The 14 winners of the ‘Cadbury Hero of the Match’ awarded during the Championship are shortlisted for the overall ‘Hero of the Future’ award.
Log onto our website http://www.cadburygaau21.com/vote/ and YOU – as a member of the public are invited to vote online for your choice of ‘Cadbury Hero of the Future’.
Kildare senior footballer Dermot Earley, Kerry legend Darragh O’Sé, former Dublin Manger Paul Caffrey and TG4’s Michael O Domhnaill adjudicate the competition and determine who the overall winner will be, taking the public vote into consideration.
Michael O’Regan – Cadbury Hero of the Match –Wexford v Longford (Leinster Final)
Wexford were in the Leinster final for the first time since 2008 and looking to claim their first title. Michael won the Hero of the Match award after a brilliant performance from midfield scoring 2 points including one fantastic free towards the end of the game which settled Wexford and sent them on the way to claiming their first ever U21 Leinster title.
Michael is one of fourteen players in the running for the Cadbury Hero of the Future award. TO vote for the Glynn-Barntown clubman, clink on the link below.
Kildare senior footballer Dermot Earley, Kerry legend Darragh O’Sé, former Dublin Manger Paul
Sean Gaule– Cadbury Hero of the Match –Wexford v Carlow (Leinster Semi Final)
Sean received the Hero of the Match award after an excellent performance from full back. Very comfortable on the ball and well able to marshal the Carlow attack, Sean was always looking to drive his team forward and inspired Wexford to the Leinster final.
Sean is one of fourteen players in the running for the Cadbury Hero of the Future award. TO vote for the St. Annes clubman, clink on the link below.