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Do you agree with the man-of-the-match award winners from the weekend's GAA football finals?

Paul Geaney, Eoghan Bán Gallagher and Ciaran Kilkenny all got the honours.

Geaney, Gallagher and Kilkenny were the star men over the weekend.
Geaney, Gallagher and Kilkenny were the star men over the weekend.
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GOALSCORERS WERE THE star men during the weekend’s provincial football finals with their exploits recognised as they were handed the leading individual awards.

Paul Geaney bagged 2-4 on Saturday night in Páirc Uí Chaoimh as Kerry stormed past Cork to win the Munster final.

The Dingle forward secured the man-of-the-match award, replicating his feat in the Munster decider two years ago.

Yesterday Killybegs defender Eoghan Bán Gallagher palmed home Donegal’s first goal in the opening half and was central to their eventual victory over Fermanagh.

He got The Sunday Game award last night ahead of team-mates Paul Brennan and Ciaran Thompson.

DonegalFermanaghMOTM Source: RTÉ Player

In Croke Park it was another day of glory for the Dublin footballers with Ciarán Kilkenny raising the only green flag of the day and finishing with a haul of 1-4 from play in their success against Laois.

He was selected ahead of fellow nominees in Dublin forward Dean Rock and Laois goalkeeper Graham Brody.

DublinLaoisMOTM Source: RTÉ Player

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