corcoran (Mayo), Sean O'Connell (Derry), Con O'Sullivan (Cork), Sean O'Neill (Down)

1968

No All Star Team

1969

No All Star Team

1970

No All Star Team

1971: First "All-Star" Awards

P.J.Smyth (Galway), Johnny Carey (Mayo), Jack Cosgrove (Galway), Donie O'Sullivan (Kerry), Eugene Mulligan (Offaly), Nicholas Clavin (Offaly), Pat Reynolds (Meath), Liam Sammon (Galway), Willie Bryan (Offaly), Tony McTague (Offaly), Ray Cummins (Cork), Mickey Kearns (Sligo), Andy McCallin (Antrim), Sean O'Neill (Down), Seamus Leydon (Galway)

1972

Martin Furlong (Offaly), Mick Ryan (Offaly), Paddy McCormack (Offaly), Donie O'Sullivan (Kerry), Brian McEniff (Donegal), Tommy Joe Gilmore (Galway), Kevin Jer O'Sullivan (Cork), Willie Bryan (Offaly), Mick O'Connell (Kerry), Johnny Cooney (Offaly), Kevin Kilmurray (Offaly), Tony McTague (Offaly), Mickey Freyne (Roscommon), Sean O'Neill (Down), Paddy Moriarty (Armagh)

1973

Billy Morgan (Cork), Frank Cogan (Cork), Mick Ryan (Offaly), Brian Murphy (Cork), Liam O'Neill (Galway), Tommy Joe Gilmore (Galway), Kevin Jer O'Sullivan (Cork), John O'Keeffe (Kerry), Dinny Long (Cork), Johnny Cooney (Offaly), Kevin Kilmurray (Offaly), Liam Sammon (Galway), Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork), Ray Cummins (Cork), Anthony McGurk (Derry)

1974

Paddy Cullen (Dublin), Donal Monaghan (Donegal), Sean Doherty (Dublin), Robbie Kelleher (Dublin), Paddy Reilly (Dublin), Barnes Murphy (Sligo), Johnny Hughes (Galway), Dermot Earley (Roscommon), Paudie Lynch (Kerry), Tom Naughton (Galway), Declan Barron (Cork), David Hickey (Dublin), Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork), Jimmy Keaveney (Dublin), Johnny Tobin (Galway)

1975

Paud O'Mahony (Kerry), Gay O'Driscoll (Dublin), John O'Keeffe (Kerry), Robbie Kelleher (Dublin), Peter Stevenson (Derry), Anthony McGurk (Derry), Ger Power (Kerry), Dinny Long (Cork), Colm McAlarney (Down), Gerry McElhinney (Derry), Ken Rennicks (Meath), Mickey O'Sullivan (Kerry), John Egan (Kerry), Matt Kerrigan (Meath), Anton O'Toole(Dublin)

1976

Paddy Cullen (Dublin), Ger O'Keeffe (Kerry), John O'Keeffe (Kerry), Brian Murphy (Cork), Johnny Hughes (Galway), Kevin Moran (Dublin), Ger Power (Kerry), Brian Mullins (Dublin), Dave McCarthy (Cork), Anton O'Toole (Dublin), Tony Hanahoe (Dublin), David Hickey (Dublin), Bobby Doyle (Dublin), Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Pat Spillane (Kerry)

1977

Paddy Cullen (Dublin), Gay O'Driscoll (Dublin), Pat Lindsay (Roscommon), Robbie Kelleher (Dublin), Tommy Drumm (Dublin), Paddy Moriarty (Armagh), Pat O'Neill (Dublin), Brian Mullins (Dublin), Joe Kernan (Armagh), Anton O'Toole (Dublin), Jimmy Smith (Armagh), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Bobby Doyle (Dublin), Jimmy Keaveney (Dublin), John Egan (Kerry)

1978

Ollie Crinnigan (Kildare), Harry Keegan (Roscommon), John O'Keeffe (Kerry), Robbie Kelleher (Dublin), Tommy Drumm (Dublin), Ollie Brady (Cavan), Paudie Lynch (Kerry), Colm McAlarney (Down), Connor (Offaly), Ger Power (Kerry), Declan Barron (Cork), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Jimmy Keaveney (Dublin), John Egan (Kerry)

