Bohemians striker Georgie Kelly won the PFAI Player of the Year award with his team-mate Dawson Devoy taking the Young Player of the Year prize at tonight's PFAI awards banquet at the Marker Hotel.

Kelly, who finished top scorer in the Premier Division with 21 league goals, took the main prize ahead of fellow nominees Roberto Lopes and Chris Forrester.

Another Bohs player, Devoy, took home the young player award ahead of team-mate Ross Tierney and UCD's Colm Whelan.

Champions Shamrock Rovers, who failed to get a nominee in either player category, didn't go home from the banquet empty-handed, with Stephen Bradley winning the Manager of the Year gong ahead of Stephen O'Donnell and Ruadhri Higgins.

Shelbourne's Ryan Brennan won the First Division Player of the Year award, with departed Shels boss Ian Morris winning the First Division Manager of the Year award.

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu won the Overseas Player of the Year award, while Heather Payne won the women's international Player of the Year prize.