Three-in-a-row champions Limerick unsurprisingly dominate the GAA/GPA PwC All-Star nominations, with 12 players from John Kiely's history-makers up for awards on 28 October.
Runners-up Kilkenny have eight players nominated, including hurler of the year nominee TJ Reid - who is up against Limerick defenders Diarmuid Byrnes and Barry Nash for the highest individual honour in the game.
There are also eight nominees from each of the beaten semi-finalists Galway and Clare.
Galway’s nominees include; Éanna Murphy in goals, Daithí Burke, Fintan Burke and Pádraic Mannion in defense, Tom Monaghan in midfield and Conor Whelan, Cathal Mannion and Joseph Cooney upfront.
Cork have three players recognised, there are two for Wexford and one each for Tipperary, Waterford, Dublin and Westmeath.
Westmeath centre-forward Killian Doyle is the first hurling nominee from the Lake County since 1986, when David Kilcoyne won their first and only All-Star to date.
Kilkenny breakout stars Eoin Cody and Mikey Butler, and Cork's Ciaran Joyce are nominated for young hurler of the year.