LADIES ALL-IRELAND winners Cork were among the 11 counties to receive All-Star nominations, as eight of their players were recognised for their achievements.
However, perhaps surprisingly, they did not receive the most nominations, with rivals Monaghan and Dublin getting ten and nine nods respectively.
The other counties nominated were Laois (six), Kerry (five), Meath (two), Kildare, Leitrim, Armagh, Cavan and Wexford.
Last month, Cork won a closely fought All-Ireland football final, defeating Monaghan by a scoreline of 2-7 to 0-11.
Here is the full list of nominees:
GOALKEEPERS: Irene Munnelly (Meath), Ciamh Dollard (Laois), Mary Rose Kelly (Wexford).
FULL BACKS: Gráinne McNally (Monaghan), Sinéad Goldrick (Dublin), Angela Walsh (Cork), Sharon Courtney (Monaghan), Aishling Leonard (Kerry), Gráinne Dunne (Laois), Deirdre O’Reilly (Cork), Christina Reilly (Monaghan), Gráinne O’Malley (Dublin)
HALF BACKS: Briege Corkery (Cork), Gemma Fay (Dublin), Fiona Mahon (Meath), Bríd Stack (Cork), Geraldine O’Flynn (Cork), Aoife McAnespie (Monaghan), Aisling Holton (Kildare), Alison Taylor (Laois), Sorcha Furlong (Dublin).
MIDFIELD: Juliet Murphy (Cork), Tracy Lawlor (Laois), Lorraine Scanlon (Kerry), Denise Masterson (Dublin), Cora Courtney (Monaghan), Amanda Casey (Monaghan).
HALF FORWARDS: Therese McNally (Monaghan), Noelle Healy (Dublin), Mary Kirwan (Laois), Lyndsey Davey (Dublin), Caroline O’Hanlon (Armagh), Catriona McConnell (Monaghan), Martina Dunne (Laois), Elaine Kelly (Dublin), Margaret O’Donoghue (Kerry).
FULL FORWARDS: Ciara McAnespie (Monaghan), Sinéad Aherne (Dublin), Amy O’Shea (Cork), Sarah Houlihan (Kerry), Aine Tighe (Leitrim), Caoimhe Mohan (Monaghan), Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh (Kerry), Rhona Ní Bhuachalla (Cork), Aisling Doonan (Cavan).