Limerick with nine All-Star Hurling nominees

Nine Limerick players have been nominated for 2019 PwC All-Star awards it was revealed on the Official GAA Twitter page last night.

Included on the shortlist are;

  • Sean Finn
  • Mike Casey
  • Richie English
  • Cian Lynch
  • William O’Donoghue
  • Kyle Hayes
  • Peter Casey
  • Graeme Mulcahy
  • Aaron Gillane

All but O’Donoghue and Casey were nominated for awards in 2018.

Finn, English, Lynch and Mulcahy are current All-Stars.

Lynch and Hayes are the current Hurler and Young Hurler of the Year with Hayes nominated for the award once again this year.

2 November 2018; Limerick hurler Cian Lynch with his Hurler of the Year and All-Star awards at the PwC All Stars 2018 at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

The award ceremony takes place this Friday evening when the winners will be announced.

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