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Team of the Year 2019 - Centre Half Forward

Some all-action displays of centre-forward play throughout the season in both Antrim and Derry. Here are the nominees.

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Niall Ferris - Kevin Lynch HC

Ferris produced an excellent performance to claim Man of the Match in the Lynch's Derry SHC Semi-Final win over Ballinascreen where he hit 1-03 from play.

The centre-forward also battled hard in the final where they suffered defeat to Sleacht Néill after Ferris led a spirited comeback.

Sean Leo McGoldrick - Eoghan Rua

The talisman of the Eoghan Rua attack, McGoldrick has been simply unmarkable in both the Derry and Ulster JHC to date.

0-11 in the Ulster JHC Final was followed by 1-09 in the game against John Mitchel's and with scores from all angles, tracking the centre-forward is an unenviable task.

Michael McCann - Erin's Own Cargin

Named in last season's Team of the Year, Cargin's Rolls Royce continues to lead from the front for his club.

With the grip on their Antrim SFC title slipping in the face of relentless Lámh Dhearg pressure, McCann produced a captain's performance, firing home the goal before leading the comeback.

Cormac O'Doherty - Roibeard Eméid Sleacht Néill

Renowned for his unerring free-taking accuracy, O'Doherty's other attributes sometimes fly under the radar but this season he has displayed his full attacking repertoire.

COD netted a penalty in the Ulster SHC Final to add insult to Dunloy's injury and his vision and passing ability created chance after chance for Sleacht Néill throughout the season.

Jack Doherty - Watty Graham's Glen

Another product of Glen's underage system, Doherty's aggressive attacking style proved a hindrance to many defences throughout their SFC campaign.

Performed well in the final and managed to notch a point from play.

Niall McGowan - O'Connor's Glack

A classy attacker with a penchant for converting frees, McGowan led his Glack side to their first Derry JFC title since 1981.

He performed superbly throughout the season and hit 1-05 in the final against St Colm's Drum.

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