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Ladies' Gaelic Football All Stars Awards

The Ladies' Gaelic Football All Stars Awards have been hosted annually by the Ladies' Gaelic Football Association since 1980. The All Stars are sponsored by TG4. O'Neills have also helped sponsor the awards. All Stars are awarded to the best Ladies' Gaelic football players in each of the fifteen playing positions, effectively forming an All Star team. Between 1980 and 2002 the All Stars played an annual exhibition game against the winners of the All-Ireland Senior Ladies' Football Championship. Since 2004 the LGFA have organised bi-annual overseas exhibition games featuring two All Star selections. Since 2011 the LGFA has also organised three Player's Player of the Year awards, one each for the Senior, Intermediate and Junior All-Ireland Championships. These awards are announced and presented at the same ceremony as the All Stars. Mary J. Curran of Kerry and Cora Staunton of Mayo hold the all time record for winning the most All Stars.

Ladies' Gaelic Football All Stars Awards
Sponsored byTG4
CountryRepublic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Presented byLadies' Gaelic Football Association
First awarded1980
Most awardsGort GAA colours.png Mary J. Curran (Kerry)
Mayo colours.PNG Cora Staunton (Mayo)
(11 awards each)
Websiteladiesgaelic.ie
RelatedSenior Player's Player of the Year
Intermediate Player's Player of the Year
Junior Player's Player of the Year

