THE SLIGO Champion/Sligo GAA 2012 Club All Stars team revealed at a gala banquet in the Radisson Hotel last Friday was dominated by county champions, Curry.
The South Sligo club have the highest representation on the team, with seven players included in the awards.
The team is: Mark Rooney (St. Mary's), Kenneth Morley (Curry), Johnny Martyn (St. Mary's), Aodhan Brennan (Curry); Johnny Davey (St. Mary's), Adrian McIntyre (Tourlestrane), Kevin Gallagher (Eastern Harps); Sean Davey (Curry), Brian McDonagh (Curry); John McPartland (Coolera/Strandhill), Mark Breheny (St. Mary's), Niall McDonagh (Curry); David Maye (Curry), Adrian Marren (Curry), Niall Murphy (Coolera/Strandhill)
Five members of the team won their second All Stars awards, having also picked up honours in the inaugural scheme last year. They are Kenneth Morley, Johnny Martyn, who was named at centre field on the 2011 team, Adrian McIntyre, Mark Breheny and Niall Murphy.
Curry's 'magnificent seven' in the awards scheme reflected their outstanding year.
Kenneth Morley and Aodhan Brennan are worthy selections in the corner-back berths while the midfield pair of Sean Davey and Brian McDonagh are deserving choices in midfield in recognition of their influential roles in Curry's Championship succcess.
Niall McDonagh's versatility was an important weapon for the County Champions and he is rewarded with a place in the half-forward line.
Sharpshooter, Adrian Marren, who was also a widely acclaimed choice as the senior player of the year, is named at full forward after an outstanding season during which his personal scoring tally in the Championship was 4-40. David Maye gets the right corner forward berth in recognition of his huge contribution to Curry's triumph.
Championship runners-up, St. Mary's, have four players in the team. Mark Rooney, who produced a string of impressive displays during the season, is named in goals.
Johnny Martyn gets the full-back berth, Johnny Davey is named at right half back and Mark Breheny, who was once again among the top scorers int he Championship, is selected at centre-forward.
Two players from Coolera/Strandhill are honoured. John McPartland, who was back to his best form in 2012, gets the right half forward position while Niall Murphy, who followed up on his impressive debut year in 2011 with another great season, scoring a total of 4-35, is named at left corner forward.
Kevin Gallagher had a great season for Eastern Harps and is rewarded by inclusion in the All Stars team at left half back.
The 2011 champions, Tourlestrane, are represented by Adrian McIntyre, who is named at centre half back after another brilliant year for his club.
The Intermediate Player of the Year award goes to Padraig Doohan in recognition of his massive contribution to Bunninadden's Championship success
The Intermediate team which was revealed two weeks ago received their awards at Friday's banquet. The members of the team are David Flannery (Bunninadden), Liam Og Gormley (Bunninadden), Gary Feeney (Drumcliffe/Rosses Point), Cormac Coyne (Calry/St Joseph's); Neil Ewing (Drumcliffe/Rosses Point), Michael Gormley (Bunninadden), Garret Ryan (St. Farnan's); Padraig Doohan (Bunninadden), Noel McGuire (Easkey); Kevin Langan (Castleconnor), Vincent Frizzell (Bunninadden), Paul Logan (Drumcliffe/Rosses Point); Mark Gormley (Bunninadden), Padraig Clarke (St. Pat's), Niall Judge (Castleconnor)
John Brennan, the great Coolaney/Mullinabreena stalwart, is a popular recepient of the Hall of Fame award.
He has the distinction of having won minor and senior Connacht Championship medals with Sligo during a distinguished playing career.
He has also given sterling service to his club as player, coach and administrator, winning three junior championship medals.
This year, he was one of six 'Club Hero' candidates with Coolaney/Mullinabreena who raised over €90,000 for club development projects.