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Here's a go at it, no need for criticisms, just post your team and we'll tally em up and see who comes out.
* Use discretion and common sense where possible
GK - Conor Glancy - Kept Mary's in the Semi with some brilliant saves. Consistent club keeper in the last few years.
RCB James Mitchell - Consistent stay at home corner back who's been a mainstay in the #2 jersey for Mohill.
FB Pat Gilmartin - Still has it at 35 despite not having his best game in the Final.
LCB Oisin Madden - Has improved dramatically between Mohill's C'ship wins. Pacy and comfortable on the ball.
RWB James Rooney - A bullock of a player. Excellent at getting Manor up the pitch and beating men in the tackle. A steady defender to boot.
CB Paddy McGuire - The outstanding footballer in this position in the county, bar none.
LWB Caillin Canning - Powerful runner and fielder. His strong carries helped Mohill close out the game vs Marys when pressure was on. Huge potential.
MF Shane Quinn - Very skillful player playing a link man role between the 45's. Great vertical leap. Pity he hasn't had an extended run with the county and he'd be better.
MF Dean McGovern - His county experience has stood to him at club level but struggled against Manor's midfield in the semi. Will learn a lot from this year.
RWF Brian McDonald - An absolute tyro and looked dangerous whenever he was on the ball in the county final. Takes serious marking.
CF Domhnall Flynn - Adds extra fielding around the middle for contesting kickouts and a strong runner into the bargain.
LWF Danny Beck - Brilliant game IQ. Mohill would have fallen in quarters and semi's in recent years if not for his influence and experience.
RCF Keith Beirne - A consistent danger. Game winning capability and proved the difference in the Final.
FF Niall McGovern - Largely responsible for Ballinamore's blitz through the group. Needs the fitness to match the physicality to hit the next level.
LCF James Glancy - Arguably still the best forward in the county, dangerous either as a scorer or providing primary ball to other forwards in his office between the 13 and the top of the D.
Dodgy_Pass (Leitrim) - Posts: 311 - 16/10/2017 13:08:37 2055564Link 0 0
Fr.spodo_gamodo (Leitrim) - Posts: 184 - 16/10/2017 17:07:48 2055612Link 1 0
Senior & Intermediate team of the year.
bananapublican (Leitrim) - Posts: 856 - 17/10/2017 05:57:32 2055669Link 0 0
My championship toty 2018
Leitrim1994 (Leitrim) - Posts: 2 - 30/10/2018 14:08:31 2148734Link 0 0
This idea is very hard to get right as nobody could have been at all the games so there will never be any agreement. In saying this how you don't have Pearce Dolan or Barry Prior in there is beyond me? Two of the Willies most important players. Fergal McTague was also to impressive at full back to not place him there. I think Ray Mulvey doesn't deserve to be in after not performing in the semi-final when St Marys needed him most in my opinion as they beat nobody of any real quality beforehand. Flanagan only came on as a sub so surely can't be considered? Just like the All-stars these awards are dominated by the two teams that reach the final and it shouldn't be any different.
LeitrimWay (Leitrim) - Posts: 61 - 30/10/2018 15:49:21 2148745Link 0 0
Leitrimway more like wayoff. You seem to creep Daire Farrel's name in to every team. From 3 games I watched him this year he is way off, he is not even the best forward in his club. He had potential at underage but doesn't seem near county level. His brother Conor is a lot closer to it even if he did poorly against Aughawillan.
bananapublican (Leitrim) - Posts: 856 - 30/10/2018 17:27:54 2148767Link 0 0