GAA GPA All Stars Awards
Camogie All Stars Awards
Rounders All Stars Awards

All Star TeamsEdit

Season All Star Team
1980 [1] 1. Martina McGuire (Cavan); 2. Ann Maher (Roscommon) 3. Eileen O'Connor (Kerry) 4. Nuala Egan (Roscommon) 5. Bernadette Stankard (Galway) 6. Rose Dunican (Offaly) 7. Mary Troy (Laois); 8. Josie Stapleton (Tipperary) 9. Ann Molloy (Offaly); 10. Elizabeth O'Brien (Roscommon) 11. Eileen Lawlor (Kerry) 12. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 13. Lilian Gory (Tipperary) 14. Agnes Gorman (Offaly) 15. Rose Curley (Meath)
1981 [2] 1. Martina McGuire (Cavan); 2. Ann Maher (Tipperary) 3. Eileen O'Connor (Kerry) 4. Bridget Sheridan (Cavan) 5. Bernadette Stankard (Galway) 6. Rose Dunican (Offaly) 7. Bernie Dunne (Offaly); 8. Mary Twomey (Kerry) 9. Jean Dunne (Offaly); 10. Bridget Reynolds (Offaly) 11. Elizabeth O'Brien (Roscommon) 12. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 13. Lilian Gory (Tipperary) 14. Deirdre Quinn (Leitrim) 15. Patricia O'Brien (Cavan) (Note 1)
1982 [3] 1. Hilda O'Leary (Kerry); 2. Ann Molloy (Offaly) 3. Tracy Monahan (Leitrim) 4. Josie Briorty (Cavan) 5. Margaret Lawlor (Kerry) 6. Marion O'Shea (Tipperary) 7. Bernie Dunne (Offaly); 8. Mary Twomey (Kerry) 9. Jean Dunne (Offaly); 10. Claire Dolan (Galway) 11. Angela McCabe (Cavan) 12. Angie Hearne (Wexford) 13. Patricia O'Brien (Cavan) (Note 1) 14. Del Whyte (Kerry) 15. Bridget Reynolds (Offaly)
1983 [4] 1. Kathleen Kennedy (Dublin); 2. Agnes Gorman (Offaly) 3. Nora Foley (Kerry) 4. Tracy Monahan (Leitrim) 5. Claire Geraghty (Galway) 6. Rose Dunican (Offaly) 7. Jacinta Kehoe (Wexford); 8. Annette Walsh (Kerry) 9. Ann Cullen (Wexford); 10. Mary Dempsey (Galway) 11. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 12. Deidre Quinn (Leitrim) 13. Bridget Reynolds (Offaly) 14. Mary Twomey (Kerry) 15. Eileen Lawlor (Kerry)
1984 [5] 1. Kathleen Kennedy (Dublin); 2. Bridget Leen (Kerry) 3. Christine Byrne (Wexford) 4. Connie Conway (Laois) 5. Marion Doherty (Kerry) 6. Jean Dunne (Offaly) 7. Edel Clarke (Westmeath); 8. Catherine Murphy (Wexford) 9. Mary J. Curran (Kerry); 10. Theresa Rafferty (Galway) 11. Eileen Lawlor (Kerry) 12. Meave Quinn (Leitrim) 13. Margaret Lawlor (Kerry) 14. Ann Whelan (Wexford) 15. Geraldine Wrynn (Leitrim)
1985 [6] 1. Kathleen Curran (Kerry); 2. Mary Rice (Wexford) 3. Connie Conway (Laois) 4. Joan Shannon (Cork) 5. Marion Doherty (Kerry) 6. Kathleen Murphy (Laois) 7. Edel Cullen (Wexford) 8. Meave Quinn (Leitrim); 9. Lil O'Sullivan (Kerry) 10. Sheila Conroy (Laois); 11. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 12. Margaret Lawlor (Kerry) 13. Mary Conroy (Laois) 14. Del Whyte (Kerry) 15. Mairead O'Leary (Cork)
1986 [7] 1. Kathleen Curran (Kerry); 2. Mary Moore (Wexford) 3. Mary Thorpe (Wexford) 4. Nora Hallissey (Kerry) 5. Christine Harding (Wexford) 6. Anne White (Wexford) 7. Edel Clarke (Westmeath); 8. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 9. Catherine Murphy (Wexford); 10. Angie Hearne (Wexford) 11. Marie Crotty (Waterford) 12. Marina Barry (Kerry) 13. Jo Glennon (Westmeath) 14. Del Whyte (Kerry) 15. Catherine Conroy (Laois)
1987 [8] 1. Kathleen Curran (Kerry); 2. Mary Moore (Wexford) 3. Del Whyte (Kerry) 4. Connie Conway (Laois) 5. Ann Fitzpatrick (Waterford) 6. Jo Glennon (Westmeath) 7. Mary Lane (Kerry); 8. Annette Walsh (Kerry) 9. Rita Dowling (Laois); 10. Marina Barry (Kerry) 11. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 12. Edel Clarke (Westmeath) 13. Kathleen Moore (Wexford) 14. Marie Crotty (Waterford) 15. Siobhan Dunne (Wexford)
