All-Ireland senior champions Galway dominate the 2021 Camogie All Stars team, with eight players taking home an All Stars award, and Aoife Donohue being named the Camogie Association/GPA Senior Players' Player of the Year.
It was a wonderful year for the Connacht county who also saw manager Cathal Murray win the Manager of the Year award during the refixed banquet in the Osprey Hotel, Naas on Friday night.
The remaining All Stars went to Cork and Kilkenny respectively, with the Rebels earning three awards, and Kilkenny taking home four.
The champions are represented through goalkeeper Sarah Healy, defenders Shauna Healy and Sarah Dervan, midfielder Niamh Kilkenny and forwards Aoife Donohue, Siobhan McGrath, Orlaith McGrath and Ailish O’Reilly.
Championship semi-finalists and National League winners Kilkenny have defenders Davina Tobin and Meghan Farrell in the 15, while Denise Gaule and Katie Nolan feature in the forwards.
For championship runners-up Cork Laura Hayes and Laura Treacy make it in defence and Hannah Looney claims a midfield accolade.
Antrim’s Maeve Kelly took the /Camogie Association/GPA Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year Award after a stunning run of performances throughout her side’s championship winning campaign.
Wexford midfielder Chloe Cashe was the winner of the 2021 Camogie Association/GPA Junior Players’ Player of the Year after dominating the Junior Championship, finishing with 0-07 in the final for the All-Ireland winners.
2021 All Stars Team
Sarah Healy (Galway); Shauna Healy (Galway), Sarah Dervan (Galway), Davina Tobin (Kilkenny); Megan Farrell (Kilkenny), Laura Treacy (Cork), Laura Hayes (Cork); Niamh Kilkenny (Galway), Hannah Looney (Cork); Aoife Donohoe (Galway), Katie Nolan (Kilkenny), Denise Gaule (Kilkenny); Siobhan McGrath (Galway), Orlaith McGrath (Galway), Ailish O' Reilly (Galway)