Dublin Bus/The Herald Dubs Stars football team 2013
Safe hands, quick feet. Ice-cube temperament.
Seán George (Ballymun Kickhams)
Pacey. Sees the ball early. Always on the front foot.
Robbie McDaid (Ballyboden St Enda's)
Tight marker. Excellent concentration.
Hugh Gill (St Vincent's)
Brings wisdom to jersey. Does his own job superbly but always available to spark an attack.
Alan Hubbard (Ballymun)
A footballer that lifts the tempo. Hubby has the get-up and go.
Chris Guckian (St Jude's)
Commanding presence. Reads the play. Doesn't give away the tea-bags.
Purposeful performer. Silky and speedy.
Davy Byrne (Ballymun Kickhams)
The midfielder's midfielder. Wins ball and gives it simply.
James McCarthy (Ballymun)
Carries such elegance as he moves through the fair. A majestic maestro.
Gavin Burke (St Vincent's)
Had the game of his life in the final on the Sunday. Power and panache.
Plays football with the Gods. Has a bigger bag of tricks than Tommy Cooper.
Dean Rock (Ballymun Kickhams)
Deano belongs in Carnegie Hall. A fabulous footballer. Class act.
Eugene Keating (St Sylvester's)
Can find a yard in Grafton Street on Christmas Eve. Knows where the post-box is.
Electric energy. Super Mac would give Bolt a run for his money.
Tomás Quinn (St Vincent's)
Magical Mossy, still producing the hits. A Dublin footballing icon.
Seán Currie (Ballymun Kickhams): Assured presence. Made one of the saves of the season from Ruairi Trainor in the Sunday final.
Jarlath Curley (St Vincent's): Positive on the ball. Intelligent defender.
Gavin McArdle (St Sylvester's): Quality, inventive player. Brings zest to the job.
Ross McConnell (St Oliver Plunkett's/ER): Back fielding with the Lords of the Ring. And showing his undoubted calibre.
Ryan Basquel (Ballyboden St Enda's): Busy, bustling forward. Hit some memorable scores.
Ciarán Dorney (St Vincent's): Crisp finisher. Always ready to seize on the crumbs of a mince-pie.
Mark Vaughan (Kilmacud Crokes): A show-stopper. So many times the MVP. Great to see him back on the big stage.