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Lacey and Mullane scoop monthly awards
11 August 2009
Donegal's Karl Lacey and John Mullane of Waterford have been named as the Opel GPA Players of the Month for July in football and hurling respectively.

Lynch and Mullane scoop monthly awards
07 July 2009
Cork footballer Anthony Lynch and Waterford hurling star John Mullane have been named as the Opel/GPA Players of the Month for June.

Monthly awards for Earley and Cadogan
09 June 2009
Kildare footballer Dermot Earley and Cork hurler Eoin Cadogan have scooped the Opel/GPA Player of the Month awards for May

GPA awards for McCrabbe and Coughlan
12 May 2009
Dublin hurler Alan McCrabbe and Tipperary footballer Hugh Coughlan have been named as the Opel/GPA Players of the Month.

 
   

Nine Kilkenny players on GPA team
03 November 2008
Unsurprisingly, there are nine Kilkenny players on this year’s Opel Gaelic ’Team of the Year’ for Hurling for 2008 after Brian Cody’s side’s All-Ireland SHC three-in-a-row triumph this past year.

GPA announce Gaelic football ’Team of the Year’
30 October 2008
The Gaelic Players’ Association has revealed the official Opel Gaelic ’Team of the Year’ for Football for 2008.

Larkin and Cavanagh win Opel Awards
30 September 2008
Kilkenny’s Eoin Larkin and Seán Cavanagh of Tyrone have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for September in Hurling and Football respectively.

Lyng and Dooher win the Opel Awards for August
11 September 2008
Derek Lyng (Kilkenny) and Brian Dooher (Tyrone) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for August in Hurling and Football respectively.

GPA awards for O'Callaghan and Johnston
12 June 2008
Dublin hurler David 'Dotsy' O'Callaghan and Cavan footballer Seanie Johnston have been honoured with the Opel/Gaelic Player of the Month awards for May.

Flanagan and McGrath nab Opel awards
13 May 2008
Martin Flanagan and Shane McGrath have been named as the Opel Gaelic Players of the Month for the Month of April in both football and hurling respectively.

Launch of the 2008 Opel Gaelic Players Awards
17 April 2008
Opel Ireland and the GPA are delighted to announce the return of the Opel Gaelic Players Awards for 2008.

Opel GPA football team revealed
30 October 2007
The official Opel Gaelic Team of the Year for Football for 2007 has been announced by the Gaelic Players Association. The team is dominated by seven Kerry men while Dublin have three representatives and there are also awards for Meath, Tyrone, Cork, Derry and Monaghan.

GPA announce Opel hurling Team of the Year
23 October 2007
The official Opel Gaelic Team of the Year for Hurling for 2007 has been announced today by the Gaelic Players Association. The team reflects the most successful counties in this year’s championship, with 15 players hailing from four different counties - Kilkenny, Limerick, Waterford and Wexford.

Opel GPA football nominations announced
11 October 2007
The official nominees for the 2007 Opel Gaelic Players Awards for football have been announced by the GPA. A total of 45 players have been named on the shortlist for the Opel Gaelic Team of the Year, with three players also nominated for the Opel Gaelic Player of the Year award.

Opel GPA hurling nominations revealed
09 October 2007
The official nominees for the 2007 Opel Gaelic Players Awards for Hurling have been announced. A total of 45 players have been named on the shortlist for the Opel Hurling Team of the Year, with three players also nominated for the Opel Hurling Player of the Year award.

Brennan and Cooper win Opel Awards for September
04 October 2007
Eddie Brennan and Colm “Gooch” Cooper have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for September in Hurling and Football respectively. Their selection is a fitting tribute to the achievements of both Kilkenny and Kerry in retaining their All-Ireland titles.

O'Shaughnessy and O'Sullivan win August Opel Awards
04 September 2007
Limerick’s Andrew O’Shaughnessy and Declan O’Sullivan of Kerry have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for August in hurling and football respectively.

Davis bids top flight adieu
10 August 2007
The word loser and Longford veteran Padraic Davis will never figure in the same lexicon. But after figuring in the defeat to Westmeath in last month’s All-Ireland qualifiers, he has decided to hang up his intercounty boots.

Shanahan and Corey win Opel Awards
07 August 2007
Dan Shanahan (Waterford) and Vincent Corey (Monaghan) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for July in Hurling and Football respectively. Their selection is a fitting tribute to the achievement of their respective counties in reaching the 2007 All Ireland knock out stages.

Moran and Dooher win the Opel Awards for June
03 July 2007
Ollie Moran (Limerick) and Brian Dooher (Tyrone) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for June in Football and Hurling respectively. Their selection is a fitting tribute to the achievement of their respective counties in reaching their provincial Finals.

