All-Ireland winners Cork dominated the 2016 TG4 All Star team with six awards, one ahead of runners-up Dublin, at the gala celebration at Citywest Hotel on Saturday night.

Cork edged Dublin in the final for the third year in a row in September.

Monaghan claimed a pair of All Stars with Kildare and Mayo receiving one place each.

Briege Corkery joined Cora Staunton and Mary Jo Curran as the most decorated player of all time with 10 All Star awards.

Corkery was joined on the 2016 selection by Cork team-mates Marie Ambrose, Bríd Stack, Leah Caffrey, Deirdre O’Reilly,  Ciara O’Sullivan and Orla Finn.

Bríd Stack rounded off a great night for Cork when the 11 -time All-Ireland winner and seven-time All Star was also named Senior Players' Player of the Year.

Dublin's Sinead Goldrick earned her fifth All Star award in a row with Leah Caffrey earning her first.

Dublin captain Noelle Healy won her second at right half-forward as did Carla Rowe at left half-forward. Dublin’s ace sharpshooter Sinead Aherne claimed her fifth for her brilliant performances with the Leinster Champions.

Monaghan duo Ciara McAnespie and Gráinne McNally were both rewarded for their efforts in helping Monaghan to the Ulster title this year.

Mayo dynamo Fiona McHale was selected at midfield with Kildare’s brilliant netminder, Mary Hulgraine, adding her first All Star award to add to the Player of the Match award she won with Kildare in their TG4 Intermediate All Ireland Final triumph.

Longford's Mairéad Reynolds was selected as the Junior Players' Player of the Year and Aisling Holton was selected as the Intermediate Player’s Player of the Year.