Powerful in the air and in the tackle, Barry made the most of his size and strength at full-back. Granted, the division coughed up too many goals, but the Castlelyons native stood out throughout the campaign.
Captain of the Rebel minors two years ago, Murphy is maturing into the definition of reliability with his club. Terrific in the replay win over UCC and did a top job on Seamus Harnedy in the draw with Imokilly.
Recast as a teak-tough wing-back, the ex-Cork senior forward previously hurled in a county final with CIT. His fire and fury was evident from the first round against Bishoptown and he was particularly brilliant in the county final.
While they might not have made the business end of championship, Killeagh were involved in some cracking games. Rookie Keniry was their sharpshooter, 3-24 in just four ties, including their epic upset against Douglas.
The 21-year-old had a breakout summer, with his clinical free-taking and eye for goal as he blasted 3-30 to send Piarsaighs to the last four.