1979

Paddy Cullen (Dublin), Eugene Hughes (Monaghan), John O'Keeffe (Kerry), Tom Heneghan (Roscommon), Tommy Drumm (Dublin), Tim Kennelly (Kerry), Danny Murray (Roscommon), Dermot Earley (Roscommon), Bernard Brogan (Dublin), Ger Power (Kerry), Sean Walsh (Kerry), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Sean Lowry (Offaly), Joe McGrath (Mayo)

1980

Charlie Nelligan (Kerry), Harry Keegan (Roscommon), Kevin Kehily (Cork), Gerry Connellan (Roscommon), Kevin McCabe (Tyrone), Tim Kennelly (Kerry), Danny Murray (Roscommon), Jack O'Shea (Kerry), Colm McKinstry (Armagh), Ger Power (Kerry), Dinny Allen (Cork), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Matt Connor (Offaly), Eoin Liston (Kerry), John Egan (Kerry)

1981

Martin Furlong (Offaly), Jimmy Deenihan (Kerry), Paddy Kennedy (Down), Paudie Lynch (Kerry), Páidí Ó Sé (Kerry), Richie Connor (Offaly), Seamus McHugh (Galway), Jack O'Shea (Kerry), Sean Walsh (Kerry), Barry Brennan (Galway), Ogie Moran (Kerry), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Eoin Liston (Kerry), Brendan Lowry (Offaly)

1982

Martin Furlong (Offaly), Mick Fitzgerald (Offaly), Liam O'Connor (Offaly), Kevin Kehily (Cork), Páidí Ó Sé (Kerry), Sean Lowry (Offaly), Liam Currams (Offaly), Jack O'Shea (Kerry), Padraig Dunne (Offaly), Peter McGinnity (Fermanagh), Joe Kernan (Armagh), Matt Connor (Offaly), Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Eoin Liston (Kerry), John Egan (Kerry)

1983

Martin Furlong (Offaly), Páidí Ó Sé (Kerry), Stephen Kinneavy (Galway), John Evans (Cork), Pat Canavan (Dublin), Tommy Drumm (Dublin), Jimmy Kerrigan (Cork), Jack O'Shea (Kerry), Liam Austin (Down), Barney Rock (Dublin), Matt Connor (Offaly), Greg Blaney (Down), Martin McHugh (Donegal), Colm O'Rourke (Meath), Joe McNally (Dublin)

1984

John O'Leary (Dublin), Páidí Ó Sé (Kerry), Mick Lyons (Meath), Seamus McHugh (Galway), Tommy Doyle (Kerry), Tom Spillane (Kerry), P.J. Buckley (Dublin), Jack O'Shea (Kerry), Eugene McKenna (Tyrone), Barney Rock (Dublin), Eoin Liston (Kerry), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Frank McGuigan (Tyrone), Dermot McNicholl (Derry).

1985

John O'Leary (Dublin), Páidí Ó Sé (Kerry), Gerry Hargan (Dublin), Mick Spillane (Kerry), Tommy Doyle (Kerry), Cathal Murray (Monaghan), Dermot Flanagan (Mayo), Jack O'Shea (Kerry), Willie Joe Padden (Mayo), Barney Rock (Dublin), Tommy Conroy (Dublin), Pat Spillane (Kerry), Kevin MsStay (Mayo), Paul Earley (Roscommon), Eugene Hughes (Monaghan)

1986

Charlie Nelligan (Kerry), Harry Keegan (Roscommon), Mick Lyons (Meath), John Lynch (Tyrone), Tommy Doyle (Kerry), Tom Spillane (Kerry), Colm Browne (Laois), Plunkett Donaghy (Tyrone), Liam Irwin (Laois), Ray McCarron (Monaghan), Eugene McKenna (Tyrone), Pat Spillane(Kerry) Mikey Sheehy (Kerry), Damian O'Hagan (Tyrone), Ger Power (Kerry).

