Dundalks Michael Duffy took home the Premier Award Player of the Year Prize at the PFAI Prize at Marker Hotel in Dublin tonight.
Derry born midfielder scored for the double winners in 2018, beat 13 goals and picked up two players a month in April and August.
He finished the year with his first Premier League medal in the League of Ireland, which has written for Dundalk from Celtic in the early 2017 season.
– PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) November 10, 2018
This week, Ireland's chief Martin Neill Duffy described as an "exceptionally talented player" and noted that "the paperwork was there" on his credibility of credibility from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland.
Duffy made 12 base matches for Northern Ireland and was named for his High Squad for a World Cup qualifier in 2016 but this year he said he would switch to the Republic.
Pick it out! Which goal from Michael Duffy. @DundalkFC lead Levadia Tallinn 2-1 at Oriel Park (3-1 on aggregate) and you will do very well to find a better finish somewhere in Europe tonight than this peach of a volley #RTEsoccer pic.twitter.com/ArDW8MxkAt
– RTÉ Sport (@RTEsport) July 19, 2018
This year's Young Players went to Duffys Dundalk team mate Jamie McGrath. The 22-year-old signed for the St Patrick's Athletic Championships at the end of 2016 and has become an increasingly influential presence since. UCD's Gary O & # 39; Neill won the first division of the year.
Not surprisingly, the Premier Division Manager of the Year Award went to Stephen Kenny once more. Dubliner led Dundalk to the second league and cup twice of his reign and a fourth league title of five years.
Stephen Kenny wins this year's boss @PFAIOfficial awards, using the platform to speak very eloquently about the homeless crisis, difficult to follow it ?
– Marie Crowe (@mariecrowe) November 10, 2018
UCD's Collie O & # 39; Neill took this year's first head of division, which led the students back to the Premier Division.
Áine O & # 39; Gorman, who resigned from international football this year after earning a century of hats, honored with a special performance prize.
Denise Sullivan, who won the American NWSL championship with the North Carolina Courage this year, won the International Women's Footballer of the Year award. Her international teammate Rianna Jarrett took home the continental tires women's national league player this year last night.