TWO Tyrone players have been shortlisted for the Fermanagh and Western League Player of the Year.
Strathroy Harps’ Adrian McCaffrey and Killen goalkeeper, David Ward along with Lisbellaw United’s Kyle McCleery are in the running for the top individual gong.
Lee Frazer, Mountjoy United, Micheal McMenamin, Dunbreen Rovers and Eamon McGrath, Glebe United have been shortlisted for the Division Two honour while Nathan Quigley, Ardstraw Reserves and Andrew Elliott, Orchard Farm have been nominated for the Division Three accolade.
Champions Strathroy Harps have six players nominated for the Division One Team of the Year.
The referee shortlist includes John Coyle, Damien Love and Nicky Noble.
David Ward (Killen Rangers), Kyle McCleery (Lisbellaw United), Adrian McCaffrey (Strathroy Harps).
Eamon McGrath (Glebe United), Lee Frazer (Mountjoy United), Michael McMenamin (Dunbreen Rovers)
Nathan Quigley (Ardstraw Reserves), Gavin McGinn (Enniskillen Galaxy), Andrew Elliott (Orchard Farm).
Jordan Newell (Beragh Swifts), Marc Flanagan (Killen Rangers), Joseph Williamson (Magheraveely).
John Coyle (Castlederg), Damian Love (Enniskillen), Nicky Noble (Kesh).
Pat Greene (Brookeborough), Liam Shannon (Ballinamallard).
Goalkeepers: Jordan Newell (Beragh Swifts), David Ward (Killen Rangers), Gerry Grew (Magheraveely).
Defenders: Marc Flanagan (Killen Rangers), Darren Long (Killen Rangers), Raymond Carroll (Lisbellaw United), Matthew Irwin (Magheraveely), Jonathan O’Malley (Magheraveely), Brendan Boyle (Strathroy Harps), Gareth McCrory (Strathroy Harps), Sean McCrory (Strathroy Harps).
Midfielders: Graham Young (Killen Rangers), Kyle McCleery (Lisbellaw United), Joseph Williamson (Magheraveely), Damon Teague (Strathroy Harps), Kevin Sloan (Strathroy Harps), Blain Campbell (Tummery Athletic).
Forwards: Stephen Browne (Beragh Swifts), Frank Wallace (Enniskillen Town United), Tiarnan Magee (Lisbellaw United), Lee Walker (NFC Kesh), Mark Jones NFC Kesh), Adrian McCaffrey (Strathroy Harps).
Posted: 3:38 pm May 9, 2017
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