Four Men Shortlisted For Irish Players’ Player Of The Year Award
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Four players have been nominated for the prestigious Rugby Players Ireland Players’ Player of the Year Award.
Munster’s Conor Murray and Keith Earls, Leinster playmaker Johnny Sexton and tighthead prop Tadhg Furlong have all been shortlisted for the 2018 award.
The award has been won by Munster players for the last three years in-a-row, with Conor Murray winning the most recent one in 2017.
There’s no place for Six Nations Player of the Championship Jacob Stockdale. But the Ulster winger has been nominated for the Nevin Spence Young Player of the Year award alongside Jordan Larmour and James Ryan.
The @zurichireland Players’ Player of the Year 2018 nominees are: @JohnnySexton @KEITHEARLS87 @tadhgfurlong & @ConorMurray_9 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #RugbyAwards18 pic.twitter.com/3WkaBLhvga
— RugbyPlayersIreland (@RugbyPlayersIRE) April 23, 2018