1988 [9] 1. Kathleen Curran (Kerry); 2. Mary Moore (Wexford) 3. Connie Conway (Laois) 4. Dolores Tyrell (Waterford) 5. Mary Quinn (Leitrim) 6. June Whyte (Waterford) 7. Phil Curran (Kerry); 8. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 9. Annette Walsh (Kerry); 10. Bridget Bradley (Wexford) 11. Mary Crotty (Waterford) 12. Eileen Lawlor (Kerry) 13. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 14. Bernie Ryan (Waterford) 15. Margeret Lawlor (Kerry)
1989 [10] 1. Theresa Furlong (Wexford); 2. Mary Moore (Wexford) 3. Phil Curran (Kerry) 4. Anne Dunford (Waterford) 5. Marion Doherty (Kerry) 6. Kathleen Moore (Wexford) 7. Mary Quinn (Leitrim); 8. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 9. Annette Walsh (Kerry); 10. Aine Wall (Waterford) 11. Bernie Ryan (Waterford) 12. Marina Barry (Kerry) 13. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 14. Angie Hearne (Wexford) 15. Siobhan Dunne (Wexford)
1990 [11] 1. Mary Keane (Clare); 2. Bridget Leen (Kerry) 3. Connie Conway (Laois) 4. Mary Mullery (Galway) 5. Marion Doherty (Kerry) 6. Ann Fitzpatrick (Waterford) 7. Mary Downey (Laois); 8. Amanda Donohoe (Laois) 9. Mary J. Curran (Kerry); 10. Aine Wall (Waterford) 11. Katie Liston (Kerry) 12. Marie Ryan (Waterford) 13. Margaret Lawlor (Kerry) 14. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 15. Eileen Lawlor (Kerry)
1991 [12] 1. Lulu Carroll (Laois); 2. Bridget Leen (Kerry) 3. Martina O'Ryan (Waterford) 4. Anne Dunford (Waterford) 5. Mary Gallagher (Westmeath) 6. Phil Curran (Kerry) 7. Anne Fitzpatrick (Waterford); 8. Marie Crotty (Waterford) 9. Julie Kavanagh (Dublin); 10. Marina Barry (Kerry) 11. Katie Liston (Kerry) 12. Michelle Donnelly (Clare) 13. Amanda Donohoe (Laois) 14. Aine Wall (Waterford) 15. Margaret Brennan (Laois)
1992 [13] 1. Bernie Deegan (Laois); 2. Bridget Leen (Kerry) 3. Martina O'Ryan (Waterford) 4. June Whyte (Waterford) 5. Mary Gallagher (Westmeath) 6. Mary Casey (Laois) 7. Marie Gallagher (Clare); 8. Fionnuala Ruane (Kerry) 9. Bernie Ryan (Waterford); 10. Marina Barry (Kerry) 11. Geraldine O'Ryan (Waterford) 12. Edel Clarke (Westmeath) 13. Patricia Mimna (London) (Note 1) 14. Aine Wall (Waterford) 15. Pauline Mullen (Mayo)
1993 [14] 1. Bernie Deegan (Laois); 2. Margaret Buckley (Cork) 3. Bernie O'Neill (Mayo) 4. Katie Liston (Kerry) 5. Mary O'Gorman (Wexford) 6. Mary Casey (Laois) 7. Fionnuala Ruane (Kerry); 8. Denise Smith (Dublin) 9. Marie Fitzgerald (Kerry); 10. Patricia Mimna (London) (Note 1) 11. Mary J. Curran (Kerry) 12. Sinead Cullinane (Clare) 13. Marina Barry (Kerry) 14. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 15. Aine Wall (Waterford)
1994 [15] 1. Kathleen Curran (Kerry); 2. Bridget Leen (Kerry) 3. Martina O'Ryan (Waterford) 4. Margaret Phelan (Laois) 5. Diane O'Hora (Mayo) 6. Noirin Walsh (Waterford) 7. Edel Clarke (Westmeath); 8. Jenny Greenan (Monaghan) 9. Meave Quinn (Leitrim); 10. Marie Gallagher (Clare) 11. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 12. Catriona Casey (Waterford) 13. Fiona Crotty (Waterford) 14. Aine Wall (Waterford) 15. Patricia Mimna (London) (Note 1)
1995 [16] 1. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford); 2. Regina Byrne (Waterford) 3. Bernie O'Neill (Mayo) 4. Cleona Walsh (Waterford) 5. Eileen Gill (Westmeath) 6. Fionnuala Ruane (Kerry) 7. Julianne Torpey (Waterford); 8. Jennifer Greenan (Monaghan) 9. Marie Fitzgerald (Kerry); 10. Fiona O'Driscoll (Cork) 11. Marie Crotty (Waterford) 12. Catriona Casey (Waterford) 13. Geraldine O'Ryan (Waterford) 14. Patricia Mullen (Mayo) 15. Geraldine O'Shea (Kerry)
