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Bernard Brogan
Perhaps the most naturally gifted forward in Gaelic Football, Brogan scored a remarkable 3-42 in Dublin's run to last year's All-Ireland semi-final. Capped a phenomenal season by earning an All-Star and being named the 2010 Footballer of the Year 122
Nicky English
Tipperary hurling legend - Winner of 2 All-Ireland medals and 6 All-Stars, as well as managing his county to Munster, All-Ireland and National League titles in 2001. Commonly acknowledged as one of the greatest hurlers to have ever played the game 118
Ken Doherty
On lifting the famous Crucible trophy in 1997, Ken became the first man to have won both the Amateur and Professional World Snooker Championships. With a total of 6 ranking event titles to his name, the affable Dubliner also won the World U21 Championship 108