05/08/2021

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Forde Names in U-21 Team of the Year

Bord Gáis Energy unveiled their line up for the U-21 Hurling Team of the Year. All-Ireland U-21 Hurling Champions, Clare, lead the way with eight awards in a year that witnessed the county claim All-Ireland senior glory in addition to their third U-21 crown in five years. Tipperary leading light Jason Forde (SIlvermines) claimed the full forward spot.

Bord Gáis Energy unveiled their line up for the U-21 Hurling Team of the Year. All-Ireland U-21 Hurling Champions, Clare, lead the way with eight awards in a year that witnessed the county claim All-Ireland senior glory in addition to their third U-21 crown in five years. Tipperary leading light Jason Forde (SIlvermines) claimed the full forward spot.

The full judging panel for the awards include Bord Gáis Energy sports ambassadors Ger Cunningham and Joe Canning, in addition to TG4’s Mícheál Ó Domhnaill and former Waterford star Ken McGrath.

Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year

Goalkeeper

1. Ronan Taffe - Clare

Full backs

2. Paul Flanagan - Clare

3. David McInerney - Clare

4. Brian Kennedy - Kilkenny

Half backs

5. Seadna Morey - Clare

6. Alan O’Neill - Clare

7. Ray Barry - Waterford

Midfielders

8. Colm Galvin - Clare

9. Lee Chin - Wexford

Half forwards

10. Tony Kelly - Clare

11. Padráic Collins - Clare

12. Stephan McAfee - Antrim

Full forwards

13. Stephen Quirke - Offaly

14. Jason Forde - Tipperary

15. Ciarán Clarke - Antrim

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