1996 [17] 1. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford); 2. Maread Kelly (Monaghan) 3. Noirin Walsh (Waterford) 4. Margaret Phelan (Laois) 5. Brenda McAnespie (Monaghan) 6. Jenny Greenan (Monaghan) 7. Julianne Torpey (Waterford); 8. Christina Heffernan (Mayo) 9. Linda Farrelly (Monaghan); 10. Nicola Dunne (Wicklow) 11. Geraldine O'Shea (Kerry) 12. Anne Marie Curran (Westmeath) 13. Margaret Kerins (Monaghan) 14. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 15. Aine Wall (Waterford)
1997 [18] 1. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford); 2. Maread Kelly (Monaghan) 3. Noirin Walsh (Waterford) 4. Maread Kelly (Monaghan) 5. Moira McMahon (Clare) 6. Brenda McAnespie (Monaghan) 7. Julianne Torpey (Waterford); 8. Jenny Greenan (Monaghan) 9. Eithne Morrisey (Clare); 10. Christine O'Brien (Meath) 11. Angela Larkin (Monaghan) 12. Fiona Blessington (Longford) 13. Geraldine O'Ryan (Waterford) 14. Sue Ramsbottom (Laois) 15. Catriona Casey (Waterford)
1998 [19] 1. Patricia Bohan (Leitrim); 2. Eileen McElvaney (Monaghan) 3. Siobhan O'Ryan (Waterford) 4. Noirin Walsh (Waterford) 5. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford) 6. Anne Marie Dennehy (Meath) 7. Niamh Kindlon (Monaghan); 8. Christin Heffernan (Mayo) 9. Jenny Greenan (Monaghan); 10. Margaret Kerins (Monaghan) 11. Edel Byrne (Monaghan) 12. Christine O'Brien (Meath) 13. Rebecca Hallihan (Waterford) 14. Aine Wall (Waterford) 15. Geraldine O'Ryan (Waterford)
1999 [20] 1. Denise Horan (Mayo); 2. Brenda McAnespie (Monaghan) 3. Siobhan O'Ryan (Waterford) 4. Marcella Heffernan (Mayo) 5. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford) 6. Mary Casey (Laois) 7. Assumpta Cullen (Wexford) 8. Christina Heffernan (Mayo); 9. Niamh McNelis (Meath) 10. Edel Byrne (Monaghan); 11. Fiona Blessington (Longford) 12. Catriona Casey (Waterford) 13. Christine O'Brien (Meath) 14. Eilish Gormley (Tyrone) 15. Geraldine O'Ryan (Waterford)
2000 [21] 1. Denise Horan (Mayo); 2. Marcella Heffernan (Mayo) 3. Helena Lohan (Mayo) 4. Olivia Condon (Waterford) 5. Claire McGarvey (Tyrone) 6. Martina O'Ryan (Waterford) 7. Lynda Donnelly (Tyrone); 8. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford) 9. Christina Heffernan (Mayo); 10. Fiona Blessington (Longford) 11. Lynnette Hughes (Tyrone) 12. Mary O'Donnell (Waterford) 13. Diane O'Hora (Mayo) 14. Eilish Gormley (Tyrone) 15. Cora Staunton (Mayo)
2001 [22] 1. Denise Horan (Mayo); 2. Noelle Comyns (Clare) 3. Anna Connolly (Laois) 4. Margaret Phelan (Laois) 5. Marcella Heffernan (Mayo) 6. Jenny Greenan (Monaghan) 7. Lorraine Muckian (Louth); 8. Christina Heffernan (Mayo) 9. Kathleen O'Reilly (Laois); 10. Louise Kelly (Dublin) 11. Majella Griffin (Clare) 12. Brianne Leahy (Kildare) 13. Sarah O'Connor (Kerry) 14. Eithne Morrissey (Clare) 15. Cora Staunton (Mayo)
2002 [23] 1. Suzanne Hughes (Dublin); 2. Donna Frost (Waterford) 3. Helena Lohan (Mayo) 4. Olivia Butler (Waterford) 5. Claire Egan (Mayo) 6. Jenny Greenan (Monaghan) 7. Julie Torpey (Waterford); 8. Christina Heffernan (Mayo) 9. Mary O'Donnell (Waterford); 10. Sile Nic Coitir (Dublin) 11. Niamh Kindlon (Monaghan) 12. Edel Byrne (Monaghan) 13. Orla Callan (Monaghan) 14. Geraldine O'Shea (Kerry) 15. Cora Staunton (Mayo)
