O'Callaghan and O'Shea voted PwC Footballers of the month for August and September

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The PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month Award winners were announced at PwCs offices in Dublin today.Dublins Con OCallaghan and Kerrys Sean OShea were rewarded in football respectively for their championship performances in August and September.

Uachtarn Cumann Lthchleas Gael John Horan and GPA Chief Executive Paul Flynn joined Feargal ORourke, PwC Managing Partner in making todays presentation.

Two goals by Con OCallaghan in 37thand 46thminutes of a sustained and clinical attacking performance from Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final all but ended Mayos championship hopes.

Meanwhile, Sean OShea has picked up a second PwC GAA/GPA award of the season after his free-scoring form has seen him pick up Septembers award with an inspirational contribution for Kerry across both All-Ireland final matches where he scored a combined 15 points.

Commenting on the announcement,Feargal ORourke, PwC Managing Partner,said;"Id like to congratulate both Con and Sean on their respective performances in the All Ireland championship.Both players are worthy winners of August & Septembers PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month Awards, having contributed massively to championship action.

Uachtarn Cumann Lthchleas Gael, John Horan,said;Congratulationsto our Player of the Month winners for August & September. The two players are a credit to their clubs and their counties and have exemplified the pride and passion which are central to our games.Many thanks on behalf of the GAA to Feargal and the PwC team for hosting todays event and all they do in the promotion of our games.

Speaking on behalf of theGPA, Chief Executive Paul Flynnadded;Congratulationsto both Con and Sean on winning their respective awards. Both players have been exceptional on the pitch throughout the championship and are deserving winners of the PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month Awards for August & September.

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