1987

Gerry McEntee (Meath), John Kearns (Cork), Robbie O'Malley (Meath), Colman Corrigan (Cork), Tony Scullion (Derry), Niall Cahalane (Cork), Tom Spillane (Kerry), Ger Lynch (Kerry), Brian McGilligan (Derry), David Beggy (Meath)
Larry Tompkins (Cork), Kieran Duff (Dublin), Val Daly (Galway), Brian Stafford (Meath), Bernard Flynn (Meath)

1988

Paddy Linden (Monaghan), Robbie O'Malley (Meath), Colman Corrigan (Cork), Mick Kennedy (Dublin), Niall Cahalane (Cork), Noel McCaffrey (Dublin), Martin O'Connell (Meath), Shea Fahy (Cork), Liam Hayes(Meath), Maurice Fitzgerald (Kerry), Larry Tompkins (Cork), Kieran Duff (Dublin), Colm O'Rourke (Meath), Brian Stafford (Meath) Eugene Hughes (Monaghan)

1989

Gabriel Irwin (Mayo), Jimmy Browne (Mayo), Gerry Hargan (Dublin), Dermot Flanagan (Mayo), Connie Murphy (Kerry), Conor Counihan (Cork), Tony Davis (Cork), Teddy McCarthy (Cork), Willie Joe Padden (Mayo), Dave Barry (Cork), Larry Tompkins (Cork), Noel Durkin (Mayo), Paul McGrath (Cork), Eugene McKenna (Tyrone), Tony McManus (Roscommon)

1990

John Kearns (Cork), Robbie O'Malley (Meath), Steven O'Brien (Cork), Terry Ferguson (Meath), Michael Slocum (Cork), Conor Counihan (Cork), Martin O'Connell (Meath), Shea Fahy (Cork), Mickey Quinn (Leitrim), David Beggy (Meath), Val Daly (Galway), Joyce McMullan (Donegal), Paul McGrath (Cork), Kevin O'Brien (Wicklow), James McCartan (Down)

1991

Michael McQuillan (Meath), Mick Deegan (Dublin), Conor Deegan (Down), Enon Gavin (Roscommon), Tommy Carr (Dublin), Keith Barr (Dublin), Martin O'Connell (Meath), Barry Breen (Down), Martin Lynch (Kildare), Ross Carr (Down), Greg Blaney (Down), Tommy Dowd (Meath), Colm O'Rourke (Meath), Brian Stafford (Meath), Bernard Flynn (Meath)

1992

Gary Walsh (Donegal), Seamus Clancy (Clare), Matt Gallagher (Donegal), Tony Scullion (Derry), Paul Curran (Dublin), Martin Gavigan (Donegal), Eamon Heery (Dublin), Anthony Molloy (Donegal), T.J.Kilgallon (Mayo), Anthony Tohill (Derry), Martin McHugh (Donegal), James McHugh (Donegal), Tony Boyle (Donegal), Vinny Murphy (Dublin), Enda Gormley (Derry)

1993

John O'Leary (Dublin), John Joe Doherty (Donegal), Dermot Deasy (Dublin), Tony Scullion (Derry), Johnny McGurk (Derry), Henry DowneyFOTY (Derry), Gary Coleman (Derry), Anthony Tohill (Derry), Brian McGilligan (Derry), Kevin O'Neill (Mayo), Joe Kavanagh (Cork), Charlie Redmond (Dublin), Colin Corkery (Cork), Ger Houlihan (Armagh), Enda Gormley (Derry)

1994

John O'Leary (Dublin), Michael Magill (Down), Séamus Quinn (Leitrim), Paul Higgins (Down), Graham Geraghty (Meath), Steven O'Brien (Cork), D.J.Kane (Down), Jack Sheedy (Dublin), Greg McCartan (Down), Peter Canavan (Tyrone), Greg Blaney (Down), James McCartan (Down), Micky Linden (Down), Tommy Dowd (Meath), Charlie Redmond (Dublin)

