1. Patrick Doyle (Duhallow): The Duhallow number one was the number one choice for All-Star keeper after producing a highlight reel of saves across the season.
4. Rob Hegarty (Carbery Rangers): A dynamic young corner-back who marked big-name forwards all campaign. Stands out for his energetic defending and distinctive ‘Clarence Seedorf’ style sports glasses.
7. Lorcán McLoughlin (Duhallow): He might be better known as a hurler, but McLoughlin was a dual underage player for Cork and has been a regular in the divisional football team. This was his best campaign yet, raiding up the flanks time and again.
10. Enda Dennehy (St Finbarr’s): A speedy ball-carrier and clever link-man, Dennehy also chipped in with some crucial scores over the county-winning campaign. Struck for 1-3 against Carrigaline and a goal in the narrow victory over Douglas.
13. Seamus Hickey (Duhallow): As adept at securing long deliveries as he is at the running game, the Rockchapel attacker held off the strong claims of Michael Vaughan and Eoghan McSweeney for this berth. He struck 3-21 over Duhallow’s eight games, all from play. Some going.
15. Steven Sherlock (St Finbarr’s): The go-to forward in the St Finbarr’s attack, Sherlock’s tally was 3-37 in just five matches and he was especially brilliant against Ross in the county semi-final. Now graduating from U21, he has a bright future in Barrs blue and Rebel red in the coming years.