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All-Ireland champions Tyrone have won eight All-Star awards to cap a dream 2021 season.
Niall Morgan, Pádraig Hampsey, Conor Meyler, Peter Harte, Kieran McGeary, Brian Kennedy, Niall Sludden and Darren McCurry all picked up honours for the Red Hands.
Beaten finalists Mayo and Munster champions Kerry have three apiece on the selection, while Dublin's Ciarán Kilkenny is also included.
Tyrone's Kieran McGeary was named Footballer of the Year.
Well, it had to be a Tyrone player - and this will be a popular choice - 2021 PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Year...Kieran Mc Geary 👏👏@TyroneGAALive @gaelicplayers @PwCIreland #PwCAllStars 🤩 pic.twitter.com/oW1jPoPOFS— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 10, 2021
In rugby, the new South African star has been given the green light for his Ulster debut:
Just in - New signing Duane Vermeulen is set to make his Ulster debut in tomorrow's opening Champions Cup clash with Clermont in France after recovering from Covid-19.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 10, 2021
Here's the team👇 #UlsterRugby@ChampionsCup #HeinekenChampionsCup pic.twitter.com/4ydTLh1AhD
Finally football and the weekend's league action got underway with a home win at Warden Street:
FT: #DanskeBankPrem@BallymenaUnited 2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 10, 2021
Keeley, McElroy@larnefc 1
Deserved comeback victory for the Sky Blues. Great winner from Paul McElroy, clinical finish on 75 mins. David Jeffrey's men move above Glenavon into 7th place. Larne miss their chance to go third. pic.twitter.com/gEIemLrOxS
The top three are back in action on Saturday:
Conor Keeley equalises for Ballymena against Larne and the comeback was completed when Paul McElroy grabbed a brilliant winner