1995

John O'Leary (Dublin), Tony Scullion (Derry), Mark O'Connor (Cork), Fay Devlin (Tyrone), Paul Curran (Dublin), Keith Barr (Dublin), Steven O'Brien (Cork), Brian Stynes (Dublin), Anthony Tohill (Derry), Ja Fallon (Galway), Dessie Farrell (Dublin), Paul Clarke (Dublin), Tommy Dowd (Meath), Peter CanavanFOTY (Tyrone), Charlie Redmond (Dublin)

1996

Finbar McConnell (Tyrone), Kenneth Mortimer (Mayo), Darren Fay (Meath), Martin O'ConnellFOTY (Meath), Pat Holmes (Mayo), James Nallen (Mayo), Paul Curran (Dublin), John McDermott(Meath), Liam McHale (Mayo), Trevor Giles (Meath), Tommy Dowd (Meath), James Horan (Mayo), Joe Brolly (Derry), Peter Canavan (Tyrone), Maurice Fitzgerald (Kerry)

1997

Declan O'Keeffe (Kerry), Kenneth Mortimer (Mayo), Davy Dalton (Kildare), Cathal Daly (Offaly), Séamus Moynihan (Kerry), Glenn Ryan (Kildare), Eamon Breen (Kerry), Pat Fallon (Mayo), Niall Buckley (Kildare), Pa Laide (Kerry), Trevor Giles (Meath), Dermot McCabe (Cavan), Joe Brolly (Derry), Brendan Reilly (Meath), Maurice FitzgeraldFOTY (Kerry)

1998

Martin McNamara (Galway), Brian Lacey (Kildare), Seán Marty Lockhart (Derry), Tomas Mannion (Galway), John Finn (Kildare), Glenn Ryan(Kildare), Sean Óg de Paor (Galway), John McDermott (Meath), Kevin Walsh (Galway), Michael DonnellanFOTY (Galway), Ja Fallon (Galway), Dermot Earley (Kildare), Karl O'Dwyer (Kildare), Pádraic Joyce (Galway), Declan Browne (Tipperary)

1999

Kevin O’Dwyer (Cork), Mark O’Reilly (Meath), Darran Fay (Meath), Anthony Lynch (Cork), Ciaran O’Sullivan (Cork), Kieran McGeeney (Armagh), Paddy Reynolds (Meath), John McDermott (Meath), Ciarán Whelan (Dublin), Diarmuid Marsden (Armagh), Trevor GilesFOTY (Meath), James Horan (Mayo), Philip Clifford (Cork), Graham Geraghty (Meath), Ollie Murphy (Meath)

2000

Declan O’Keeffe (Kerry), Kieran McKeever (Derry), Séamus Moynihan (Kerry), Michael McCarthy (Kerry), Declan Meehan (Galway), Kieran McGeeney (Armagh), Anthony Rainbow (Kildare), Anthony Tohill (Derry), Darragh Ó Sé (Kerry), Michael Donnellan (Galway), Liam Hassett (Kerry), Oisin McConville (Armagh), Mike Frank Russell (Kerry), Pádraic Joyce (Galway), Derek Savage (Galway)

FOTY:Johnny Crowley (Kerry)

2001

Cormac Sullivan (Meath), Kieran Fitzgerald (Galway), Darren Fay (Meath), Coman Goggins (Dublin), Declan Meehan (Galway), Francie Grehan (Roscommon), Seán Óg de Paor (Galway), Kevin Walsh (Galway), Rory O'Connell (Westmeath), Evan Kelly (Meath), Stephen O'Neill (Tyrone), Michael DonnellanFOTY (Galway), Ollie Murphy (Meath), Pádraic Joyce (Galway), John Crowley (Kerry),

2002

Stephen Cluxton (Dublin), Enda McNulty (Armagh), Paddy Christie (Dublin), Anthony Lynch (Cork), Aidan O'Rourke (Armagh), Kieran McGeeneyFOTY (Armagh), Kevin Cassidy (Donegal), Darragh Ó Sé (Kerry), Paul McGrane (Armagh), Stephen McDonnell (Armagh), Eamonn O'Hara (Sligo), Oisin McConville (Armagh), Peter Canavan (Tyrone), Ray Cosgrove (Dublin), Colm Cooper (Kerry),

