Sarsfield's Siobhan McGrath has been named as the AIB Camogie Club Player of the Year.
The full-forward scored 1-04, including the late winning goal, in the All-Ireland final victory over Slaughtneil at Croke Park in March.
McGrath was one of six Sarsfield's players named on the senior club championship team-of-the-year.
"It's a huge honor for me personally," McGrath said. "It could have gone to a good few of the girls on the Sarsfields team, we had stand out performance all throughout the pitch in 2019 and 2020.
"I'm just happy that it was me but it could have been any of them."
McGrath paid tribute to her sister Orla, who set her up for what proved to be the winning goal in the club final and who was also included in the team-of-the-year.
"At the time I don't know what was going through my head when Orla made that run," McGrath said. "She travelled about 40 yards with the ball, getting off four defenders as well so she clearly did all the work.
"I was just lucky to be in the right place at the right time. She passed it straight into my path so if I didn't score I would have been killed to be honest."
Sarsfields are @officialcamogie All-Ireland champions - this Siobhan McGrath goal helped them to defeat Slaughtneil at Croke Park!@aib_gaa#TheToughest #RTEGAA pic.twitter.com/sPcuDmD7nv— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) March 1, 2020
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