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Ulster Colleges hurling All-Star team glowing with pride

Published 16/12/2015

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 14th December 2015
Danske Bank Ulster CollegesÕ All Stars launch.
Matthew McGleenan, Chairman of Ulster Colleges GAA and Brenda Kerr, Danske Bank with the Hurling All Stars.
Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 14th December 2015 Danske Bank Ulster CollegesÕ All Stars launch. Matthew McGleenan, Chairman of Ulster Colleges GAA and Brenda Kerr, Danske Bank with the Hurling All Stars. Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

The 2015-16 Danske Bank Ulster Colleges GAA hurling All-Stars team has been revealed with St Louis, Ballymena equalling the largest ever representation of players in the 28-year history of the honour.

The Mageann Cup champions, who defeated St Mary's CBGS Belfast 2-16 to 1-9 in the final, have six players in the All-Star team. Cathal Mullan and Tiarnan Butler both pick up second awards.

No fewer than four are from Dunloy; Ryan and Ciarán Elliott, Eoin O'Neill and Conal Doherty-Cunning.

The All-Star team, pictured with Ulster Colleges GAA Chairman Mattie McGleenan and Brenda Kerr of Danske Bank, is as follows: (Back row, from left to right) Conor Carson, St Mary's CBS; Ryan Elliott, St Louis Ballymena; James McNaughton, St Louis Ballymena; Matthew McGleenan, Chairman of Ulster Colleges GAA; Brenda Kerr, Danske Bank; Dylan McLaughlin, St Killian's Garrontower; Tiarnan Butler, Cross & Passion Ballycastle and Ronan Beatty, St Mary's CBS. (Front row L-R) Fergus McCambridge, St Killian's Garron Tower; Alex O'Boyle, Cross & Passion Ballycastle; Cathal McMullan; St Louis Ballymena; Eoin O'Neill, St Louis Ballymena; Conal Doherty-Cunning, St Louis Ballymena; Ciaran Elliott, St Louis Ballymena; Keelan Feeney, St Patrick's Maghera and Dubhaltach MacAoidh-Baiceir; Colaiste Feirste.

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