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Cunningham, O'Donnell and 10 other great U21 hurling scores this year

There’s some real crackers in here – get your votes in this week.

THE BORD GÁIS U21 hurling score of the year award is being decided this week.

The U21 hurling championship sponsors are looking for help to decide the (Televised) Score Of The Year from the 2014 Championship.

Pick your favourite score from a shortlist of 12 of the best scores from the live televised games, which include Shane O’Donnell’s tidy finish in the Munster final and Conor McDonald’s rocket against the Dubs.

Voting is now open so have a look at the scores below to see which one deserves your vote and cast your vote on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!#BGEU21SOTY #BGEU21

Vote for #1 Aaron Cunningham

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Vote for #2 Rhys Clarke

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Vote for #3 Conor McDonald

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Vote for #4 The Clare Team

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Vote for #5 Shane O’Donnell

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Vote for #6 Conor McDonald

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Vote for #7 Aaron Cunningham

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Vote for #8 Ryan Casey

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Vote for #9 Aaron Cunningham

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Vote for #10 Tadgh Gallagher

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Vote for #11 Padraic Brehony

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Vote for #12 Robbie Kelly

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