DONEGAL CAPTAIN Michael Murphy has won this third All-Star Award.
Murphy was this evening named among the 2019 PwC GAA-GPA All-Stars.
The team was announced tonight at a banquet in the Convention Centre in Dublin.
Murphy was previously an All-Star in 2012, when Donegal won the All-Ireland, and in 2014, when they lost in the final to Kerry.
The Glenswilly man was named at number 12 in the selection.
It was another stellar summer for Murphy, who captained Donegal to Ulster SFC glory and to the Division 2 League title.
Murphy is the only Donegal selection with Ryan McHugh, Shaun Patton, Stephen McMenamin, Jamie Brennan and Patrick McBrearty were also nominated.
Dublin, the All-Ireland champions, bagged seven All-Star awards with the selection including four from Kerry, two from Tyrone and one apiece from Mayo and Donegal.
2019 PwC GAA-GPA Football All-Stars: Stephen Cluxton (Dublin); Michael Fitzsimons (Dublin), Ronan McName (Tyrone), Tom O’Sullivan (Kerry); Patrick Durcan (Mayo), Brian Howard (Dublin), Jack McCaffrey (Dublin); Brian Fenton (Dublin), David Moran (Kerry); Paul Mannion (Dublin), Sean O’Shea (Kerry), Michael Murphy (Donegal); David Clifford (Kerry), Cathal McShane (Tyrone), Con O’Callaghan (Dublin).