2003

Fergal Byron (Laois), Francis Bellew (Armagh), Cormac McAnallen (Tyrone), Joe Higgins (Laois), Conor Gormley (Tyrone), Tom Kelly (Laois), Phillip Jordan (Tyrone), Kevin Walsh (Galway), Sean Cavanagh (Tyrone), Brian Dooher (Tyrone), Brian McGuigan (Tyrone), Declan Browne (Tipperary), Stephen McDonnellFOTY (Armagh), Peter Canavan (Tyrone), Adrian Sweeney (Donegal)

2004

Diarmuid Murphy (Kerry), Tom O'Sullivan (Kerry), Barry Owens (Fermanagh), Michael McCarthy (Kerry), Tomás Ó SéFOTY (Kerry), James Nallen (Mayo), John Keane (Westmeath), Martin McGrath (Fermanagh), Sean Cavanagh (Tyrone), Paul Galvin (Kerry), Ciarán McDonald (Mayo), Dessie Dolan (Westmeath), Colm Cooper (Kerry), Enda Muldoon (Derry), Matty Forde (Wexford)

2005

Diarmuid Murphy (Kerry), Ryan McMenamin (Tyrone), Michael McCarthy (Kerry), Andy Mallon (Armagh), Tomás Ó Sé (Kerry), Conor Gormley (Tyrone), Phillip Jordan (Tyrone), Sean Cavanagh (Tyrone), Paul McGrane (Armagh), Brian Dooher (Tyrone), Peter Canavan (Tyrone), Eoin Mulligan (Tyrone), Colm Cooper (Kerry),Stephen O'NeillFOTY (Tyrone), Stephen McDonnell (Armagh)

2006

Stephen Cluxton (Dublin); Marc Ó Sé (Kerry), Barry Owens (Fermanagh), Karl Lacey (Donegal); Séamus Moynihan (Kerry), Ger Spillane (Cork), Aidan O'Mahony (Kerry); Nicholas Murphy (Cork), Darragh Ó Sé (Kerry); Paul Galvin (Kerry), Alan Brogan (Dublin), Alan Dillon (Mayo), Conor Mortimer (Mayo), Kieran DonaghyFOTY (Kerry), Rónán Clarke (Armagh).

2007

Stephen Cluxton (Dublin); Marc Ó SéFOTY (Kerry), Kevin McCloy (Derry), Graham Canty (Cork); Tomás Ó Sé (Kerry), Aidan O'Mahony (Kerry), Barry Cahill (Dublin); Ciarán Whelan (Dublin), Darragh Ó Sé (Kerry); Stephen Bray (Meath), Declan O'Sullivan (Kerry), Alan Brogan (Dublin); Colm Cooper (Kerry), Paddy Bradley (Derry), Tomás Freeman (Monaghan).

ummary

As of October 19, 2007, 333 different footballers have received awards. For those with the highest numbers of awards, see GAA All Stars Awards. Players are from the following counties:
*Kerry, 43
*Dublin, 33
*Cork, 25
*Meath, 25
*Galway, 23
*Mayo, 19
*Tyrone, 19
*Derry, 17
*Offaly, 17
*Armagh, 15
*Down, 14
*Donegal, 14
*Roscommon, 11
*Kildare, 10
*Laois, 5
*Monaghan, 5
*Fermanagh, 3
*Sligo, 3
*Westmeath, 3
*Cavan, 2
*Leitrim, 2
*Wicklow, 1
*Antrim, 1
*Tipperary, 1
*Clare, 1
*Wexford, 1

Louth, Carlow, Kilkenny**, Longford, Waterford, Limerick and London have not had a football award winner.

** Kilkenny no long compete in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

ee also

* GAA All Stars Awards Past Winners (Hurling)
* GAA All Stars Awards Past Winners (Ladies Football)
* GAA All Stars Awards Past Winners (Camogie)

External links

* http://www.gaa.ie/page/football_all_stars.html


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