Brendan Maher of Borris-Ileigh and Ronan Steede of Corofin were crowned Club Player of the Year for hurling and Gaelic football respectively.
Tipp star Maher led Borris all the way to the All-Ireland final which they lost to Ballyhale Shamrocks, putting in eye-catching performances against Ballygunner and St Thomas’ in particular. The 2016 All-Ireland winning captain with the Premier saw off fellow nominees TJ Reid and Evan Shefflin to take the top gong at the ceremony at Croke Park.
- Club hurling team of the year named
- Corofin lead the way in club TOTY
Meanwhile, Steede followed in the footsteps of club-mates Liam Silke and Kieran Molloy to take the honour in football.
The Galway side were dominant once again, winning a third Andy Merrigan Cup title in succession.
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