Tipperary failed to receive any Allstar nomination for 2013 - the first year in a long time that The Premier County has been exclused from the exclusive list.
Hopes wer ehigh that Sarsfields man Michael Cahill might be nominated for an award, but it wasn’t to be when the nominations were announced and from having six nominees last year, Tipperary end up with none this time round.
The nominations are:
GOALKEEPERS Anthony Nash (Cork); Patrick Kelly (Clare) Gary Maguire (dublin)
david Mcinerney (Clare); Domhnall O’Donovan (Clare); Richie McCarthy (Limerick); Tom Condon (Limerick);
Peter Kelly (Dublin); Shane O’Neill (Cork); Conor O’Sullivan (Cork); Paul Murphy (Kilkenny); Tomas Waters (Wexford)
Brendan Bugler (Clare); Patrick Donnellan (Clare); Liam Rushe (Dublin); Michael Carton (Dublin); Brian Murphy (Cork); Wayne McNamara (Limerick); Gavin O’Mahony (Limerick); Kieran Joyce (Kilkenny); Michael Walsh (Waterford)
Conor Ryan (Clare); Colm Galvin (Clare); Joey Boland (Dublin); Paul Browne (Limerick); Daniel Kearney (Cork)
Kevin Moran (Waterford)
Tony Kelly (Clare); John Conlon (Clare); Colin Ryan (Clare); Seamus Harnedy (Cork); Patrick Cronin (Cork); Conal Keaney (Dublin); Danny Sutcliffe (Dublin); James Ryan (Limerick); Eoin Larkin (Kilkenny)
Padraic Collins (Clare); Conor McGrath (Clare); Shane O’Donnell (Clare); Patrick Horgan (Cork); Conor Lehane (Cork); Paul Ryan (Dublin); David O’Callaghan (Dublin); Graeme Mulcahy (Limerick); Richie Hogan (Kilkenny)
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