2003 [24] 1. Andrea O'Donoghue (Kerry); 2. Nuala O'Se (Mayo) 3. Helena Lohan (Mayo) 4. Maria Kavanagh (Dublin) 5. Anna Lisa Crotty (Waterford) 6. Martina Farrell (Dublin) 7. Emer Flaherty (Galway); 8. Angie McNally (Dublin) 9. Mary O'Donnell (Waterford); 10. Lisa Cohill (Galway) 11. Christina Heffernan (Mayo) 12. Michelle McGing (Mayo) 13. Mary O'Rourke (Waterford) 14. Geraldine O'Shea (Kerry) 15. Kasey O'Driscoll (Kerry)
2004 [25] 1. Cliodhna O'Connor (Dublin); 2. Christine O'Reilly (Monaghan) 3. Ruth Stephens (Galway) 4. Helena Lohan (Mayo) 5. Rena Buckley (Cork) 6. Louise Keegan (Dublin) 7. Emer Flaherty (Galway); 8. Annette Clarke (Galway) 9. Claire Egan (Mayo); 10. Lisa Cohill (Galway) 11. Bernie Finlay (Dublin) 12. Valerie Mulcahy (Cork) 13. Mary Nevin (Dublin) 14. Geraldine O'Shea (Kerry) 15. Cora Staunton (Mayo)
2005 [26][27] 1. Una Carroll (Galway); 2. Ruth Stephens (Galway) 3. Angela Walsh (Cork) 4. Leona Tector (Wexford) 5. Briege Corkery (Cork) 6. Aoibheann Daly (Galway) 7. Gemma Fay (Dublin); 8. Juliet Murphy (Cork) 9. Claire Egan (Mayo); 10. Geraldine Doherty (Meath) 11. Deirdre O Reilly (Cork) 12. Lyndsey Davey (Dublin) 13. Valerie Mulcahy (Cork) 14. Niamh Fahey (Galway) 15. Lorna Joyce (Galway)
2006 [28][29] 1. Katrina Connolly (Sligo); 2. Caoimhe Marley (Armagh) 3. Angela Walsh (Cork) 4. Rena Buckley (Cork) 5. Aoibheann Daly (Galway) 6. Bronagh O'Donnell (Armagh) 7. Patricia Fogarty (Laois); 8. Caroline O'Hanlon (Armagh) 9. Mary O'Donnell (Waterford); 10. Nollaig Cleary (Cork) 11. Grainne Nulty (Meath) 12. Sarah O'Connor (Kerry) 13. Tracey Lawlor (Laois) 14. Mary O'Connor (Cork) 15. Dymphna O'Brien (Limerick)
2007 [30][31] 1. Mary Rose Kelly (Wexford); 2. Rebecca Hallahan (Waterford) 3. Angela Walsh (Cork) 4. Rena Buckley (Cork) 5. Claire O'Hara (Mayo) 6. Brid Stack (Cork) 7. Briege Corkery (Cork); 8. Juliet Murphy (Cork) 9. Brianne Leahy (Kildare); 10. Sarah McLoughlin (Leitrim) 11. Cora Staunton (Mayo) 12. Tracey Lawlor (Laois) 13. Valerie Mulcahy (Cork) 14. Gemma Begley (Tyrone) 15. Deirdre O'Reilly (Cork)
2008 [32] 1. Elaine Harte (Cork); 2. Linda Barrett (Cork) 3. Angela Walsh (Cork) 4. Sharon Courtney (Monaghan) 5. Briege Corkery (Cork) 6. Brid Stack (Cork) 7. Neamh Woods (Tyrone); 8. Juliet Murphy (Cork) 9. Amanda Casey (Monaghan); 10. Nollaig Cleary (Cork); 11. Niamh Kindlon (Monaghan) 12. Michaela Downey (Down) 13. Edel Byrne (Monaghan) 14. Cora Staunton (Mayo) 15. Edel Hanley (Tipperary)
2009 [33][34] 1. Cliodhna O'Connor (Dublin); 2. Noelle Tierney (Mayo) 3. Angela Walsh (Cork) 4. Geraldine O'Flynn (Cork) 5. Briege Corkery (Cork) 6. Martha Carter (Mayo) 7. Siobhain McGrath (Dublin); 8. Juliet Murphy (Cork) 9. Norita Kelly (Cork); 10. Nollaig Cleary (Cork) 11. Edel Byrne (Monaghan) 12. Noelle Earley (Kildare) 13. Clara McAnespie (Monaghan) 14. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) 15. Cora Staunton (Mayo)
2010 [35][36] 1. Edel Murphy (Kerry); 2. Rachel Ruddy (Dublin) 3. Lorraine Muckian (Laois) 4. Sinead McLaughlin (Tyrone) 5. Siobhan McGrath (Dublin) 6. Brid Stack (Cork) 7. Gemma Fay (Dublin); 8. Denise Masterson (Dublin) 9. Tracey Lawlor (Laois); 10. Cathy Donnelly (Tyrone) 11. Gemma Begley (Tyrone) 12. Amy McGuinness (Dublin) 13. Yvonne McMonagle (Donegal) 14. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) 15. Joline Donnelly (Tyrone)
