Sligo’s Seamus Keogh and Donegal’s Amy Boyle Carr have both been nominated for accolades at the annual Three FAI International Awards, which take place on Sunday week.
Grange’s Keogh is shortlisted for the U15 boys awards, while Carr, who has already represented the Irish senior women’s team, is nominated for the U16 girls award.
Derry’s Shane Duffy and James McClean are nominated for the senior men’s award along with goalkeeper Darren Randolph.
Duffy is also up for the young player award along with Cyrus Christie and Callum O’Dowda.
Megan Campbell, Denise O’Sullivan and Harriet Scott are shortlisted for the women’s senior award.
Preston’s Seani Maguire is nominated for the League of Ireland award alongside former Cork City team-mate Conor McCormack and Patrick McEleney, who now plays with Oldham.
2017 ‘Three’ FAI International Awards Nominees
Senior International Player of the Year
Senior Women’s International Player of the Year
Young International Player of the Year
International Goal of the Year
James McClean v Uruguay
James McClean v Wales
Jonathan Walters v Austria
Under 21 International Player of the Year
Under 19 International Player of the Year
Under 19 Women’s International Player of the Year
Under 17 International Player of the Year
Under 17 Women’s International of the Year
Under 16 International Player of the Year
Under 16 Women’s International Player of the Year
Amy Boyle Carr
Under 15 Men’s International Player of the Year
Junior International Player of the Year
Eoin Hayes (Newmarket Celtic)
Chris Higgins (St Michael’s)
David Joyce (Clonmel Celtic)
Intermediate Player of the Year
Jimmy Bradley (Cockhill Celtic)
Brian Fitzgerald (Cobh Wanderers)
Aidan Roche (Liffey Wanderers)
Colleges & Universities International Player of the Year
Sean McLoughlin (UCC)
Daire O’Connor (UCD)
Ross Then (DCU)
Schools International Player of the Year
Shane Blaney (St Eunan’s College, Letterkenny)
Neil Farrugia (St Andrew’s College, Blackrock)
John Martin (Presentation De La Salle, Bagenalstown)
Football For All International Player of the Year
David Bissett (Homeless World Cup squad)
Gary Hoey (Amputee squad)
Gary Messitt (Cerebral Palsy squad)
SSE Airtricity League Player of the Year
Sean Maguire (Cork City)
Conor McCormack (Cork City)
Patrick McEleney (Dundalk)