Champions Westmeath leads the way with six players on the Tailteann Cup Team of the Year.
There are five counties in all that make up the Tailteann Cup Champion 15 after the successful staging of the new football championship in 2022 for teams competing in Divisions 3 and 4 who did not make their provincial final.
Beaten finalists Cavan receive four awards, while Sligo have three.
Offaly’s Anton Sullivan and Leitrim’s Keith Beirne are also included.
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Tailteann Cup TOTY Selection – Westmeath (6), Cavan (4), Sligo (3), Offaly (1), Leitrim (1)
- Aidan Devaney (Sligo)
- Jack Smith (Westmeath)
- Kevin Maguire (Westmeath)
- Evan Lyons (Sligo)
- Jason McLoughlin (Cavan)
- Ronan Wallace (Westmeath)
- Killian Clarke (Cavan)
- Sam McCartan (Westmeath)
- Seán Carrabine (Sligo)
- Gearóid McKiernan (Cavan)
- Ronan O’Toole (Westmeath)
- Anton Sullivan (Offaly)
- Gerard Smith (Cavan)
- John Heslin (Westmeath)
- Keith Beirne (Leitrim)
See also: Two Carlow players were named on Joe McDonagh Team of the Year
An independent selection committee decided the final 15 who will be presented with their awards this Friday night at a special black-tie function in Croke Park. The event will be streamed live on gaa.ie from 7 pm and also feature the awards for the Ring, Rackard and Meagher and Joe McDonagh Teams of the Year as well as the overall Players of the Year in the three championships.