Striker Kevin Doyle has been honoured with the two major honours at the 21st 3/FAI International Football Awards in RTÉ on Sunday night.

Wolverhampton Wanderers man Doyle was deemed to have shone brightest in 2010, as he scooped both the Senior International Player of the Year accolade and the 3 International Goal of the Year gong for his strike against Andorra in the Euro 2012 qualifiers.

Reading's Shane Long captured the Young International Player of the Year, Seamus Coleman was crowned the Under-21 Player of the Year, while Gary Twigg was voted the Airtricity League Player of the Year.

The Republic of Ireland Women's Under-17 squad were awarded the Special Merit Award for their FIFA Women's World Cup campaign.

Former Republic of Ireland striker Frank Stapleton was inducted into the FAI Hall of Fame, while Wales and Liverpool record goalscorer Ian Rush was awarded the 3/FAI International Personality of the Year.

3/FAI International Player of the Year Award winners:

Senior International Player of the Year
Kevin Doyle (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

3 International Goal of the Year
Kevin Doyle (v Andorra)

Young International Player of the Year
Shane Long (Reading)

Under-21 International Player of the Year
Seamus Coleman (Everton)

Airtricity League Player of the Year
Gary Twigg (Shamrock Rovers)

Hall of Fame
Frank Stapleton

International Personality
Ian Rush

Special Merit Award
Republic of Ireland Women's Under-17 team

Under-19 International Player of the Year
Conor Clifford (Chelsea)

Under-17 International Player of the Year
Sean McGinty (Manchester United)

Under-16 International Player of the Year
Mikey Drennan (Aston Villa)

Senior Women's International Player of the Year
Fiona O'Sullivan (AIK Stockholm)

Under-19 Women's International Player of the Year
Becky Walsh (Salthill Devon)

Junior International Player of the Year
Ross Carrig (Killester Utd)

Intermediate Player of the Year
Seamie Crowe (Athenry)

Football for All International Player of the Year
Richard Dougherty (Irish Deaf Men's Squad)

FAI School's International Player of the Year
Robert Benson (Marist College, Athlone)