2011 [37][38][39] 1. Irene Munnelly (Meath); 2. Grainne McNally (Monaghan) 3. Sharon Courtney (Monaghan) 4. Deirdre O'Reilly (Cork) 5. Briege Corkery (Cork) 6. Brid Stack (Cork) 7. Geraldine O'Flynn (Cork); 8. Juliet Murphy (Cork) 9. Tracey Lawlor (Laois); 10. Therese McNally (Monaghan) 11. Elaine Kelly (Dublin) 12. Mary Kirwan (Laois) 13. Ciara McAnespie (Monaghan) 14. Rena Buckley (Cork) 15. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin)
2012 [40][41] 1. Elaine Harte (Cork); 2. Cait Lynch (Kerry) 3. Brid Stack (Cork) 4. Christina Reilly (Monaghan) 5. Briege Corkery (Cork) 6. Rena Buckley (Cork) 7. Geraldine O'Flynn (Cork); 8. Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin) 9. Caroline O'Hanlon (Armagh); 10. Sarah Houlihan (Kerry) 11. Cora Staunton (Mayo) 12. Ciara O'Sullivan (Cork) 13. Cathriona McConnell (Monaghan) 14. Valerie Mulcahy (Cork) 15. Louise Ni Muircheartaigh (Kerry)
2013 [42][43][44] 1. Yvonne Byrne (Mayo); 2. Grainne McNally (Monaghan) 3. Sharon Courtney (Monaghan) 4. Deirdre O'Reilly (Cork) 5. Briege Corkery (Cork) 6. Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin) 7. Geraldine O'Flynn (Cork); 8. Annette Clarke (Galway) 9. Juliet Murphy (Cork); 10. Sarah Houlihan (Kerry) 11. Caoimhe Mohan (Monaghan) 12. Cora Courtney (Monaghan) 13. Valerie Mulcahy (Cork) 14. Cora Staunton (Mayo) 15. Louise Ni Muircheartaigh (Kerry)
2014 [45][46] 1. Ciamh Dollard (Laois); 2. Mairead Tennyson (Armagh) 3. Angela Walsh (Cork) 4. Brid Stack (Cork) 5. Vera Foley (Cork) 6. Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin) 7. Geraldine O'Flynn (Cork); 8. Briege Corkery (Cork) 9. Caroline O'Hanlon (Armagh); 10. Noëlle Healy (Dublin) 11. Ciara O'Sullivan (Cork) 12. Cora Courtney (Monaghah) 13. Lyndsey Davey (Dublin) 14. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) 15. Aileen Pyres (Down)
2015 [47][48][49] 1. Linda Martin (Monaghan); 2. Marie Ambrose (Cork) 3. Aislinn Desmond (Kerry) 4. Geraldine O'Flynn (Cork) 5. Vera Foley (Cork) 6. Sinead Finnegan (Dublin) 7. Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin); 8. Briege Corkery (Cork) 9. Rena Buckley (Cork) 10. Cora Courtney (Monaghan) 11. Cora Staunton (Mayo) 12. Carla Rowe (Dublin) 13. Valerie Mulcahy (Cork) 14. Lyndsey Davey (Dublin) 15. Aimee Mackin (Armagh)
2016 [50][51][52] 1. Mary Hulgraine (Kildare); 2. Marie Ambrose (Cork) 3. Brid Stack (Cork) 4. Leah Caffrey (Dublin) 5. Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin) 6. Deirdre O'Reilly (Cork) 7. Grainne McNally (Monaghan) 8. Fiona McHale (Mayo) 9. Briege Corkery (Cork); 10. Noëlle Healy (Dublin) 11. Ciara O'Sullivan (Cork) 12. Carla Rowe (Dublin) 13. Ciara McAnespie (Monaghan) 14. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) 15. Orla Finn (Cork)
2017 [53][54] 1. Ciara Trant (Dublin); 2. Emma Spillane (Cork) 3. Sarah Tierney (Mayo) 4. Rachel Ruddy (Dublin) 5. Caroline Kelly (Kerry) 6. Ciara Hegarty (Donegal) 7. Leah Caffrey (Dublin) 8. Lorraine Scanlon (Kerry) 9. Aileen Gilroy (Mayo); 10. Aimee Mackin Armagh 11. Niamh Hegarty (Donegal) 12. Nicole Owens (Dublin) 13. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) 14. Cora Staunton (Mayo) 15. Noëlle Healy (Dublin)
2018 [55][56] 1. Ciara Trant (Dublin); 2. Treasa Doherty (Donegal) 3. Róisín Phelan (Cork) 4. Sinéad Burke (Galway) 5. Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin) 6. Siobhán McGrath (Dublin), 7. Emma Spillane (Cork); 8. Neamh Woods (Tyrone) 9. Lauren Magee (Dublin); 10. Ciara O'Sullivan (Cork) 11. Noëlle Healy (Dublin) 12. Lyndsey Davey (Dublin) 13. Doireann O'Sullivan (Cork) 14. Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) 15. Sarah Houlihan (Kerry)

