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Social Pics: The Three FAI International Football Awards 2017

by Jennifer McShane
21st Mar 2017

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The Three FAI International Football Awards took place in RTE Studios with 21 awards presented. The ceremony celebrated all aspects of Irish football from the past twelve months, with players from the FAI Football For All programme right up to the senior men’s team honoured.

The full list of winners were?as follows:

2016 ‘Three’ FAI International Football Awards

Senior International Player of the Year:?Robbie Brady

Senior Women’s International Player of the Year:?Karen Duggan

Young International Player of the Year:?Robbie Brady

‘Three’ International Goal of the Year:?Robbie Brady v Italy

Under 21 International Player of the Year:?Callum O’Dowda

Under 19 International Player of the Year:?George Poynton

Under 19 Women’s International Player of the Year:?Roma McLaughlin

Under 17 International Player of the Year:?Declan Rice

Under 17 Women’s International Player of the Year:?Saoirse Noonan

Under 16 International Player of the Year:?Jordan Doherty

Under 16 Women’s International Player of the Year:?Tyler Toland

Under 15 International Player of the Year:?Callum Thompson

Junior International Player of the Year:?Stephen Kelly (Newmarket Celtic)

Intermediate Player of the Year:?Mark Horgan (Avondale United)

Football For All International Player of the Year:?Paul McMahon (Football For All Under 19 Squad)

FAI School’s International Player of the Year:?Conor McCarthy (Scoil Mhuire ages Smal, Blarney)

FAI Colleges & Universities Player of the Year:?Paul Rooney (Maynooth University)

SSE Airtricity League Player of the Year:?Daryl Horgan (Dundalk)

Hall of Fame:?Robbie Keane

Special Merit:?Dundalk FC

International Personality:?John Hartson

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