Darragh Ó Sé's Team of the Year Dublin may have claimed the All-Ireland title, but which players had the greatest influence on this year’s championship? Tue 22 Sep 2015 Stephen Cluxton lifts the Sam Maguire trophy. But did the Dublin goalkeeper make Darragh Ó Sé's All Star selection? 1. Brendan Kealy (Kerry) Not many candidates here, with Cluxton having a rocky few games. Kealy pulled off good saves against Tyrone and Dublin and had a fine year after losing his spot last season. 2. Shane Enright (Kerry) Got the big jobs and wasn’t found wanting any day. Put Brian Hurley in his pocket and kept a tight rein on Bernard Brogan in the final. 3. Rory O’Carroll (Dublin) Can thank Cian O’Sullivan for the protection in front of him but saw off all challengers. A strong, physical defender. 4. Philly McMahon (Dublin) Great year. Like him or loathe him, he was one of Dublin’s best players. He influences games, which you can’t always say about a corner-back. 5. James McCarthy (Dublin) Imposing, aggressive, always looking to boss games from wing-back. One of those guys Dublin don’t have to worry about. 6. Lee Keegan (Mayo) So consistent. Athletic, mobile, great tackler. As usual, he got forward for crucial scores, such as his goal against Donegal, as well. 7. Jack McCaffrey (Dublin) The pace he has gives him a responsibility that others don’t have because his ball skills need to match it. Had a big year after an indifferent one in 2014. 8. Brian Fenton (Dublin) Faced down David Moran in his first All-Ireland final by getting on the front foot and scoring an early point. Spunky enough and a big find for Dublin. 9. Anthony Maher (Kerry) Had a decent final and was good throughout the season. Pretty under-rated but rarely made a mistake and got through a show of work. 10. Diarmuid O’Connor (Mayo) Looks a bit unorthodox and raw but improved leaps and bounds as the year wore on. Hard to leave Diarmuid Connolly out but two poor semi-final displays cost him. 11. Ciarán Kilkenny (Dublin) Came back from a horrible injury to have his best year yet. Very accurate kicker who always backs himself. 12. Donnchadh Walsh (Kerry) Kerry’s best player all year. His work-rate is clear for all to see but his value to the team is huge. Very competent in front of goal and never lets himself down. 13. Conor McManus (Monaghan) A no-brainer. Had a super year scoring points he had no right to. Great battle with Neil McGee in the Ulster final was the highlight. 14. Aidan O’Shea (Mayo) Everything good about Mayo came through him. Took the blows from all around him and carried a lot of the burden. 15. Bernard Brogan (Dublin) Didn’t have a great final but did as much to anyone to get Dublin there. Crucial to Dublin because they feed off his finishing abilities. So sharp all summer.