Source:[57]

Notes
  • ^1 Patricia O'Brien (1981 and 1982) of Cavan and Patricia Mimna (1992, 1993 and 1994) of London are the same player. O'Brien is her maiden name while Mimna is her married name.

Most Individual All StarsEdit

All Stars Player County Years
11 [54] Mary J. Curran Kerry 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993
11 [54] Cora Staunton Mayo 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017

All Star gamesEdit

Between 1980 and 2002 the All Stars played an annual exhibition game against the winners of the All-Ireland Senior Ladies' Football Championship. Since 2004 the Ladies' Gaelic Football Association have organised bi-annual overseas tours featuring two All Star selections. [58] When players are eligible to play for both teams in an exhibition game Replacement All Stars are called up. [59]

Year Score Oppononts Venue
1980 All Stars Tipperary
1981 [2] All Stars 6–6;0–7 Offaly
1982 [3] All Stars 4–7;3–6 Kerry
1983 [4] All Stars 0–3;5–9 Kerry
1984 [5] All Stars 0–6;1–5 Kerry
1985 [6] All Stars 0–7;0–1 Kerry
1986 [7] All Stars 3–7;3–5 Kerry
1987 [8] All Stars 1–5;5–10 Kerry
1988 [9] All Stars 0–7;3–7 Kerry
1989 [10] All Stars 2–6;0–7 Kerry
1990 [11] All Stars 1–6;2–10 Kerry
1991 [12] All Stars 4–17;1–9 Waterford
1992 [13] All Stars 3–4;3–7 Waterford
1993 [14] All Stars 1–11;1–17 Kerry
1994 All Stars Waterford
1995 [16] All Stars 2–12;4–6 Waterford
1996 All Stars Monaghan
1997 [18] All Stars 2–18;1–12 Monaghan
1998 [19] All Stars 3–10;6–14 Waterford
1999 [20][58] All Stars 1–15;0–8 Mayo Gibbons Park, Claremorris
2000 [21][58] All Stars 5–7;1–2 Mayo Gibbons Park, Claremorris
2001 [22] All Stars 3–18;5–8 Laois
2002 [58] All Stars (Note 1) Mayo Gibbons Park, Claremorris
2004 [58][60] 2003 All Stars (Note 2) Rest of Ireland XV Gaelic Park, New York
2006 [61][62] 2004 All Stars 4–15;1–9 2005 All Stars Singapore Polo Club
2008 [63][64][65] 2006 All Stars 3–15;2–13 2007 All Stars Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club
2010 [66] 2008 All Stars 3–11;1–11 2009 All Stars Pairc na nGael, San Francisco
2012 [67][68] 2010 All Stars 4–10;3–11 2011 All Stars Centennial Park, Toronto
2014 [69] 2012 All Stars 9–19;5–14 2013 All Stars Hong Kong Football Club Stadium
2016 [70][71] 2014 All Stars 3–18;3–18 (Note 3) 2015 All Stars Torero Stadium
2018 [72] 2016 All-Stars 7–19;7–18 2017 All-Stars Chulalongkorn University Stadium
Notes

Player's Player of the YearEdit

TG4 Senior Player's Player of the YearEdit

Season Winners County
2011 [38][39] Juliet Murphy Cork
2012 [41] Briege Corkery Cork
2013 [43][44] Geraldine O'Flynn Cork
2014 [46] Caroline O'Hanlon Armagh
2015 [49] Briege Corkery Cork
2016 [50] Brid Stack Cork
2017 [73][74] Noëlle Healy Dublin
2018 [55][56][75] Sinéad Aherne Dublin
2019 Siobhan Mcgrath Dublin

TG4 Intermediate Player's Player of the YearEdit

Season Winners County
2011 [38] Aine Tighe Leitrim
2012 [41] Caroline O'Hanlon Armagh
2013 [43][44] Grainne Smith Cavan
2014 [46] Caroline Little Fermanagh
2015 [49] Aileen Wall Waterford
2016 [50] Aisling Holton Kildare
2017 [53] Aisling McCarthy Tipperary
2018 [56] Neamh Woods Tyrone
2019

TG4 Junior Player's Player of the YearEdit

Season Winners County
2011 [38] Lucy Mulhall Wicklow
2012 [41] Claire Timoney Antrim
2013 [43][44] Mairead Daly Offaly
2014 [46] Aileen Pyres Down
2015 [49] Kate Flood Louth
2016 [50] Mairéad Reynolds Longford
2017 [53] Emma Doherty Derry
2018 [56] Kate Flood Louth
2019

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