Our sports editor, Caoimhín Reilly, has put together a list of stars on the local sports scene and we want to know who you think deserves the accolade.
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Daniel Finley (Louth Mavericks) - Finley was awarded the MVP as the Mavs secured the title with victory on the Mill Road on Sunday.
Seán Murray (Dundalk Gaels) - There didn't seem to be too many willing to take on the responsibility to have a pot at goal for the Gaels in the closing minutes of Sunday's game with the O'Mahony's. That was until Murray stepped up to slot over, rescuing a draw in dramatic style...
Jim McEneaney (Geraldines) - Jim Mac shaded the duel with St. Joes' Alan Quigley in Dowdallshill on Sunday evening to ensure the Gers remained in the Senior Football Championship.
Jack O'Keefe (Dundalk U19) - O'Keefe was in fine goal-scoring form last week. Having registered in the previous weekends' win over Cavan/Monaghan, the forward bagged a spectacular brace in Dundalk's Enda McGuill Cup semi-final win over Cobh.
David Yore (Naomh Moninne) - Like Murray, Yore wasn't overly influential until his late salvo saved the day for Moninne against Pearse Óg in the Louth SHC. The corner-forward scored two goals in a minute, with the second being of the highest order.
Tom MacGuinness (Endurance Racing) - 66-year-old Tom McGuinness defied his years to finish 11th from a field of over 70 at the FEI European Championships in Belgium recently. His trek totalled 160km.
Caolan Rafferty (Dundalk Golf Club) - Rafferty took four-points from five available as Ireland reclaimed the Home Internationals Cup. Plus, it was his first appearance in an Irish team.
Tiarnan Mulvenna (Muirhevna Mor) - The former Dundalk man scored the opener as Muirhevna Mor got their NEFL title defence off to a winning start against Kingscourt Harps on Friday night.
Robbie Benson (Dundalk FC) - Benson netted twice in Dundalk's 4-0 victory over Derry City on Sunday.
Muhammad Zahid (Dundalk Cricket Club) - Zahid helped Dundalk to a great victory over Clondalkin on Saturday, scoring 70 not out as Dundalk prevailed by nine wickets.