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All-Ireland champions Tyrone have been honoured with 15 All-Star nominations.
Beaten finalists Mayo have eight players on the 45-strong list, followed closely by Munster champions Kerry who have seven.
Leinster winners Dublin have five, while there are three from Monaghan and two from Armagh - brothers Rian and Oisin O'Neill
Representatives from Clare, Cork, Donegal, Galway and Kildare make up the selection.
Q Sport— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 8, 2021
All-Ireland champions @TyroneGAALive honoured with 15 #PwCAllStars nominations. 2 for @Armagh_GAA @ColeraineFC target 2nd in #DanskeBankPrem tonight with win v @Glenavon_FC @UlsterRugby have @BenettonRugby in Belfast #URC. We hear from @CGilroy14 on air on the hour pic.twitter.com/3UDTKQ4TjD
Mayo's Lee Keegan, and Tyrone's Kieran McGeary and Conor Meyler are vying for the Footballer of the Year award, while Galway's Matthew Tierney is battling with Oisin Mullin and Darragh Canavan for the Young Footballer of the Year gong.
PwC All-Stars Football nominations 2021
Rob Hennelly (Mayo)
Rory Beggan (Monaghan)
Niall Morgan (Tyrone)
Seán Meehan (Cork)
Brian Howard, Mick Fitzsimons (both Dublin)
Brian Ó Beaglaoich, Tom O'Sullivan, Gavin White (all Kerry)
Stephen Coen, Patrick Durcan, Lee Keegan, Pádraig O'Hora (all Mayo)
Ryan McAnespie (Monaghan)
Frank Burns, Pádraig Hampsey, Peter Harte, Conor Meyler, Michael McKernan, Ronan McNamee, Kieran McGeary (all Tyrone)
Oisín O'Neill (Armagh)
Brian Fenton (Dublin)
David Moran (Kerry)
Matthew Ruane (Mayo)
Brian Kennedy, Conn Kilpatrick (both Tyrone)
Rian O'Neill (Armagh)
Eoin Cleary (Clare)
Michael Langan (Donegal)
Cormac Costello, Ciarán Kilkenny (both Dublin)
Shane Walsh (Galway)
David Clifford, Paudie Clifford, Seán O'Shea (all Kerry)
Daniel Flynn (Kildare)
Tommy Conroy, Ryan O'Donoghue (both Mayo)
Jack McCarron (Monaghan)
Mattie Donnelly, Darren McCurry, Conor McKenna, Cathal McShane, Niall Sludden (all Tyrone)