A strong Ulster representation flavours the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year, with four players from finalists Derry and one from semi-finalists Cavan.
Both sides fell to a simply astonishing Kerry side that was inspired by the performances of David Clifford, who is hotly-fancied to take the Player of the Year crown for this level.
The team is made up of players who captured Man of the Match and Player of the Week awards over the course of the summer action.
What Oisín McConville said: "Conor was one of the outstanding defenders of this year's Championship. He was as sticky and difficult to mark as anyone else we saw. Though strong in the tackle, it was McCluskey's reading of the game and where the ball would travel that was the standout feature in much of his play."
Position: Centre-half back
What Oisín McConville said: "The centre-half back was an easy decision for the panel. Padraig McGrogan has been in scintillating form all year. His running is direct."
Details: McGrogan claimed the Man of the Match award in the Ulster final.
What Oisín McConville said: "Midfield was an incredibly tight one to call for many reasons, but the panel finally couldn't get Oisín McWilliams' displays from our thoughts."
Details: Having scored three points in Derry's opener against Tyrone, McWilliams became a staple selection for his management. His dominating display against Dublin in the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Semi-Final saw him awarded Man of the Match.
Position: Right full-forward
What Oisín McConville said: "Being Cavan's only representative is a huge acknowledgement as to how impressive Oisín Pierson has been over the course of this year's Minor Championship and he takes his place at right-full forward."
The Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards take place on October 7 in Croke Park, where the Player of the Year presentation will also be made. Armagh and Crossmaglen Rangers legend McConville was speaking in his role as a brand ambassador.Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year
1. Deividas Uosis (Kerry, Dingle), 2. Peadar Ó Cofaigh Byrne (Dublin, Cuala), 3. Conor McCluskey (Derry, Magherafelt), 4. Cian Gammell (Kerry, Killarney Legion), 5. Michael Potts (Kerry, Dr Crokes), 6. Padraig McGrogan (Derry, Newbridge), 7. Niall Donohue (Kerry, Firies), 8. Barry Mahony (Kerry, St.Senan's), 9. Oisin McWilliams (Derry, Swatragh), 10. Ross McGarry (Dublin, Ballyboden St Enda's), 11. David Clifford (Kerry, Fossa), 12. Donal O'Sullivan (Kerry, Kilgarvan), 13. Oisin Pierson (Cavan, Gowna), 14. Lorcan McWilliams (Derry, Swatragh), 15. Fiachra Clifford (Kerry, Laune Rangers).
Tyrone ladies' manager Gerry Moane said that Sunday's All-Ireland final defeat is just the latest step along the road to senior football, and admitted the county board's decision to fix the men's Championship match between Errigal Ciaran and Carrickmore was 'out of their control.'