Shooting Star - Ken McGrath
14 June 2007
For over a decade now, Ken McGrath has been one of the most influential hurlers in the country. A colossus with both club and county, the ultra versatile and utterly brilliant Mount Sion man has been instrumental in Waterford’s return to prominence.

Shooting Star - Derry’s Conleth Gilligan
14 June 2007
Could Derry make an impression in this year’s All-Ireland football championship? Paddy Crozier’s side produced indifferent performances during the league but these displays were laced with hints of excellence.

Kavanagh and Curran win Opel Awards for May
05 June 2007
Longford’s Brian Kavanagh and Ronan Curran of Cork have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for May in Football and Hurling respectively.

Roper and Prendergast win the Opel Awards for April
07 May 2007
Brian Roper (Donegal) and Seamus Prendergast (Waterford) have been honoured with the first Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for 2007 in Football and Hurling respectively.

Opel Gaelic Players of the Year for Hurling and Football
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny) and Kieran Donaghy (Kerry) have been announced as the Opel Gaelic Players of the Year for Hurling and Football for 2006 by the Gaelic Players Association at the GPA’s Annual Gala and Awards Evening in Citywest.

Opel Gaelic Team of the Year for Football named
The official Opel Gaelic Team of the Year for Football for 2006 has been announced today by the Gaelic Players Association. The team reflects the most successful counties in this year’s championship, with 15 players hailing from six different counties – Kerry, Dublin, Mayo, Armagh, Cork and Fermanagh.

Opel name hurling team of the year
The official Opel Gaelic Team of the Year for Hurling for 2006 has been announced by the Gaelic Players Association. The team reflects the most successful counties in this year’s championship, with 15 players hailing from four different counties – Cork, Kilkenny, Waterford and Tipperary.


Kerry's Kieran Donaghy
   

Opel/GPA hurling nominations announced
The Gaelic Players’ Association has revealed the official nominees for the 2006 Opel Gaelic Players Awards for hurling.

Opel award nominees announced
Nominations for the Opel Gaelic Team of the Year and Opel Gaelic Player of the Year for Football announced by the Gaelic Players’ Association

Donaghy and Fitzpatrick win Opel Awards
Kieran Donaghy (Kerry) and James Fitzpatrick (Kilkenny) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for September in Football and Hurling respectively.

Mayo must improve says Dillon
Mayo wing-forward Alan Dillon believes that he and his team-mates must step up to "a new level" if they are to overcome Kerry in Sunday’s eagerly-awaited All-Ireland SFC final.

Shefflin wants continuity
Kilkenny hotshot Henry Shefflin hopes Brian Cody and his team of selectors will stay together for next year’s defence of the Liam McCarthy Cup.

Dillon and Shefflin win Opel Awards
Alan Dillon (Mayo) and Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for August in Football and Hurling respectively.

Shanahan still hurting
The pain of being edged out by Cork in the recent All-Ireland semi-final has still not gone away for Shanahan and his Waterford colleagues, but the towering wing-forward said that being recognised by his peers was a timely pick-me-up.

Kavanagh fancies Dublin-Kerry final
Brian Kavanagh believes that the two teams who beat Longford this summer could square up to each other in this year’s All-Ireland SFC Final. According to the sharpshooter, it will take a team on top of its game to stop Kerry regaining the Sam Maguire, and the 20-year-old suspects that Dublin will present the stiffest challenge.

Kavanagh and Shanahan win the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for July
Brian Kavanagh (Longford) and Dan Shanahan (Waterford) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for July in Football and Hurling respectively.

Kavanagh and Deane grab Opel Awards
The Opel Gaelic Players of the Month for June have been awarded to Cork hurler Joe Deane and Donegal footballer Rory Kavanagh.

The great O’Neill
The last time Roscommon opened their Connacht SFC campaign by beating New York (2001) they went onto win the provincial title. An omen or what?

Slattery and Kelly win the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month
Karol Slattery (Offaly) and Eoin Kelly (Tipperary) have been honoured with the Opel Gaelic Player of the Month Awards for May in Football and Hurling respectively. The announcement was made on Tuesday 27th June at the Fitzwilliam Hotel in St. Stephens Green, Dublin.

Non-GPA member Kelly takes monthly award
Tipperary sharpshooter Eoin Kelly has denied any conflict of interests between his Opel GPA Player of the Month award and his personal endorsement deal with Lucozade Sport.

Farrelly and Foley win the inaugural Opel Player of the Month Awards
Martin Farrelly (Louth) and Mark Foley (Limerick) have been honoured with the OPEL Player of the Month award for April in Football and Hurling respectively.

About the Opel Gaelic Players Awards programme and voting procedure
Each of the monthly and annual award winners (team and individuals) will be selected by GPA members from a shortlist nominated by two independent panels. Players will be invited to vote for the monthly award winners by text and in writing for the annual award winners.